When they aren't practicing, traveling or studying, BYU athletes often end up dating each other.
It may not feel like it, but the majority of Utah remains in moderate to severe drought. Rainfall has been in excess of four times what is normal in some areas of the state, but the extra moisture... Read more »
The BYU Museum of Art has acquired "The Mocking of Christ," a work by Danish painter Carl Bloch. The painting is on mahogany and depicts a soldier pushing a crown of thorns into Christ's head. Read more »
Teams from several companies competed in building houses or similar structures using a variety of cans. Complete Restoration hosted the Canned-Goods Construction competition. Read more »
An 8-year-old Orem boy has something pretty awesome to show off at show-and-tell. He received a letter and photo signed and sent to him by President Barack Obama. Read more »
Some Utah County residents are calling for change at the intersection of 11800 South and Highland Drive after a mother and daughter were critically injured in a crash Monday night. Read more »
High school graduations are in full swing this week and Utah County Sheriff Jim Tracy Tuesday says he has a seat reserved for any adult who provides alcohol to a teenager. Read more »
Musa Francis Ecweru, Uganda state minister for relief, disaster preparedness and refugees, will speak at Utah Valley University next week. Read more »
Garrett Gee is an unlikely technology entrepreneur. The 26-year old BYU student parlayed his first mobile app design into a multimillion-dollar company that has provided his young family with... Read more »
A man received serious injuries after he was thrown from the horse was riding on Sunday afternoon. The accident happened at the rodeo grounds in Cedar Fort, according to the Utah County Sheriff's... Read more »
More than 50 people marched through downtown Provo to ask residents that they keep an eye out for 26-year-old Elizabeth Elena Laguna-Salgado, missing since last month. Read more »
An 8-foot bronze statue of a father and mother holding an infant was placed in Lehi's Infant Cemetery Saturday, just in time for Memorial Day. Read more »
Four people suspected in a series of burglaries were arrested this week and an enormous trove of personal belongings were recovered from a hotel in Salt Lake City, police said. Read more »
For the third year in a row, Utah Valley University is offering a free online math refresher course. Read more »
A year ago a Provo woman was found dead inside her home, but no arrests have been made. Her son, who found her body, is pleading for anyone with information to come forward. Read more »
On May 29, BYU's Department of Theatre and Media Arts will premiere "Princess Academy," a new play adapted from Shannon Hale's best-selling novel of the same name. Read more »
Utah's population grew by more than 40,000 people from July 2013 to July 2014, with a five-year growth rate that ranks fourth in the nation, according to estimates released by the U.S. Census... Read more »
Leonard Andrews, a computer programer who works just a short distance from one of five proposed prison sites, wasn't impressed Thursday by a display intended to show how a new facility would blend... Read more »
A family is trying to spread the word about bicycle safety after suffering a tragedy, in hopes of preventing another. Read more »
Two people arrested for a "skimming" scam in Sandy are now being investigated for possible connections to similar crimes in Orem, police say. Read more »
An Eagle Mountain man has pleaded guilty to leading officers on a frantic chase through Utah County in a stolen police vehicle. Read more »
117 Utah veterans of the Korean War were named “Ambassadors for Peace” by the South Korean government on Thursday in a ceremony at the Central Utah Veterans Home in Payson. Read more »
A Utah State Prison inmate died Sunday after a medical contractor responsible for performing his dialysis treatment failed to show up on Friday and Saturday. Ramon Estrada, 62, died from apparent... Read more »
Two more potential sites for the Utah State Prison were approved Friday by the Legislature's Prison Relocation Commission, now part of a political battle between the governor and the House speaker. Read more »
Emily Jones-Sanchez, who lost her husband in a caving incident at Nutty Putty Cave in 2009, tells of her experiences and the faith, gratitude and blessings that have shaped her life for the past... Read more »
With five new artisan chocolate businesses slated to get underway some are predicting that Utah could become the center of the nation's chocolate world. Read more »
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When they aren't practicing, traveling or studying, BYU athletes often end up dating each other, and they sometimes get married. Read more »
Will the country follow the path created by landmark Supreme Court civil rights decisions Brown v. Board of Education and Loving v. Virginia, or react as it did to Roe v. Wade? All three cases... Read more »
Utah lawmakers found a compromise between anti-discrimination and religious freedom earlier this year, but left the sticky questions of public accommodations for another day. Read more »
The moisture from May rainstorms helped compensate for June's relentless heat, according to a new climate and water report. Read more »
A former Provo High School teacher and athletic trainer has pleaded guilty to having sex with a female student he taught and worked with. Read more »
The Stadium of Fire, now in its 35th year, has grown to become one of the United State's premier patriotic celebrations, attracting more than 40,000 people and televised live to more than 1... Read more »
Lehi building inspectors determined Monday that loose bolts caused a deck to collapse over the weekend, injuring four people. Read more »
The U.S. Senate on Tuesday began deliberating over a bill to replace the embattled federal education law known as No Child Left Behind, and Utah educators hope it will lead to greater local control. Read more »
If we pretend the prisoners do not exist while they are incarcerated — or that we would prefer they didn’t — we have no one to blame but ourselves when offender outcomes continue... Read more »
A pink hot air balloon in the shape of a pig went down in Provo Thursday morning following a midair collision with another balloon. Read more »
A 3-year-old boy died after being hit by an SUV Wednesday night in Mapleton. Read more »
A woman is expected to survive after tumbling about 150 feet in a hiking accident Thursday on Mt. Timpanogos. Read more »
Sister missionaries of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints were relocated from one residence hall at the Provo Missionary Training Center after a bat was discovered in one of the rooms. Read more »
A Pleasant Grove family is filled with gratitude their 12-year-old boy survived a shark bite in South Carolina this week with nothing to show for it other than a few stitches and a gripping story... Read more »
The National Safety Council estimates more than 400 people will die on America's roads this Independence Day weekend, and about 49,500 will be injured. Those are the highest numbers since 2008. Read more »
Utah County skies were a bit more colorful Wednesday morning as hot air balloons were prepared for the 31st annual Balloon Festival, part of America's Freedom Festival at Provo. July... Read more »
The Utah County Attorney's Office has determined that Roosevelt Police Lt. Pete Butcher was legally justified in shooting Kevin Vance Norton during a May 3 standoff. Norton died from a shotgun... Read more »
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