Family of former BYU player finds faith, friendship following wasp attack
Two total strangers save the life of former BYU basketball player Jake Shoff after wasp stings prompted a severe allergic reaction as he vacationed with family in Hawaii.
The past celebrations (and one protest) of Pioneer Day
Take a look back at some of the iconic Pioneer Day celebrations.
LDS Church 'going forward' with alternative to Scouting for older teens
It's been 10-plus weeks since the LDS Church announced it will institute a new activity program for young men ages 14 through 18 while maintaining participation in Cub and Boy Scouts. A church leader says all plans are "going forward."
People of different ancestral lines are part of the same family, General Authority says at sunrise service
Though all people stem through different pioneer lines, each is “ultimately from the same great family – even the great family of God, our Father,” Elder Kevin R. Duncan, General Authority Seventy, said July 24 at the Days of ’47 S
Days of '47 Parade highlights 'visions of a new horizon'
Families and friends lined the streets of downtown Salt Lake City on the morning of July 24 — some having camped out overnight — to celebrate Pioneer Day at the Days of ’47 Parade.
Sneak peek of LDS teen Evie Clair's latest performance on 'America's Got Talent' catches viewers' attention before episode airs
Evie Clair, the 13-year-old from Arizona whose first round performance on “America’s Got Talent” of Christina Perri’s “Arms,” made her an early favorite, will return on Tuesday’s episode of the talent competition.
One of the 'Sistas in Zion' tweets her thoughts on people who leave the LDS faith
Tamu Smith, one of the Sistas in Zion, authors and Time Out for Women speakers, recently tweeted her thoughts on people who leave the faith and how she finds true peace.
Evie Clair advances on 'America's Got Talent' with 'special' performance
Evie Clair isn’t done on “America’s Got Talent.” The 13-year-old member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints not only advanced, but all five judges, including guest judge DJ Khaled, gave Clair positive feedback.
Tiffany Gee Lewis: A return to the Shire and how it's never quite the same
God never intended us to stay in the garden forever. And if we return, we'll never be the same.
Picturing history: John Young home, Mendon, New York
The Mendon, New York, home of John Young, father of Brigham Young, was separated into two sections and one was moved to the opposite side of the street. Both sections were subsequently altered and enlarged and are still extant today.