Why Utah Rep. Chris Stewart is the 'lone man in the wilderness' opposing marijuana banking bill
Rep. Chris Stewart wants to limit the SAFE Banking Act to financial institutions that serve businesses in the medical marijuana, not recreational marijuana, industry.
Sports3 storylines from the Utah Jazz's workout Saturday as the NBA draft approaches
The Utah Jazz have auditioned nearly 80 players ahead of the June 20 draft. On Saturday, that included three who are widely seen as potential first-round picks, Ogden native Brekkott Chapman and the younger brother of NBA free agent Tobias Harris.
SportsSee the 2019 high school baseball classification MVPs
This year's MVPs as picked by the Deseret News are Pleasant Grove's Payton Norman, Cottonwood's Porter Hodge, Desert Hills' Drew Thorpe, Richfield's Emmitt Hafen and Milford's Bryson Barnes.
OpinionIn our opinion: Access to internet for rural America is moving at the speed of dial-up
Rural Americans still lag behind their urban and suburban counterparts when it comes to internet access, including cellphone and high-speed data coverage. Congress should speed things up.
These people want you to be ashamed of flying. Should you change your vacation plans?
A Swedish movement to reduce air travel is getting worldwide attention as the summer vacation season begins. What's the most ethical way to travel, and could 'flight shame' become a thing here?
Downtown Salt Lake bookstore closing after eviction notice
Downtown Salt Lake City may be losing two of its iconic bookstores as Eborn Books faces eviction and Ken Sanders Rare Books is in a "state of uncertainty" after building sold.