BYU students are dealing with inflation
Students have been budgeting and cutting costs to cope with inflation spikes.
Record-breaking snowpack affects spring recreation
The high snowpack this winter has caused avalanches, flooding and trail closures, forcing some people to adjust their spring and summer plans.
Provo continues its goal of planting 1,000 trees across the city
Representatives of the city of Provo are planting 1,000 trees as part of a goal to move toward a more sustainable future.
Utah toddler struck by stray bullet, suspect found
Police located a suspect involved in the shooting of a toddler in Spanish Fork's Leap Ahead Daycare on Monday, May 22.
Sales companies set up in Utah to recruit students, returned missionaries
Summer sales is a popular job for students in Utah, as sales companies like to recruit both college students and returned missionaries.
BYU Texans reflect on Uvalde shooting one year later
On May 24, 2022, an 18-year-old shot and killed 19 elementary school children, two teachers and wounded 17 others in Uvalde, Texas.