'It was grueling': Juror recounts weighing sexual assault charges for ex-USU football star Torrey Green
One juror said taking part in deliberating the case against Torrey Green has given him more faith in the justice system and shown him that people are more complicated than he realized.
Police arrest 3 after discovering body of Utah realtor in 'secret' compartment
Three people were arrested Saturday following the Thursday death of a South Jordan realtor at a Salt Lake City apartment he was renting out. Police believe David Stokoe was killed during an altercation over rent.
Brad Rock: Jazz not as likable outside Utah — which is a good sign
They're talkative. They're feisty. And they're on their longest win streak of the season. What's not to like if you're a Jazz fan?
In our opinion: A solution to end the shutdown and give both Republicans and Democrats a win
If Americans need anything right now, it is positive news out of their elected representatives in Washington.
San Francisco snaps home losing streak to BYU with easy 82-63 win
Forward Jimbo Lull scored San Francisco’s first six points against BYU Saturday night. But this game, played before a sellout crowd at War Memorial Gym, would more or less be defined by the Cougars’ jumbo lull in the first half.
Watch: Saints' Drew Brees throws TD pass to Taysom Hill and Twitter loves it
It is Hill's third touchdown of the season but his first TD reception. It is also his fourth catch of the year.
At now-famous 47-game mark, wins have come as Utah Jazz's defense has returned to elite level
The Jazz are once again an elite defensive team after a slow start to the 2018-2019 season.
Utah National Guardsman dies swimming laps at Utah public pool
A member of the Utah National Guard died Saturday while swimming laps at a public pool.
Watch Bob Woodward and Elder D. Todd Christofferson talk Watergate, integrity
On Monday, Jan. 14, legendary Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward met Elder D. Todd Christofferson, a law clerk for Judge John J. Sirica who was among the first to listen to President Richard Nixon’s White House tapes, to engage in a discussion on honesty and trust in public life.
Meet the man who travels the world on $5 a day — 'You see that what we are told on the news is not true'
For Logothetis, kindness has proven pretty reliable. Since his first trip, he has managed to travel through over 100 countries without cash, company or a place to stay. He now produces and stars in a television show that documents his adventures.