SALT LAKE CITY — Here are 10 stories you may have missed over the weekend. As always, click on the headline to read the full story.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is holding its 191st Annual General Conference from April 3-4. This blog summarizes the key points from each session.
Speaking at the Sunday afternoon session at the 191st Annual General Conference of the church, President Russell M. Nelson announced plans for 20 more temples around the world — including one in Smithfield, Utah.
Christianity's most joyous feast day was celebrated worldwide with the faithful spaced apart in pews and singing choruses of "Hallelujah" through face coverings on a second Easter Sunday marked by pandemic precautions.
According to the executive director of Salt Lake City-based Utahns Against Hunger, food insecurity over the last year has doubled.
Warmer weather could bring increased danger to Utah's backcountry this weekend, and avalanche forecasters warned the snow already on the ground could come down in large slabs.
The No. 6-seeded Red Rocks were unstoppable and never trailed as they recorded a season-high 197.925 to edge out the top-seeded No. 3 LSU Tigers (197.750) Saturday night in the Salt Lake City Regional at the Maverik Center.
BYU, Utah, Utah Valley and Weber State all heard their names called into the 48-team bracket for the 2020 tournament, which was announced Sunday on ESPNU.
Utah led by as many as 42 in the first half, sank an NBA record 18 3s in the opening half, and Donovan Mitchell was out of the game by the first timeout of the third quarter.
There are blowouts, then there are blowouts.
Haley Jones scored 17 points and Stanford beat Arizona 54-53, giving the Cardinal and their Hall of Fame coach their first national championship since 1992 on Sunday night.
The club formalized the signing of former U.S. men's national team striker Bobby Wood on Friday, and the 28-year-old forward most recently of Hamburg in Germany's 2. Bundesliga immediately set out to project the sale to media both local and national.