Utah developers revamp proposal for Cottonwood Mall site
After some contentious debate regarding the proposed redevelopment of the former Cottonwood Mall site, a new plan is being put forth by two local real estate developers hoping to create a "legacy" project.
SportsUtes tame Tigers quickly, advance to NIT quarterfinals
Utah is just one win away from a trip to New York and Madison Square Garden.
EntertainmentHandel's 'Messiah,' egg hunts and other Easter celebrations
Easter is almost here, and many events in the Beehive State are taking place to celebrate this time of renewal and rebirth, ranging from musical events such as Rob Gardner's "Lamb of God" and Handel's "Messiah" to a basket full of Easter egg hunts.
FaithLDS magazine Ensign to discontinue monthly 'First Presidency Message'
Ensign, the LDS Church's adult magazine, has announced it will discontinue its month "First Presidency Message," a feature since the inaugural January 1971 issue.
Utah's largest employer readies to 'adapt or die' as employees brace for more job cuts
Weeks after 2,300 Intermountain Healthcare billing employees learned that their jobs will be outsourced to a for-profit company with a checkered past, other nonclinical employees have been told that their departments will soon be reorganized.
BYU accounting, U. nursing informatics and environmental law rank in top 10
Brigham Young University's graduate-level accounting program and the University of Utah's graduate programs in nursing informatics and environmental law rank among the top 10 nationally, according to new rankings by U.S. News & World Report.