FLDS leader Lyle Jeffs sent to prison in food stamps scheme
A federal judge sentenced a former Fundamentalist LDS Church leader Lyle Steed Jeffs to 57 months in prison Wednesday for food stamp fraud and failing to appear in court.
Sports Utah Jazz rookie Donovan Mitchell is marketing gold
The rookie guard is drawing raves from national publications — and from people in Utah, hungry for stars.
Entertainment 24 ugly Christmas sweaters to celebrate the season
Check out these 24 ugly Christmas sweaters available on Amazon.
Entertainment 'Last Jedi' is action-wrapped Christmas present for diehard Star Wars fans
“Star Wars: The Last Jedi” packs enough action and surprises to keep fans happy.
Gov. Gary Herbert unveils $16.7 billion budget proposal for Utah
Gov. Gary Herbert unveiled his proposed $16.7 billion budget for fiscal-year 2019 at the Davis Applied Technology Center in Kaysville on Wednesday.
Arts give inmates, offenders 'redemption and second chances'
Outreach programs like Ballet West’s Forward Steps are bringing the arts to Utah’s correctional facilities.