UPS to hire 1,700 for new local packaging hub
This week, UPS announced the global shipping company is launching an effort to hire more than 1,700 permanent employees for its massive new facility at 380 S. 6400 West in Salt Lake City's northwest quadrant.
SportsLinks: JJ Watt, Kealia Ohai take pictures with young fans; Saturday spring football in SLC?
Houston Texans star J.J. Watt was in the Salt Lake City area Saturday to watch his girlfriend, former Alta High star Kealia Ohai, play for the Houston Dash against the Utah Royals FC.
UtahThe story behind the meeting between the LDS Church and NAACP
For over a century, the LDS Church and the NAACP had virtually no relationship; that all changed during a historic week in Salt Lake City.
FaithChurch News: President Eyring rededicates Jordan River Utah Temple
Asked to preside over the Jordan River Utah Temple rededication and to pen its rededicatory prayer, President Henry B. Eyring studied closely the original dedicatory prayer offered in 1981.
Women remain minority when it comes to bike commuting
Although the popularity of bike commuting is increasing nationwide, women made up only about 28 percent of bicycle trips in 2014, according to the League of American Bicyclists.
Some teachers, entertainers 'bagging' phones to prevent distractions, recordings
Concert venues and comedy clubs have been overwhelmed for years by a sea of smartphones, and classrooms have been battling against the distraction. Increasingly, however, teachers and entertainers have been resorting to "bagging" the phones.
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The real reason your Utah family is helping drive the economy
You may have never heard of this religious freedom hero, but you will. Here's why
SCOTUS allowed states to legalize sports betting. What's next?
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