New Zealand mosque shooting: Gunshots shattered a day of prayer, but gave rise to interfaith resolve
"Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints the world over were heartbroken when we heard of the deadly attacks on innocent worshippers in the Al Noor and Linwood mosques of Christchurch on March 15," President Russell M. Nelson said.
Charges: 16-year-old charged in baby's death tossed her in air 'all the time'
West Valley police said 4-month-old Adalyn Monson died May 10 after she was found critically injured three days earlier, and detectives suspect child abuse in the girl's death. The teen boy faces a single count of child abuse homicide.
New trial set for Utahn accused of shouting at general conference
An Ogden woman accused of a verbal outbursts during a general conference session of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in March 2018 now faces an infraction instead of a misdemeanor charge.
Hearing on allegations of racist taunts pits two Utah high schools against each other
For seven hours, Tabiona and Intermountain Christian School presented witnesses who detailed a dispute between the two schools that included racist insults, an allegation of a death threat and an attempted assault in a sportsmanship hearing.
Former BYU QB Nelson to rely on vast array of experiences as a player as he moves into the radio booth
As a BYU quarterback, Riley Nelson encountered a vast array of experiences. Now, Nelson will rely on those experiences to help Cougar football fans see and understand the game in a different way.
Burger King and Wendy’s roast Jack in the Box after Kim Kardashian calls the restaurant out on Twitter
“Hey, Jack In The Box,” Kardashian tweeted. “I have a serious complaint but I won’t fully put you on blast, check your corporate email inbox or send me a DM with direct person for my team to contact. Pronto!”
President Nelson meets New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, says church will donate to mosques
On her first day back at work after a triumphant trip to Paris that substantiated her No. 2 ranking on Fortune's list of the world's greatest leaders, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern welcomed President Russell M. Nelson to Parliament.
Jimmer Fredette reacts to changes in BYU basketball program; evaluates his NBA experience with Suns
Jimmer Fredette still follows his alma mater closely. He said he’s “excited” about the changes that the basketball program has undergone in recent weeks, including the retirement of Dave Rose after a 14-year tenure as head coach.
UNC-Greensboro professor predicts Lori Loughlin's fate in college admission scandal trial
A professor wrote for the Greensboro News & Record that he predicts Lori Loughlin will be acquitted in the college admissions scandal.
Morning Links: Utah football 'clearly the class of the Pac-12 South'; BYU’s Yoeli Childs close to 'living the dream'
Expectations are high for the Utah football program in 2019, while BYU forward Yoeli Childs is busy working in the NBA pre-draft process.