Camille Smith is the story editor for the Deseret News’ Audience and Rapid Relevance teams. After starting her internship with the Deseret News, she was hired on as newsletter coordinator. In her free time, Smith can be found listening to the Harry Potter audiobooks and making delicious food.

University of Utah student Annie Condon said she will often draw inspirational thoughts on the sidewalk around the University of Utah campus in between her classes. But this week was her first time expressing that passion while on a family vacation.
A Deseret News video explains where the original Christus and Twelve Apostles statues come from: Copenhagen, Denmark.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints released a video on March 7 that gives viewers a virtual tour through the new Rome Italy Temple.
Chip and Joanna Gaines have turned their Waco paradise into a full-blown fairy tale, now complete with their own castle.
According to, “Deadpool” co-creator Robert Liefeld posted on Twitter about a Marvel movie drought for a year following the newest “Spider-Man” installment.
Twitter has been “Burnin’ Up” over rumors of a potential Jonas Brothers reunion. And Thursday E! News confirmed the rumors on Twitter that the Jonas Brothers are in fact reuniting, finally.
Judith Smith, a 56-year-old National Park Service employee, cashed in a lottery ticket for $29.5 million.
A study published in the archaeological journal Antiquity revealed the exact location where the famous rocks of Stonehenge come from — a millennia-year-old mystery.
Entertainment Weekly posted photos of the new “Downton Abbey” movie.
Rapper and comedian Nick Cannon wished his Instagram followers a “happy BLACKFACE history month” and called out Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel and Sarah Silverman for past blackface use.
The Washington Post travel reporter Andrea Sachs visited Provo. In addition to learning about the lifestyle and culture the city has to offer, Sachs visited places like Rockwell Ice Cream Co., the Soap Factory and Pioneer Book.
Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez are celebrating their two-year anniversary this month. And this year, Rodriguez got Lopez a special surprise.
Utah Jazz legend Jeff Hornacek’s daughter Abby Hornacek joined Fox Nation as a travel and lifestyle host, according to a press release.
McDonald’s new breakfast item will debut on Feb. 20 and will only be available for purchase during breakfast hours.
Austin Water officials are crediting smelly water in Austin, Texas, to zebra mussels on a raw water pipeline located at the Ullrich Water Treatment Plant, according to the Statesman.
Celebrate John Williams’ birthday by reminiscing on his most famous film scores, including “Star Wars,” “Jaws” and “Harry Potter.”
Name a cockroach after your ex this Valentine’s Day and watch the El Paso Zoo feed it to a meerkat.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) published findings on Feb. 1 that reveal using too much toothpaste can be damaging on tooth health for children and adolescents.
Chris Pratt said he was nervous to ask Arnold Schwarzenegger for permission to marry his daughter Katherine.
The Super Bowl LIII features the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams on Feb. 3 at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Here’s everything you need to know about tickets, food and how to watch the game.
The Grammy Award-winning band Maroon 5 will join Big Boi and Travis Scott for the Super Bowl LIII halftime show on Feb. 5. Here are five ways Adam Levine and Maroon 5 are connected to Utah.
Utah libraries have systems in place to anticipate book trends and manage waitlists.
“Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives” host Guy Fieri visited Salt Lake City to sink his teeth into a local family-owned bakery, Hruska’s Kolaches. But Hruska’s Kolaches isn’t the first Utah restaurant to be featured on the show.
Here’s a list of nothing to do on National Nothing Day.
Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter and current associate editor for The Washington Post Bob Woodward will receive the PEN Literary Service Award for 2019.
Pew Research Center President Michael Dimock will join two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Bob Woodward and Elder D. Todd Christofferson, former law clerk for Judge John J. Sirica, for a Watergate event in Washington, D.C.
Former Washington Post reporter-turned-author Bob Woodward has said many notable things regarding reporting and his involvement in Watergate.