A century and a half ago, America paid its post-Civil War respects to assassinated President Abraham Lincoln, who was credited for not only saving a nation but a race as well. He in turn redirected... Read more »
The Utah Transit Authority held the first of a two-day Terrorism Drill Sunday as Woods Cross Transit agency teams with medical, police, fire and other emergency responders practice techniques in... Read more »
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Police shot and killed a man Sunday that they say was wiedling a handgun and acting erratically near the Uintah Basin Medical Center. Read more »
Utahns in baseball: Ex-Utah pitcher Tyler Wagner shows off his power, as does BYU alum Jacob Hannemann in Double-A debut
Utah alum Tyler Wagner homers after a fluke misplay by the opposing outfielder, BYU alum Adam Miller dominates in first week as a closer, and Jacob Hannemann makes a solid first impression in... Read more »
The quality and reliability of online content is a concept even adults struggle with at times, but it’s a conversation experts say is crucial for parents to have with their children. Read more »
In an effort to try and educate the "whole student," local universities are finding ways to address the spiritual needs of students in addition to their academic ones. Read more »
One man was killed after being hit by a car on I-215 Sunday morning Read more »
I don't know who Jeffrey Benjamin is. No one does. But I own part of his famous "desktop collection," and it has changed my life. Read more »
Elvis Summers was tired of seeing homeless people in his Los Angeles neighborhood. So when a 60-year-old homeless woman nicknamed "Smokie" knocked on his door one day, asking for recyclables she... Read more »
JoAnn Seghini has served as a city councilwoman and mayor in her hometown since 1986. Read more »
Sen. Orrin Hatch: Misrepresentation against Religious Freedom Restoration Act will not help cause of equality
RFRA is the opposite of what its critics today claim it to be. RFRA does not pick winners and losers or automatically permit anyone to do anything. Read more »
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