If you think you don’t need to pay attention to the Utah Legislature general session, think again.
In a new Church News video, members of the Quorum of the Twelve of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints describe President Russell M. Nelson’s efforts to connect with civic and religious leaders around the world.
Celeste Ng doesn’t want her readers to wonder whether the tension between the two main families in the book will eventually “ignite.” She wants them to wonder how.
Here’s a look back at April 2019 with our favorite 12 photos from Deseret News photographers.
Here’s a look back at the month of February with our favorite 12 photos from Deseret News photographers.
A 2.4 magnitude aftershock struck Bluffdale Saturday night, according to the University of Utah Seismograph Stations — the fourth to affect northern Utah in less than 48 hours.
Our November in photos was marked by football games, the midterm elections and the beginning of holiday celebrations.
One year ago this week, BYU long snapper Matt Foley told The Deseret News about how he found his place in football.
The National Parks are coming to Morgan, Utah to perform a benefit concert for the family of Cindy Cloninger, a widow whose 13-year-old daughter has Lyme disease.
When Argentine artist Jorge Cocco Santangelo began painting religious scenes, he started in a more traditional style. But soon, he said, he was caught “between two worlds.”
One year ago this week, a Utah couple described their experience raising two adopted children: Joshua, a 6-year-old with acute meyloid leukemia, and Maria, a 3-year-old who was born without limbs.
Whether you’re observing the holiday by visiting a cemetery, taking a road trip or in another way, here are 7 facts about veterans.
The Church History Museum’s two newest exhibits celebrate Mormons all across the globe, said curator Laura Allred Hurtado.
Utah teacher Steve Mond said he has one advantage over the 2018 “Jeopardy!” Teachers Tournament competitors: his on-camera experience.
One year ago this week, Elizabeth Smart posted a full photo of her family for the first time in a Mother’s Day Instagram post.
The Grand Theatre’s newest production — Monty Python’s “Spamalot” — is not for those who are easily offended, according to Interim Director Seth Miller.