Aaron Shill is the managing editor of Deseret.com. Aaron joined the Deseret News in 2003 and has worked in editing and writing roles for sports, faith and entertainment content. He became the content director of Deseret.com in 2015 and was named managing editor of the website in 2020. Aaron is a Utah native and has a degree in journalism from BYU.

The first season of the big-budget fantasy series premieres Sept. 2 on Amazon Prime, but will it feature sex, nudity and violence similar to HBO’s ‘Game of Thrones’?
“After decades of corporate brilliance establishing itself as the world’s most trusted brand for families, today’s C-level suite at Disney has decided to flush it all down the toilet,” Tim Winter said.
At its heart, it’s a pass, shoot and score game. Everything else is just decoration and devastation.
Reid Detmers joins Nestor Cortes, Luis Garcia and Phil Maton as pitchers to throw immaculate innings in Major League Baseball in 2022.
“It’s unlike anything you’ve ever seen on Shark Week,” said filmmaker Jeff Kurr.
The annual Super Bowl of nature documentaries — where celebrities and marketing are part of the packaging — begins July 24 on Discovery.
Here are the images released Tuesday — which include something special for fans of a certain holiday classic film.
The first image released from NASA’s $10 billion James Webb Space Telescope is called “Deep Field: SMACS 0723.”
Andrew Mikkelsen knocked out Dominico McIntosh 38 seconds into the fight. He then took a few bows as the referee attended to McIntosh.
The final vote was 65-33 and included support from the Senate minority leader and one of Utah’s senators.
The planned Netflix series is based on the comic book series “American Jesus.”
Here’s a look at what the family-friendly gaming platform Nintendo Switch has released so far in 2022 and what’s ahead.
Lily Kryzhanivskyy, 9, who fought off a cougar attack before being rescued, is recovering at home.
Updates from the tragic mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, which took the lives of 19 students and two teachers. Funerals are being held this week.
A 9-year-old girl who fought off a mountain lion attack is out of intensive care and recovering in a Washington hospital.
If you missed out on “The Secrets of Dumbledore” in the theaters, it’s now available for home viewing.
Evacuations were ordered in Montrose, Colorado, due to a wildfire burning south of the Western Colorado community, and the nation’s largest wildfire continues to burn in New Mexico.
There are two “Type 1” wildfire incidents in the United States as of May 18, and they’re both in New Mexico.
Your kid may soon be asking for your Face ID or fingerprint for something called “Apex Legends.” What is it?
More than 70 million properties in the United States are at some risk of wildfire today, according to new data.
The BA.2.12.1 subvariant is causing more infections in the United States, while new subvariants have emerged in South Africa.
The 192nd Annual General Conference featured a Saturday evening women’s session, calls from the pulpit for peace and an end to personal strife, and the announcement of 17 new temple locations.
The two-day conference featured the return of live performances from the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square, a look inside the renovation of the Salt Lake Temple and the announcement of 13 new temple locations.
“Shark Week” is back. Here’s how the Discovery Channel series helped make sharks cool.
The virtual event is being broadcast from church headquarters in Salt Lake City.
“A small handful of members” participated in the May 23 groundbreaking of the Layton Utah Temple, an event that was “limited in size because of COVID-19 precautions.”
Due to the coronavirus outbreak, conference was held in a small auditorium rather than the Conference Center, with only the First Presidency, speakers and those offering prayers in attendance.