Relief Society General President Jean B. Bingham descends from six generations of Latter-day Saint pioneers.
Former Utah governor says ‘let all the facts come out’ on whistleblower’s complaint that sparked impeachment inquiry
Maddison Jones, who was severely injured in an accident and was in a coma for a month, is making remarkable progress. And her family says it is a story of courage and faith.
A team of BYU archaeologists is working at the ancient site of Petra in the country of Jordan.
For three decades, very determined young musicians and their leader have participated in a unique opportunity with the Utah Youth Orchestras.
A month ago, Maddison Jones, a young woman from Orem, was involved in a horrible car accident that left her in a coma. Her family says it’s the response on social media that’s keeping them full of hope.
A sculpture garden with images of Jesus Christ will expand to include 35 statues over the next year at Thanksgiving Point.
Darran Zenger and his guide dog, Archer, maneuver the University of Utah campus and the social work program with determination. Zenger wears cochlear implants and is losing his sight. He believes he knows exactly how to help others with disabilities.
Walking around looking at museum art might not be the first thing on kids’ list of fun things to do. But what if, instead of “don’t touch,” they got the chance to see it from a hands-on perspective?
As William Shakespeare’s words resound on stage at the Randall Jones Theatre in Cedar City, outside bulldozers are tearing down buildings and making way for the new open-air playhouse, coming soon to the Utah Shakespeare Festival.
The Hindu celebration called Holi drew tens of thousands to the Krishna Temple in Spanish Fork this weekend. Two people were arrested.
After decades of raising funds, the Tony Award-winning Utah Shakespeare Festival is one step closer to having a new performing and visual arts complex.
“The Lego Movie” is No. 1 at the box office for the second week in a row, but one Utah man doesn’t have to go to a theater to see a Lego city.
In 1941, Central Utah Vocational School opened its doors. Now known as Utah Valley University, it is preparing for its 75th anniversary. Part of the celebration is a work of art produced by Tom Holdman for the school library.
Pastors from several Christian denominations in Cedar City have created the first Bible class for students to he held during school hours.
A former world-class athlete received an award Wednesday in a career she chose after she stopped competing in the skeleton. Lyndsie Hauck was named South Salt Lake’s Firefighter of the Year.
A Roy man says he’s grateful to a South Ogden police officer who went out of his way to help his hearing-impaired wife who was in a terrible car accident.
Maggie Anderson said she and others with disabilities have noticed that many parking spaces are often covered with snow and ice, making it difficult and sometimes dangerous to try and get inside a business.
The Road Home has 200 new blankets for the homeless thanks to an interfaith gesture from members of the Sikh Temple.
Eight years ago, Pamela and Steve Clark were blessed with quadruplets. Since then, the Clarks have faced many health challenges with one of the four children, Stephen, and they’re preparing for more.
A group committed to educating young parents about what all babies go through during the first few months of life gathered Wednesday to knit baby caps for the CLICK for Babies and the Period of PURPLE Crying Caps program.
For one Kaysville neighborhood, Christmas is coming early this year. It’s all in an effort to give one man his dying wish: to spend one final Christmas season with his family.
Thousands of people, mostly members of the Joseph Smith Sr. family, are preparing to gather for a family reunion Saturday. During the reunion, they will hold a 5k race to honor the work of a doctor who saved Joseph Smith Jr.’s life 200 years ago.
University of Utah student Laramie Riggs said at times she’s in a lot of pain, but she is doing well and is glad to be back in Utah.
Family members and friends gathered Tuesday to create messages of encouragement to greet a University of Utah student critically injured in a bus crash in Ecuador.
Their families were forced to flee their homeland of Myanmar and arrived in Utah with nothing. Now, some members from Troop 1262 will be part of an all-American summer, including a trip to the White House and the National Scout Jamboree.
The statue was commissioned two years ago when Coalville and the Summit County Public Art Advisory Board decided to beautify Main Street. Controversial is how many described the sculpture.
Utah Symphony and Utah Opera musicians are taking their performances on the road this month to help raise awareness of Alzheimer’s.
Communicating with teenagers can be a challenge for anyone. It can be especially difficult if the teenager is at a doctor’s office and doesn’t want to talk.
Farley Eskelson is in an uncomfortable position. He is asking for help from strangers who could save his life.