My brother and I had a great idea — we would write a more concise biography on William Gimbert Saunders, our great-great-grandfather on our father's mother's line. But we found there already... Read more »
The White House said Monday that President Barack Obama wasn't offended by comedian Larry Wilmore's use of a racial slur at Saturday night's White House Correspondents' Association dinner. Read more »
A West Jordan man accused of shooting and killing a police K-9 last week in Millcreek died Monday from injuries he suffered during the ensuing shootout with police. Read more »
Soon students will trade in textbooks for diplomas, along with a lot of debt also. The daunting task of paying off student loans, which total about $1.2 trillion in America, tests whether students'... Read more »
The weekend windstorm knocked out power to about 39,000 Rocky Mountain Power customers in Weber and Davis counties, including more than 2,000 who were still in the dark Monday afternoon. Read more »
Given the nature of his ACL injury, along with a compressed timetable, BYU libero Erik Sikes should only now be rounding into the prime form he's shown throughout the 2016 season. Read more »
A man who has been deported from the United States twice before was arrested Thursday in Salt Lake, the federal authorities announced. Read more »
“The Restoration of the fullness of the gospel of Jesus Christ in the latter days has been foreseen and predicted by prophets throughout history,” said Elder Richard J. Maynes during a... Read more »
Three Bluffdale homes were damaged after a canal overflowed Monday evening, according to fire officials. Read more »
Sandra Jolley, a member of the LDS Church in Las Vegas, was recently appointed to the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom by Nevada Sen. Harry Reid. Read more »
Not all the causes of income inequality are economic in nature. New research is helping us understand and deal with some of the social factors that can help reduce the equality gap. Read more »
Lois M. Collins: Food for thought: How hunger and social policy sometimes get tangled, misunderstood
You can view individuals with certain really difficult but largely unseen challenges as starfish on a beach; it turns out that tossing them back into the ocean so they can thrive may not be such a... Read more »
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