For many outside The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the church’s temples may seem a mystery. Now, two Latter-day Saint apostles walk viewers through a virtual tour of the Rome, Italy, temple in an "unprecedented" new video.
Nationally recognized journalist Jane Clayson Johnson, who started her career at KSL TV and later became anchored the morning show on CBS, was back in Utah recently — this time to share her own story about her battle with depression.
The 94-year-old president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints returned Monday from a nine-day tour through South America that culminated with the dedication of a second Chilean temple — a place members believe is sacred.
KSL TV will showcase eight locally produced documentaries this weekend. The programs will air before and between sessions of general conference. Topics for these documentaries vary widely, but each one shares a message of hope.
A Colorado woman suing The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints because she claims it covered up her alleged 1984 rape by a former Missionary Training Center president, stood up Sunday during a fast-and-testimony church meeting in Chandler, Arizona, to record and publicly restate her allegation against the man in his home congregation.