The Salt Lake Temple will close Dec. 29 for four years as part of the Temple Square renovation plan
Renovations to two of America’s iconic landmarks, the Salt Lake Temple and Temple Square, will begin in December and take four years, the president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced Friday.
These two Utah hot spots are among the nation's top growing, census data shows
Two of Utah's urban clusters —St. George to the south and Provo-Orem to the north — remained among the fastest-growing in the nation last year for very different reasons. But rising home costs are also pushing families off the Wasatch Front.
'The Masked Singer' runner-up Donny Osmond offers update on brother Jimmy in birthday post
Donny Osmond recently opened up about his brother Jimmy Osmond’s health struggles.
Utah Utes kicker Chayden Johnston announces retirement from football
The former Bingham High School star announced Thursday that he will focus on pursuing his career in health care.
New Salt Lake Temple grounds: Watch the virtual walk-through videos
The renovations will begin on Dec. 29, 2019, and will last about four years.
The Yankees have stopped playing Kate Smith’s ‘God Bless America’ after discovering potentially racist song lyrics
Kate Smith’s recording of “God Bless America” has been played during the seventh inning of New York Yankees games for the past 18 years, but this season, the Yankees have ditched the song.
Doug Robinson: The case against James Harden's game
This is what basketball has come to? One player playing an isolation game while his four teammates watch.
Supervising officer in viral arrest of University of Utah nurse loses appeal
The Salt Lake Civil Service Commission on Thursday upheld Salt Lake Police Chief Mike Brown's decision to demote one of the officers involved in the arrest of University of Utah nurse Alex Wubbels.
Southern Utah teacher arrested for inappropriately touching student, police say
A teacher at a southern Utah school has been arrested for inappropriately touching a student, according to police.
BYU basketball signee Shengzhe Li asks for, receives, release from NLI to explore options
When Shengzhe Li, a 6-foot-10 post player from China, signed with BYU last November, it seemed like a great fit for both Li and the program.