Running for a reason: BYU’s Rex Lee Run funds cancer research

Everyone who crosses the finish line at the BYU Rex Lee Run is running for a reason. Some use the 5K/10K race to train for a longer race. Some like that it’s a fun activity to do with family a…

Running for a reason: BYU’s Rex Lee Run funds cancer research

Marvel Universe LIVE! delivers a show of heroic proportions

Last night was a big change for me. Though I’ve been to the Vivint Smart Home Arena for an ample number of Feld Entertainment-produced events in the past (think Barnum and Bailey Circus and, o…

Marvel Universe LIVE! delivers a show of heroic proportions

Prosecutors say Orem man convicted of murdering wife should not get new trial

About six months after defense attorneys filed a 448-page motion, state prosecutors have filed a 200-page response, detailing why an Orem man, convicted of murdering his wife in 2012, should n…

Prosecutors say Orem man convicted of murdering wife should not get new trial

LDS Church officials criticize new water testing rules

SALT LAKE CITY — An attorney representing the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints says a state proposal to increase water monitoring would cost them $40,000 a month.

LDS Church officials criticize new water testing rules

Parent center pampers caregivers of kids with special needs

Parents of children with special needs were finally on the receiving end of special treatment themselves on Thursday in Spanish Fork, thanks to representatives from Nebo School District and Ut…

Parent center pampers caregivers of kids with special needs

UVU President Matthew Holland shares love of Lincoln on leader’s birthday

From the time he was a child, Utah Valley University president Matthew Holland has admired Abraham Lincoln. 

UVU President Matthew Holland shares love of Lincoln on leader’s birthday

My Pet’s Animal Hospital in Lakeland wins Regional Business Award

A Lakeland company landed a big honor Thursday night.

My Pet’s Animal Hospital in Lakeland wins Regional Business Award

Long time award-winning Daily Herald journalist retires after 30 years

Barbara Christiansen is retiring after nearly 30 years as a journalist, 40 years if you count her time with KBYU.

Long time award-winning Daily Herald journalist retires after 30 years

Panel OKs bill adding LGBT protections to hate crime law

SALT LAKE CITY — A Utah Senate committee has approved a proposal adding protections for gay and transgender people to the state’s hate crime law.

Panel OKs bill adding LGBT protections to hate crime law

2 parole officials quit after Utah governor announces review

SALT LAKE CITY — Two top parole officials in Utah resigned Thursday after the governor announced he’s reviewing the system amid revelations that three parolees have walked away from a Salt Lak…

2 parole officials quit after Utah governor announces review

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