Jay Evensen: How many votes do you need to be considered a winner?
At what point does a victory signal something less than the will of the people? Some people in Utah think they have the answers.
Deck the halls with holiday cheer with these upcoming events
From concerts to lights displays to musicals, the state of Utah is overflowing with events to bring the holiday spirit.
A.M. notes: SLC to end Twilight series, Jazz open new NBA season, Trump under fire for soldier comments
Want to get ahead of the news to start your day? Here’s a look at the news for Oct. 18.
Natalie Gochnour: The next 50 years will be a test of community leadership for a growing Utah County
Economic, demographic and political power are shifting south, and Utah’s second largest county is the epicenter of growth and change in the Beehive State. The only question is this: are we ready?
In our opinion: Voters should carefully weigh new school district bond measures
As Granite School District and Canyons School District vote on bond proposals, we offer five criteria through which to measure the viability of the funding projects.
Jay Evensen: Why did Weber High girls make a racist video?
One would have hoped the rising generation, so far removed from Jim Crow America, wouldn’t so easily succumb to the false narratives of the past. Too bad the internet will make it hard for them to learn lessons and move on.
This school honoring Jefferson Davis to be renamed after Barack Obama
A predominately black school called Davis Magnet IB will lose its namesake next year, replacing it with Barack Obama.
A.M. notes: Utah submits Amazon bid, McAdams running for Congress, North Korea threatens strike
Want to get ahead of the news to start your day? Here’s a look at the news for Oct. 19.
Utah Symphony welcomes three new violinists for 2017-18 season
Salt Lake City native Bonnie Terry, Evgenia Zharzhavskaya and Hannah Linz are excited to be joining the Utah Symphony as violinists this season.
These 3 Utah cities ranked among best places to live
The rankings were based on a number of factors, including the crime rates, economy and affordability for each city.