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Media gets first look inside newly renovated Jordan River Temple

Sam Penrod, KSL TV  |  Posted   Mar 13th - 11:18am

One of the largest temples belonging to the LDS Church will open to the public later this week. But on Monday, members of the media got an early look at the newly renovated Jordan River Temple in South Jordan.

LDS Church showcases how technology is used to share its message worldwide

Sam Penrod, KSL TV  |  Posted   Mar 12th - 6:19pm

Mormon missionaries have been doing more proselytizing online than ever, and 600 missionaries assigned to 20 visitor centers around the world spend their days chatting with prospective converts online.

Utah Legislature passes resolution honoring late LDS Church President Thomas S. Monson

Dennis Romboy, KSL  |  Posted   Feb 16th - 8:55am

The Utah Legislature unanimously passed a resolution Thursday honoring the late LDS Church President Thomas S. Monson.

President Dallin H. Oaks, President Henry B. Eyring called to the First Presidency

Josh Furlong,  |  Posted   Jan 16th - 9:17pm

Newly called LDS Church President Russell M. Nelson called President Dallin H. Oaks and President Henry B. Eyring to the First Presidency, which is the highest governing body of the church, on Tuesday.

‘I knew you would come:’ President Monson remembered for selfless service

Liesl Nielsen,  |  Posted   Jan 12th - 7:04pm

Thousands gathered Friday afternoon for funeral proceedings honoring President Monson, who served as the leader of the LDS Church for nearly a decade.

President Monson remembered for his love, service

Linda Williams, and Carter Williams,  |  Posted   Jan 3rd - 10:06am

People around the world reacted to news of the death of LDS Church President Thomas S. Monson on social media beginning early Wednesday morning.

'Return with honor': Elder Robert D. Hales dies at 85

Celeste Tholen,  |  Posted   Oct 1st - 11:59pm

Robert Dean Hales died Sunday at the age of 85, according to officials from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Start a new trend: How to increase civility in your everyday conversation

Angie Denison  |  Posted   Oct 1st - 1:30pm

Civility, or the lack of it, is a worldwide issue. The way we communicate has deteriorated horribly. Despite this trend toward negativity, there are voices working to change the communication — to make it more civil. We highlight these voices.

Mormons in the minority: A look at LDS life outside of Utah

Angie Denison  |  Posted   Oct 1st - 1:00pm

In Utah, Mormons are the majority. But what’s it like to live is a country where members are a rarity or where most people have never heard of Jesus Christ? Members in many lands share the story of conversion of people from various countries.

An Artistic Vision

Angie Denison, KSL  |  Posted   Oct 1st - 12:30pm

KSL Arts and Religion Specialist Carole Mikita shares the humble beginning of a new arts movement in New York City and the talented individuals leading the charge.

Family History 2.0: A New Generation of Genealogy

Keri Wilcox, KSL  |  Posted   Oct 1st - 12:00pm

Join program host Michelle King as she navigates the ever-changing world of genealogy research. Family History 2.0 showcases a new generation of genealogy research.

Gift of Freedmen’s records helps African Americans connect to their roots

Keri Wilcox  |  Posted   Oct 1st - 9:00am

The Freedmen’s Bureau Project has changed the very fabric of genealogy for African Americans. “Connecting Roots” explains the history behind this project and the personal stories about why this is so meaningful for so many families.

How a call 'to the rescue' inspired Utahns in a year's worth of service to refugees

Candice Madsen  |  Posted   Sep 30th - 4:00pm

It’s been one year since members of the LDS Church were called upon to reach out to refugees. See how this call to service has inspired many people to step outside their comfort zones to help those most in need.

Choosing happy

Angie Denison  |  Posted   Sep 30th - 1:30pm

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

LDS News and World Report

Sep 30th - 1:30pm

This one-hour semi-annual report explores some of the major news events around the world pertaining to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

50 Years of Miracles

Sam Penrod, KSL TV  |  Posted   Sep 30th - 1:00pm

Join KSL News Specialist Sam Penrod as he explores "50 Years of Miracles," the story of the Mormon Miracle Pageant in Manti, Utah.

LDS general conference blog: Sunday afternoon session  |  Posted   Sep 30th - 12:36pm

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will hold the 187th Semiannual General Conference on Sept. 23 and Sept. 30-Oct. 1.

Where you can go for uplifting general conference content this weekend

Angie Denison, KSL  |  Posted   Sep 29th - 12:17pm

Once again, KSL-TV will provide original programming between sessions of LDS General Conference. These programs are full of inspiring stories that will uplift and inform the viewers. These programs will air during October Conference weekend.

Pres. Monson, Elder Hales to be absent at LDS general conference

Josh Furlong,  |  Posted   Sep 28th - 3:06pm

Elder Robert D. Hales of the LDS Church’s Quorum of the Twelve Apostles was hospitalized earlier this week, according to church officials.

UTA adds TRAX trips for LDS general conference  |  Posted   Sep 26th - 6:28pm

The Utah Transit Authority will run extra TRAX trips and have longer trains along the Blue and Green lines Saturday and Sunday to help ferry people to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ 187th Semiannual General Conference.