U.S. women end Olympic medal drought in cross-country
The U.S. women's cross country team of Jessie Diggins and Kikkan Randall won gold in the team sprints Wednesday night. It's the first cross-country Olympic medal for the U.S. since 1976.
SportsIt was 25 years ago today that the NBA All-Star Game came to Utah
The NBA All-Star Game made its only appearance in Salt Lake City 25 years ago with Utah Jazz stars John Stockton and Karl Malone sharing MVP honors. The Jazz have recently talked about bidding for the 2022 or 2023 All-Star Game.
EntertainmentWhat's the best restaurant in Salt Lake City, Park City and Utah?
On Tuesday night, Salt Lake Magazine announced the 2018 Dining Awards at the Dining Awards event at the Falls Event Center in Salt Lake's Trolley Square.
FaithWhat Billy Graham taught us about a healthy relationship between religion and politics
Billy Graham, who prayed with presidents and met world leaders, died on Feb. 21, 2018.
Utah House panel advances bill to end death penalty
Rep. Gage Froerer, R-Huntsville, with the backing of Speaker Greg Hughes, R-Draper, is sponsoring legislation to do away with capital punishment. HB379 would ban the state from seeking the death penalty for aggravated murder committed after May 7, 2018. It would not affect the nine men on Utah's death row now.
Why Intermountain Healthcare says it's best to outsource billing to a company with a checkered past
It might mean $70 million in savings that Intermountain Healthcare can pass on to patients. It might mean hundreds of new jobs for Utahns. Or it might, from the perspective of outgoing Intermountain employees, be a “kick in the teeth.”