Provo has seen a surprising amount of success in a place much different than it: the music industry. But while the the morals of the two worlds clash, the band Red Yeti is using its values to bring them success.
The online community is rallying behind a blogger after the death of her 3-year-old son Friday, May 2.
Chicago Bears offensive guard Kyle Long took time to make a 9-year-old boy’s day when he heard the Illinois boy was being bullied.
Eleven-year-old Provo resident Aaliyah Rose performed on TV and live for thousands at Radio Disney Music Awards in Los Angeles.
The tragedy surrounding Sierra Newbold caught the attention of local and national audiences, but the story many people are less familiar with is that of the Newbold’s faith through their struggle.
BYU took home its 15th and 16th awards from the College Television Awards, also known as the student Emmys, on April 23 this year.
Radio Disney surprised an 11-year-old Provo resident with the opportunity to perform at the Radio Disney Music Awards, possibly her biggest performance yet.
Mormon Newsroom published the commentary “Why Religion Matters: The Salt of Society,” stating how religion can add to the savor of society. The piece is the fourth in the five-part series “Why Religion Matters.”
Police suspect a gospel song kept an Atlanta boy alive when a man kidnapped him earlier this April.
Florida Governor Rick Scott visited the Fort Lauderdale Temple April 18 with other political and religious leaders, according to Mormon Newsroom.
A family is reaching out through a touching video to anyone who will listen in the hopes of saving their 4-year-old daughter from a terminal disease.
The anticipated “Messiah” concert from the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra will occur this Friday and Saturday, April 18 and 19, but those who didn’t get tickets can still participate.
Bubba Watson gained national recognition when he won his second Masters in a three-year span, but his respect for faith and family are noteworthy too.
The Book of Mormon climbed to the top of a list of life-changing books from this week, thanks to user votes and social media interaction.
Applicants interviewed for the world’s toughest job — a job without benefits, holidays and hardly any breaks — and were stunned to hear billions of people do it every day.
A recent opinion piece from The New York Times shared research and analysis on raising moral children.
The Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra announced their 2015 tour dates and locations, including stops to cities it hasn’t visited in 10 to 100 years.
A blog post published April 9 by The Washington Post analyzed what the rising cost of day care means for Americans.
New York Times best-seller and blogger Stephanie Nielson commemorated the addition of the Angel Moroni to the Provo City Center Temple on March 31 through a blog post.
Lexi Hansen, the BYU student who has gone from coma to recovery after being hit by a car, meets the driver involved the traumatic accident.
The Patheos article “We Can’t Afford to Let Religious Freedom Slip” notes why religious freedom is important for both the religious and nonreligious.
Pop star David Archuleta shared his second personal video since returning in March from his mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
“Frozen” became the No. 1 animated movie of all time this past week, but while more people are exposed to the film again and again, audiences still might have missed the film’s more subtle references.
A New York City woman risked and ultimately sacrificed her life to become a mother.
Elder D. Todd Christofferson dedicated a new Young Single Adult Building in Manchester, England, on Sunday, March 16.
A recent commentary piece from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Newsroom argues that faith and family build and depend on one another.
Kids often create entire worlds from their imagination. One dad is joining in with his son to make him a tiny action movie star and superhero.
An unexpected youth activity taught a group of young men and women the power of positive words and is now reaching out beyond the small group to thousands.
In preparation for the upcoming General Women’s Meeting, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints shared a video featuring words from LDS leaders and women of the church.
A recent piece by The Atlantic highlighted a study from the Pew Research Center that explored how the world responds to the question “Is it necessary to believe in God in order to be a moral person?”