'I heard her yell, 'No, no, no!'': Mother of slain U. student on phone with daughter when tragedy unfolded
The mother of a University of Utah student shot and killed on campus by an ex-boyfriend was on the phone with her daughter when the tragedy unfolded.
Victim in U. shooting identified; suspected gunman found dead
A woman was shot and killed on the University of Utah's campus Monday night, prompting a lockdown and sending police searching for the suspected shooter until he was found dead hours later.
Morning links: Taysom Hill 'a fixture in the red zone'; can BYU women's volleyball win it all?
Former BYU quarterback Taysom Hill continues to gain attention for his versatile skills, while ESPN poses the question, can BYU's top-ranked women's volleyball team win the national title?
BYU ranks ahead of all Utah colleges or universities in new national report
A new report from WalletHub ranked the best colleges and universities across the country based on a number of factors.
South American ministry: How the church is helping the blind to see
Microscopes and other equipment provided by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is irreplaceable in half of all cataract surgeries in a nation of 6.9 million people.
Decade-old tunnel sees daylight as interior of Salt Lake airport rebuild takes shape
Salt Lake airport officials on Monday gave media another behind-the-scenes tour of the massive construction site, giving a progress update on the state's largest public project to date.
'Fixer Upper' star Joanna Gaines thanks her husband after 15 years of success
The “Fixer Upper” star shared a sweet message to her husband, Chip Gaines, on Instagram this week.
Watch: After going viral, Utah's LeBaron family is back with 'Phantom of the Opera' medley
After their "Les Miserables' video went viral six months ago, this Utah family is premiering its first professional music video featuring a show-stopping "Phantom of the Opera" medley.
Brad Rock: Considering the words to describe Lauren McCluskey
She was a track and field athlete at Utah, but more than that. So much more.
In our opinion: Compassion, then concern should greet the Honduras caravan
Compassion for others and safety for all on both sides of the border should be the true measure of our nation’s rich immigrant heritage.