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Morality and politics: The story of Utah in 2016

Jeff Simon, CNN  |  Posted  Oct 14th - 6:10pm

Utah Republican State Sen. Dan Thatcher sees the 2016 election in dire terms.

Mormon Tabernacle Choir announces 2016 Christmas concert guest artist

Megan Marsden Christensen  |  Posted  Oct 13th - 5:55pm

Thursday, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir announced the guest artist who will perform with them, the Orchestra at Temple Square and Bells on Temple Square at their Christmas concerts in December.

LDS Church prepares missionaries, members for Hurricane Matthew

Tad Walch  |  Posted  Oct 6th - 9:09pm

LDS Church leaders have been preparing its missions and its members in the Caribbean and southeastern United States for Hurricane Matthew, which has killed people in three countries.

Church leaders counsel LDS members during General Conference to stay focused on faith, finding happiness

Sam Penrod, KSL  |  Posted  Oct 2nd - 7:00pm

Sunday afternoon concluded the 186th semi-annual General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The Conference Center held five sessions over the past two days. Church leaders counseled Latter-day Saints on a range of topics.

Latter-day Saints in Europe: faith, hope and charity

Candice Madsen  |  Posted  Oct 2nd - 1:16pm

The beauty of Europe coupled with the power of music and faith come together in this one-hour special. Carole Mikita brings you the story of Latter-day Saints in Europe.

Lost in India: A Boy's Journey Home

Angie Denison  |  Posted  Oct 2nd - 12:04pm

This documentary is about a boy from Southern India who was kidnapped from his family at a young age and ended up in a Christian orphanage. Taj Rowland was then adopted by a Utah family who knew nothing of the kidnapping. Follow his journey home.

A World Away: Into the Heart of Africa

Ashley Kewish and Ray Boone  |  Posted  Oct 2nd - 6:01am

Click here to see KSL's full broadcast, documenting the work of a small group of Utahns trying to bring hope to one of the poorest countries in the world.

Choosing happy

Angie Denison  |  Posted  Oct 1st - 2:01pm

Who doesn’t want to be happy? It’s one of the basic rights Americans were guaranteed when this country was founded — “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.” Michelle King talks to three experts who lay out some key strategies

Special General Conference programming for KSL TV

Angie Denison  |  Posted  Sep 30th - 6:49pm

This weekend KSL TV is showcasing some amazing, locally produced programs with International ties. Reporters travel to New York, Philadelphia, Europe, Africa and India to bring you inspirational documentaries — all with direct Utah connections.

UTA to provide extra TRAX service for LDS conference  |  Posted  Sep 28th - 3:35pm

The Utah Transit Authority will offer extra TRAX service for this weekend’s 186th Semiannual General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Connecticut's 1st LDS temple to serve growing church

Emily Judd, Associated Press  |  Posted  Sep 28th - 10:47am

The first LDS temple in Connecticut opens to the public this week and will soon host services for thousands of the faithful from a four-state area.

General Women's Session: Latter-day Saints urged to be strong in their faith

Carole Mikita  |  Posted  Sep 24th - 10:29pm

Latter-day Saint women, young women and girls were urged to be strong in their faith during the General Women's Session of the 186th Semiannual General Conference.

Wyoming’s 1st LDS temple to temporarily open to public

Megan Marsden Christensen  |  Posted  Sep 21st - 12:53pm

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Star Valley Wyoming Temple will be open for public tours starting Friday.

President Eyring dedicates new Philadelphia LDS temple

Sam Penrod  |  Posted  Sep 18th - 9:35pm

Leaders of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints gathered in Philadelphia on Sunday to dedicate the faith's newest temple.

At Windsor Castle, Elder Holland says world needs more outrage over refugees' plight

Tad Walch  |  Posted  Sep 12th - 11:16am

Elder Jeffrey R. Holland of the LDS Church's Quorum of the Twelve is taking part in the five-day conference “Religious Persecution: The Driver for Forced Migration" at the home of the Queen of England. He said religious rights are human rights.

Elder Oaks leads special Mormon regional conference on 'defining issue' of religious freedom

Tad Walch  |  Posted  Sep 10th - 8:33pm

During a special meeting Saturday for 25 LDS stakes near Dallas, senior Mormon leaders continued to stress the preservation of religious freedom and presented practical advice to church members about how to defend it.

LDS Church launches 'Preventing Suicide' website during National Suicide Prevention Week

Tad Walch  |  Posted  Sep 8th - 3:37pm

The LDS Church has launched during National Suicide Prevention Month. "Every soul is precious to God and to the church and the loss of life to suicide is heartbreaking," a spokesman said.

New law prompts LDS Church to reassign 30 volunteers initially bound for Russia

Tad Walch  |  Posted  Sep 5th - 5:18pm

Thirty of 77 Mormon volunteers who have been learning Russian at the faith's Missionary Training Center have been reassigned to other Russian-speaking countries or different missions within Russia. The move better meets LDS needs in the region.

University of Utah's new Thomas S. Monson Center to be 'embassy' to the state

Dennis Romboy  |  Posted  Aug 24th - 6:59pm

University officials unveiled the newly renovated Wall Mansion on Wednesday, which will now be known as the Thomas S. Monson Center after the current president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Mormon missionaries, members safe and well after major Italian earthquake

Tad Walch  |  Posted  Aug 24th - 4:58pm

LDS Church officials in Europe invited all to pray for those suffering after a powerful earthquake rocked a swath of mountains 100 miles from Rome, killing at least 38 people.