LDS Church trying to assess impact of 7.1 quake in Mexico
The LDS Church continues to assess the status of its members, missionaries and facilities in central Mexico after Tuesday afternoon's 7.1-magnitude earthquake in Puebla, about 100 miles from that nation's capital.
Sports Breaking down the Pac-12 as Utes open conference play
A look at the conference entering Utah's opener in Tucson.
InDepth 7 words you should never say to a cancer patient — and 2 you should
Flowers and casseroles have their place, but helping someone undergoing treatment for cancer or another serious illness sometimes requires a little more creativity.
Faith President Eyring installs President Eyring at BYU-Idaho
President Henry B. Eyring of the LDS Church's First Presidency installed his son Henry J. Eyring as president of BYU-Idaho on Tuesday. The son called his father "the real President Eyring" during a news conference on Tuesday, the son's birthday.
Utah lawmakers tour Rio Grande shelter, discuss proposed 'safe space'
A day before the Utah Legislature was slated to consider a change to state law to allow the long-term road closure on Rio Grande Street to create a "safe space" for those seeking homeless services, lawmakers toured the Road Home shelter.
Startling human trafficking case whittled down to 1 charge
A case that began with startling allegations of human trafficking was whittled down to a plea of no contest for a single count of attempted forcible sexual abuse.