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LDS Church announces more changes coming with Children and Youth Program during live broadcast

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced several changes pertaining to the new Children and Youth Program during a live broadcast for members ages 8 to 18 Sunday, held on Temple Square in Salt Lake City.

LDS Church announces more changes coming with Children and Youth Program during live broadcast

Prospective pilots get training in simulation program

ST. GEORGE (AP) — It’s a Wednesday afternoon in St. George, and some area high school students are gathering to practice their piloting skills.

Prospective pilots get training in simulation program

Utah Valley Educator of the Week: Jennifer Jacobsen

Jennifer Jacobsen, P.E. teacher at Willowcreek Middle School in the Alpine School District is this week’s Utah Valley Educator of the Week. Mrs. Jacobsen has been an exceptional teacher throughout her 44 years in education. Her classes are fun and…

Utah Valley Educator of the Week: Jennifer Jacobsen

Provo changes city code to help police deal with 400 confiscated guns being held

Provo’s Police Department is held to strict regulations when it comes to caring for and getting rid of confiscated guns.

Provo changes city code to help police deal with 400 confiscated guns being held

Hollywood couple brings unique men’s wedding ring business to Utah

When Michelle Luchese and Johnathan Ruggiero decided to get married after seven years of dating, they were both excited to pick out their wedding rings — until they found out stores didn’t stock anything in Ruggiero’s size, and the rings…

Hollywood couple brings unique men’s wedding ring business to Utah

LDS FamilySearch celebrates 125 years of genealogical research, massive growth

What started as a passing hobby or just a list of ancestor names in a family bible has burgeoned and blossomed with modern technology.

LDS FamilySearch celebrates 125 years of genealogical research, massive growth

‘I have never felt more attacked’: Latino Utahns feel the weight of Trump’s immigration policies

Antonella Packard was walking around University Place mall in Orem with a friend when a stranger abruptly interrupted their conversation. Packard, who is originally from Honduras, was speaking to her friend in Spanish, something the stranger took offense to. Packard…

‘I have never felt more attacked’: Latino Utahns feel the weight of Trump’s immigration policies

Utah Valley Student of the Week: Blake Jensen

Blake Jensen, a 9th grade student at Willowcreek Middle School in the Alpine School District is this week’s Utah Valley Student of the Week! Blake has been through a very difficult year of trials and loss. Those who do not…

Utah Valley Student of the Week: Blake Jensen

Cold case murder of Provo resident Marla Scharp in 1978 to be re-opened

A cold murder case from 1978 in Provo has been reopened and apparent evidence may show that Henry Lee Lucas, notorious serial murderer, did not commit the crime.

Cold case murder of Provo resident Marla Scharp in 1978 to be re-opened

Lindon looks for public input on updates for parks and recreation

Which parks are your favorites? How often do you use the trails and other recreation areas? What could be improved?

Lindon looks for public input on updates for parks and recreation