Media focuses on LGBT reaction to BYU’s Honor Code update

News media paid swift attention to BYU's announcement it has updated its Honor Code and put the spotlight on reaction from the LGBT community. The New York Times, Washington Post and USA Today are among media that carried a story by the Associated Press that carried the headline "Mormon-owned BYU eases rules on 'homosexual behavior'." BYU later implied the characterization was overreaching.
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HB17: Utah lawmakers looking to change how congressional vacancies are filled

U.S. Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, sent Utah into a frenzy when he announced that he would resign from Congress in June 2017....

HB 18: Regulations proposed for growing hemp harvested from cannabis plant

An Orem lawmaker wants to tighten regulations on growers of hemp, a fiber extracted from the cannabis plant, but also can be...

SJR1: Resolution would pave way for grant to improve communication about...

A Utah Legislature joint resolution aims to improve communication between physicians and health care workers about older Utahns as they transition from...


https://youtu.be/R5jusKwslSQ Maddie Reber talks with Betsy Mikesell about her bedding product "Beddy's."

Super Bowl Sunday: America’s ‘unofficial’ holiday

Super Bowl Sunday, America's unofficial holiday, will be on Feb. 2. The 54th annual Super Bowl (Super Bowl LIV) will be at the Hard Rock Stadium in Florida where the Kansas City Chiefs will play the San Francisco 49ers.