Microsoft exec raised in the slums of Philippines to lead UVU
Astrid S. Tuminez, who was raised in poverty in the Philippines and went on to earn graduate degrees at Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, has been selected the next president of Utah Valley University.
SportsHealthy Derrick Favors provides bigger advantage for Jazz this postseason
Favors returns to Vivint Arena Saturday for Game 3 after logging a new career playoff high in OKC.
UtahHere’s what John Muir — the father of national parks —thought about early Utah
Conservationist, explorer, author and environmental philosopher John Muir was born nearly two centuries ago on April 21, 1838. Here's a look at what Muir had to say about his brief time in Utah.
EntertainmentThe State Room is opening a bigger venue in South Salt Lake
The 700-capacity venue opens May 5 with a free show and has a diverse lineup of performers.
Reverent silence marks the largest gathering ever of Mormon faithful in Thailand
Greeted by reverent silence as he entered the Queen Sirikit Conference Center in Thailand, LDS President Russell M. Nelson's ministering visit marked the largest gathering ever of Latter-day Saints in the country.
Utah students rally for gun reform on anniversary of Columbine shooting
More than 200 students in Salt Lake City chose the 19th anniversary of the Columbine High School massacre to say they're not giving up the fight for gun reform during a rally held at the state Capitol Friday.