University’s first Hispanic vice president launches Office of Belonging rooted in Latter-day Saint principles and values learned in California’s orange and olive groves.
A 22-year-old Iranian woman, Mahsa Amini, died in police custody which has sparked protests across the country.
Some say Giorgia Melonia and other conservative European politicians are leading a “cult of personality.” Americans have heard that phrase before.
Now a tropical storm, the assessment of Hurricane Ian’s rampage in Florida is just beginning, but death estimate is likely to be “hundreds,” officials warn.
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Zach Wilson and his offensive coordinator both spoke with the press Thursday.
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The U.S. government announced actions to improve health and end hunger by 2030
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The BYU running back gave the Cougars’ a lift last week and hopes for more of the same tonight against a USU team susceptible to the run.
If we want Utah to be a place where people thrive, we need to help all people obtain education.
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Renewables will play an important role in our energy future, but this won’t happen overnight like some politicians demand.
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The storm is on track to be the fifth-strongest hurricane in Florida on record.
On Tuesday, the Senate passed a bill to avoid a government shutdown on Oct. 1
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Both BYU, Utah should take care of business at home against Aggies and Beavers this week.
The EU is ramping up security and looking into why two natural gas pipelines are now leaking
Homebuyers face ‘most volatile’ mortgage rates in over 30 years, Redfin says.
CHI St. Vincent North hospital was under lockdown for an active shooter situation Wednesday morning, but has been lifted after a potential suspect was taken into custody
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Gabby Petito was killed last year and Lifetime is already making a movie about her. Is it too soon?
Renowned chef Anthony Bourdain’s book has sparked controversy
Against the Sun Devils, the 6-foot-2, 227-pounder carried the ball nine times for 31 yards and scored a TD.
Arizona voters say they’re flustered with the narrative of the state being polarized and divided. Recent polls show voters want candidates who are willing to compromise
LeBron James, Draymond Green and Kevin Love are partnering on the investment.
Study shows lecanemab drug slows down cognition decline by 27% compared to placebo-treated patients
Intermountain Healthcare announced plans Tuesday to change its name to Intermountain Health. The company has also acquired land in Ephraim, which could be used to build a new hospital, according to city officials.
No. 19 Cougars host Aggies in the 91st meeting between the instate rivals on Thursday, but BYU’s entrance into the Big 12 next year could end the series.
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The Utah STEM Action Center hosted its annual STEM Fest where thousands of Utah students met with exhibitors and learned about career opportunities in STEM fields.