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Utah museum unveils yet another dino-mite discovery from Utah’s Grand Staircase

Brian Maffly By Brian Maffly 2d ago

BYU’s unofficial LGBTQ club has changed its name to reflect ‘all different types of sexuality and gender identity’

Courtney Tanner By Courtney Tanner 3d ago

BYU will appeal judge’s ruling that its police department should be subject to Utah’s open-records laws

Jessica Miller By Jessica Miller 4d ago

MGM Resorts files lawsuits against Las Vegas massacre victims — including 5 Utahns — saying it has ‘no liability of any kind’

By Mark Berman | The Washington Post 4d ago

Florida school shooting survivors and local March For Our Lives members, going all in on gun reform, call out Utah’s leadership at Sandy town hall

Courtney Tanner By Courtney Tanner July 14

Students who opt out of testing will be counted as failing, after feds reject Utah’s requests for flexibility

Benjamin Wood By Benjamin Wood July 14

Utah movie theater cancels on Florida school shooting survivors, saying a planned town hall is ‘escalating into a potentially contentious situation’

Courtney Tanner By Courtney Tanner July 11

A Utah professor said he’d train for ‘American Ninja Warrior’ if his students’ robots could conquer his obstacle course. Now he’s competing on TV.

Sean P. Means By Sean P. Means July 8

She was worried how a ‘teacher of the year’ treated her 5-year-old son. So she made a secret recording.

By Erin B. Logan | The Washington Post July 7

She was raped at a Utah State University fraternity. Now the school will pay her $250K and she’ll help improve its response to campus sexual assault.

Courtney Tanner By Courtney Tanner July 5

LGBTQ students wanted to start a club. Three years later, BYU still hasn’t decided if the group will be recognized.

Courtney Tanner By Courtney Tanner July 2

Utah State demoted her after finding little had been done to combat ‘a pervasive culture of sexism.’ She resigned — and got a severance package.

Taylor Stevens By Taylor Stevens June 28

The University of Utah named a new health sciences leader to replace Vivian Lee, the controversial School of Medicine dean who resigned last year

Courtney Tanner By Courtney Tanner June 27

Western Governors University launches Ohio affiliate, marking the eighth such partnership for the Utah-based online college

By Kantele Franko | The Associated Press June 23

‘It just unlocked this whole family tree’: BYU students help find the living relatives of soldiers missing in action

Courtney Tanner By Courtney Tanner June 21

Utah school safety panel recommends confiscating guns in cases of ‘extreme risk’

Benjamin Wood By Benjamin Wood June 20

Kirby: At graduation ceremonies, how much flair is fair?

Robert Kirby By Robert Kirby June 20

A Utah student was wearing a Tongan ta’ovala cloth under his graduation gown. A school administrator told him he had to take it off — or he couldn’t walk across the stage.

Courtney Tanner By Courtney Tanner June 18

Drawn by Utah’s gun-friendly culture and politicians, survivors of Florida’s Parkland shooting are visiting to register young voters

Courtney Tanner By Courtney Tanner June 12

‘Lockdown, lockdown’ is a kindergarten nursery rhyme at Massachusetts school

By Allyson Chiu | The Washington Post June 9

5 months after being fired, Utah tech-college president offered $100,000 and a raise to take her job back

Benjamin Wood By Benjamin Wood June 7

Former MVP Jose Canseco is lending his prodigious biceps to a Utah high school’s athletic arms race

Eric Walden By Eric Walden June 1

Brewpub workers build bicycles for Utah kids

May 29

Scientists discover the fossilized skull of a mammal-like critter under a dinosaur’s foot in Utah — and then it gets even weirder

Courtney Tanner By Courtney Tanner May 29