Meeting turns up heat on water, canyon development
A legislative meeting that looked at recommendations of the Quality Growth Commission on the issue of Salt Lake City's control of the watershed grew heated Thursday, leading to questions over the role of the commission and what lawmakers will do now.
Sports BYU-ECU pits one of worst offenses in nation vs. one of worst defenses
With a pair of desperate, one-win teams meeting at Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium Saturday, the BYU-East Carolina game may resemble two one-armed men punching at the wind.
Entertainment 17 'best worst movies' from our readers
We asked Deseret News readers what their favorite "best worst movie" is. Here is what they had to say.
Faith Due to plague outbreak, LDS missionaries transferred out of Madagascar
LDS missionaries are being moved out of Madagascar following an outbreak of the plague.
$40 M needed to ready Olympic venues for new bid may not be repaid
GOP legislative leaders pledged Thursday the state will come up with the nearly $40 million needed to ready Utah's Olympic venues for another bid, money that may not be repaid to taxpayers if Salt Lake gets another Winter Games.
Ex-Salt Lake County Recorder Gary Ott dies, family confirms
Four years after he was diagnosed with a progressive form of dementia, former Salt Lake County Recorder Gary Ott died at 4 a.m. Thursday, his brother told the Deseret News.