A former Riverton Elementary School student recently atoned for past mistakes decades after the student stole paperback books from sixth-grade teachers.
Wendy Garrett lives by one mantra: “Life is tough, but I am tougher.” And if anyone knows how to be tough, it’s Garrett.
Leslie Moore, a senior missionary for LDS Church Public Affairs in Sydney, Australia, first heard of Scott Neeson at a synagogue when a Jewish rabbi equated his story with Joseph of Egypt.
It’s not often science elicits positive emotion from this reviewer, but Dr. Henry Jekyll’s formula designed to separate a man’s inclination to be good from evil left me on the edge of my seat.
The good and evil of human nature will be tested within the walls of CenterPoint Legacy Theatre in “Jekyll and Hyde,” which runs Sept. 29-Oct. 25.
Sadie Robertson, a cast member of “Duck Dynasty,” will join other celebrities on “Dancing With the Stars” this season.
Steve Maddox, former owner of Maddox Ranch House, died as a result of ALS last year. The Maddox family takes strides beyond the Ice Bucket Challenge to make a difference for ALS patients.
Rion Holcombe, whose reaction to his college acceptance letter took the Internet by storm, is now attending Clemson University.
In a new YouTube video released by the Mormon Channel, Sister Linda S. Reeves, second counselor in the General Relief Society president for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, warns against the evil of pornography.
Santino Fontana discusses his experience with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir in a behind-the-scenes video recently released by the choir.
A beluga whale at a Connecticut aquarium entertains visiting children by swimming up to the glass and playing its own form of peek-a-boo with them.
LDS Stake President Jermaine Sullivan, one of the six Latter-day Saints featured in the upcoming documentary “Meet the Mormons,” teaches David Archuleta how to step-dance.
A little boy named Dylan wanted to share his talents with his community by giving a free concert in his front yard, and the event soon went viral.
Five-year-old Benjamin Buchanan is the only known case in the state of Utah with Phelan-McDermid Syndrome, a rare genetic disorder.
The Ice Bucket Challenge is a social movement designed earlier this summer to enhance awareness and raise money for ALS, and has since raised money for ALS, breast cancer and a camp for kids who have lost their fathers to war.
The Broadway cast of “Aladdin” honored Robin Williams after a performance by singing “Friend Like Me”, a song originally sung by Williams as The Genie in Disney’s original film. The audience joined in.
Junior Reyes was the only young man in his church congregation in 2010 until he invited other young men to join him at church. Four years later, six of those men have served full-time missions, while a few others are preparing to leave this year.
Jennifer Fauset is a successful Utah photographer who donates her talents to children facing terminal illness, calling it the most rewarding part of her job.
VidAngel, a company dedicated to censoring movies via YouTube, created a YouTube video to demonstrate the effect of profane language on families. In the video, a family gets shot with thousands of paintballs in just five seconds to prove a point.
Utah couple James and Colleen Pinegar, who have been married for more than 66 years, sing “You Are My Sunshine” to each other in the hospital while James suffered from a blood infection.
Taylor Swift visited 6-year-old Jordan Nickerson in the Boston Children’s Hospital and surprised him with a live performance of “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together.”
Don and Maxine Simpson were married for 62 years, and they died just four hours apart last week.
As of last week, an Indigogo campaign for a documentary to be titled “Batkid Begins” went live, asking to raise $100,000 to tell the story of Miles Scott, a 5-year-old boy who beat leukemia.
A little girl with cancer sings “Love Is an Open Door” with her nurse while waiting for a blood transfusion.
Caroline and Lani Daniels are sisters and boxers who train every day of the week apart from the Sabbath. The two were raised as members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
The Mormon Tabernacle Choir experienced a first last weekend when Santino Fontana, known for his role as Hans in “Frozen,” led them in a medley that included Pharell William’s song “Happy.”
The 12 Willis siblings, ranging from ages 3 to 21, auditioned for “America’s Got Talent” with their own rendition of “My Favorite Things” from “The Sound of Music.”
There’s a unique bond between a grandmother and her grandson, and a new short film portrays that relationship.
A severe rainstorm caused major flooding in Rexburg, Idaho, but community residents and BYU-Idaho students rallied to bail water out of apartments and houses.
When a severe thunderstorm caused flooding in Rexburg, Idaho, Brigham Young University-Idaho students bailed water out of apartment buildings while singing “Called to Serve.”