BYU exhibition gives the human side of those hard-to-watch news stories
BYU Museum of Art curator Kenneth Hartvigsen knew two years ago he wanted to curate an exhibit as a response to the plight of refugees. Now, that goal has come to fruition in a three-part exhibit.
UtahFuture of Utah's tech commercialization agency hazy after cuts, criticisms
After 13 years of ups and downs, including some tough audit outcomes and a complete revamp a couple of years ago, the fate of the Utah Science Technology and Research initiative is in the hands of state legislators.
SportsGobert's strong defensive campaign fueled by charitable challenge
In October, Gobert launched his Rudy's Kids Foundation. Instead of promoting it with a standard press conference or media-friendly event, he took a unique approach.
OpinionIn our opinion: Get up, get out and vote on Tuesday
National races are exciting, but local elected officials have more bearing on the everyday life of Utahns.
From van to apartment: Utah family of 7 shares desperate struggle for a home
Statewide counting efforts indicate more than 2,800 Utahns are homeless, more than a third of which are families with children. This story chronicles one such family's desperate struggle over the past several months for a place to call their own.
What new census estimates say about Utah's diversity
Racial minorities in the Beehive State continue to drive much of its population growth, according to newly released estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau.
Evensen: Utahns need to be paying much more for water
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Boyd Matheson: We face a crisis of trust
Harmon: Determined Cougars preparing for redemption
In our opinion: Krauthammer's passing leaves a deep void in the landscape of political discourse
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