LDS Church trying to assess impact of Mexico earthquake
The LDS Church continues to assess the status of its members, missionaries and facilities in central Mexico after Tuesday afternoon's 7.1-magnitude earthquake in Puebla, about 100 miles from that nation's capital.
Sports Utes set to kick off conference slate Friday at Arizona
A look at the conference entering Utah's opener in Tucson.
Entertainment 5 movies that will hit the big screen this fall — but have you read the book?
Check out these five books before they hit the big screen this fall.
Faith President Eyring installs President Eyring at BYU-Idaho
President Henry B. Eyring of the LDS Church's First Presidency installed his son Henry J. Eyring as president of BYU-Idaho this afternoon. Elder Dallin H. Oaks of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles and other leaders were in attendance.
Lawmakers tour Rio Grande shelter, discuss ’safe space’ before special session
A day before the Utah Legislature was slated to consider a change to state law to allow the long-term road closure on Rio Grande Street to create a "safe space" for those seeking homeless services, lawmakers toured the Road Home shelter.
Huntsman faces few tough questions in confirmation hearing
Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman Jr. outlined his plan Tuesday for the U.S. embassy in Moscow should he be confirmed ambassador to Russia, recognizing the job would be a tough one.