US government shuts down; Dems, GOP blame each other
The federal government shut down at the stroke of midnight Friday, halting all but the most essential operations and marring the one-year anniversary of President Donald Trump's inauguration in a striking display of Washington dysfunction.
Sports Tim Hardaway Jr. leads Knicks past Jazz in Rudy Gobert's return
2 former Jazz players and 2 current stars are good with Utah, writes Brad Rock
- Trey Burke displays new maturity, and hairdo, in return to Utah
Entertainment 12 Sundance screenings coming to Salt Lake
Mopey Greeks, a bloodthirsty Nic Cage and other Sundance cinematic delights will be showing in Salt Lake this month.
Faith Plague outbreak over, Mormon missionaries return to Madagascar
Three months after LDS Church leaders removed missionaries from the island nation, 12 missionaries are returning because they outbreak has subsided. Sixteen more missionaries are headed for Puerto Rico as conditions improve there.
'Evil came knocking on my door' father says of teen who raped, killed 12-year-old girl
Jayden Sterzer was 15 years old when he asked 12-year-old Kailey Vijil to help find his lost cat, luring her away to rape and murder her. He was sentenced to a secure youth facility Friday, and will eventually be sentenced to prison.
Diversity, education key issues for Utah's tech industry
Utah's experts at disruptive technology aren't afraid to apply the approach to confronting issues that could hamper growth of Utah's tech sector. Day 2 of the Tech Summit explored how to address diversity and tech education challenges.