Doug Robinson: After detours in modeling, building a family and injuries, local runner now hitting her stride
Rachel Young gave up a college running career before it really began to model for the famed Elite modeling agency, but 10 years later, after marriage, injuries and two children, she has returned to the sport and is winning races.
Brad Rock: How's this for BYU's slogan? Beat Utah — before it's too late
Though the games have been close in football, Utah almost always wins in recent years. A widening of the talent gap isn't helping the Cougars.
Discovery of pioneer journal sheds light on Temple Square mystery
According to a recently discovered journal belonging to pioneer surveyor Jesse Carter Little, the location of Temple Square was known the day pioneers entered the valley, July 24, 1847.
Couple tried to hide newborn's addiction by giving her drugs, police say
An Elk Ridge man and woman have been arrested following a monthlong investigation in which detectives say they discovered the couple gave drugs to their newborn while still in the hospital, and their other children also tested positive for drugs.
BYU alum discovers 200-year discrepancy on Kennedy Center's Utah state flag
The mistake has gone unnoticed since 2002.
Russian court rules against deportation of Mormon volunteers
A Russian high court has ruled that authorities and courts in the city of Samara violated the nation's constitution last year when they deported two LDS volunteers, formerly known as missionaries, one now a BYU student, the other headed to USU.
Utah Jazz reportedly to bolster front office with hires of Justin Zanik, David Morway
ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reported Friday that the Jazz are set to bring back former assistant general manager Justin Zanik, and they'll also be adding former Pacers GM David Morway after he has had some recent involvement with the organization.
Man admits cutting, hiding body in suitcase after overdose
A man accused of cutting up the body of a Colorado woman and hiding her remains in a suitcase after she overdosed pleaded guilty Tuesday.
Morning links: Rudy Gobert's 'Quest for the DPOY' continues; 5 BYU wild cards; 3 big U. games
"(Sione) Takitaki’s gift is a knack for getting in the backfield and causing havoc. If he plays the entire season, Takitaki could finish the season with double-digit sacks." - Mitch Harper
Turning on the lights: Law enforcement announce takedown of world's largest darknet drug market
The growth and popularity of the dark web has created an online haven for drugs, allowing users, manufacturers and sellers to create and popularize novel new substances. But despite the challenges involved, law enforcement continues to fight back.