Utah's dentist workforce 'overwhelmingly male,' study states
Nationally, nearly 30 percent of dentists are female compared with only 4 percent in Utah, according to a new study by the Utah Medical Education Council.
Sports Jazz, Snyder figuring out how to play with Gobert, Favors on court
Since Rudy Gobert returned to the lineup last week after sitting out 11 games with an injury, the Jazz have been trying to figure the best way to play him and Derrick Favors together.
Family Rasmusen Herbert: Our family's top 6 Christmas outings
For me, it’s not necessarily about what we’re doing, but that we’re all doing it together, in a spirit of joy and love.
Faith LDS Church donates another $5 million in 2017 for refugee resettlement
For a second straight year, the LDS Church has donated $5 million worth of aid to the nine voluntary refugee resettlement agencies in the United States.
Waiting for Hatch: Is he indecisive or keeping foes at bay?
Some say the Utah senator's decision to wait until the end of the year to announce whether he will seek an eighth term is preventing potential candidates from raising money and "hasn't been good for the public discourse."
Count of Utah's homeless yields slightly higher total than 2016
The number of Utahns who are homeless on any given night has increased by 1.6 percent this year compared to 2016, according to data released this week.