Report: Utah prison population down, returning parolees up
Utah’s prison population has dropped the past two years, but the number of people on parole and probation returning for various crimes and violations sharply increased, a new state report shows.
Sports Jazz players talk about Hayward before taking on Celtics
Jazz forward Joe Ingles said he ate dinner with Hayward last night in Boston.
Entertainment 14 gift book ideas to help you finish your holiday shopping
Struggling to think of presents for everyone on your Christmas list? Check out our gift book recommendations to see if any of them will suit your friends or family.
Opinion In our opinion: Mormon bishop interviews are not 'invitations' for abuse
The relationship between local Latter-day Saint leaders and youths is not an "invitation" for abuse.
UHP hopes holiday DUI patrols prevent more tragedies
Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over law enforcement campaign starts Friday, increasing DUI patrols across the state and preventing tragedies during the holidays.
The surprising number of women report gender discrimination at work
More than 40 percent of working women believe they have been discriminated against at work, a new report says. Could hidden biases be contributing to the problem?
Mixed reviews on Jazz's City Edition jersey; Devontae Booker takes flight
Krystkowiak not sorry he paused BYU-Utah rivalry, but civility actually might prevail
Utah Jazz introduces logo for new video game team
A timeline of new BYU offensive coordinator Jeff Grimes' career
Rise & Shout Podcast: The basketball rivalry is back
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