Utah's overdose deaths fall 12% despite nationwide surge
New estimates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show that Utah's drug overdose deaths fell amid a nationwide increase, which experts credit to a coordinated effort to crack down on prescription drugs and reverse fatal overdoses.
SportsBrad Rock: How USU's Matt Wells can get to a safe place
Aggie coach has taken his team to a record bowl streak, but his win-loss record is modest. This is a pivotal season in his career.
Opinion12 political cartoons about Trump's attack on the press and this week's other top stories
A string of stories surrounding the White House provided plenty of content for political cartoonists this week.
Utah'His eyes were pinned on me': Mountain lion stalks, injures Utah bow hunter
A man and his dog are on the trail of a mountain lion Saturday after it stalked a father and son bow hunting. The mountain lion attacked the father, leaving superficial injuries to his chest and leg.
Utah 2018 wildfires destroy the most structures in past 15 years
The destructive Dollar Ridge Fire takes most of the blame, consuming 363 structures, 75 of which were residences, since it started in early July.
Name changes underway at Latter-day Saint websites, social media accounts
Some Latter-day Saint influencers immediately changed the names of their Facebook pages and Twitter accounts after President Russell M. Nelson asked that people no longer use the terms Mormon, LDS or LDS Church to refer to The Church of Jesus Christ.