AP Exclusive: Corruption probe prompts reviews of NCAA teams
te of arrests, details of under-the-table bribes to teenagers and the expected downfall of one of the sport's best-known coaches has triggered uncomfortable soul-searching among the institutions at the heart of college basketball, including internal reviews by more than two dozen schools of their own prominent programs.
SAGE swan song? State School Board picks new testing provider
Minneapolis-based Questar Assessment has been selected as the state's new testing provider for grades 3-8, effectively ending Utah's ties to the firm that developed the current statewide Student Assessment of Growth and Excellence or SAGE.
Program helps low-income Utah families gain 'essential' online access
A program aimed at helping low-income families in Utah connect to the online world is expanding to include more people. Comcast customers will also have access to free digital literacy training in print, online and in person.
Utah man faces charges in BYU, UVU bookstore thefts
Charges have been filed against a man accused of stealing textbooks from the BYU bookstore and selling them to another store.
Grant aims to help more refugees in Utah achieve citizenship
Catholic Community Services of Utah and the English Skills Learning Center have been awarded a $250,000 grant by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to help more than 400 refugees and immigrants achieve citizenship by 2019.
SUU breaks ground on sports performance center
Officials at Southern Utah University broke ground earlier this month on the George S. Eccles Sports Performance Center, the future home for SUU Athletics sports performance operations.
Utah parents enduring 'almost impossible' grieving implore drivers to be safe
Elizabeth Nielsen rushed to the side of her only child at Davis Hospital and Medical Center on Nov. 25, 2016, just in time to embrace him, squeeze his hand and tell him she loved him before he slipped away.
School district spokesman calls Utah teens' profane video 'unacceptable'
A northern Utah school district is considering its next steps as it looks into a social media video showing five female students gleefully shouting a racial slur in chorus.
Audit: U. didn't follow state bidding laws with $12 million gift for gene sequencing
The University of Utah did not follow state procurement laws when awarding a $10 million contract to NantHealth to sequence 1,372 genome samples from the Utah Population Database, a legislative audit concludes.