Several factors contribute to the high price of college education — the way college is financed, decreased federal funding for schools, and the fact that many students don’t understand how much they are really paying and what they are paying for. Some experts are pushing for change so that college education financing better serves students.

Sister Joy D. Jones, Primary General president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, gave a prayer at the National Day of Prayer celebration at the White House on Thursday morning.

The 150-year Golden Spike anniversary celebrates more than a historic railroad. This year, Utah’s Golden Spike festival focuses on the improvements the railroad made for all Americans, especially minority groups.

Salt Lake City’s Democrats showed up to the Depot event center Wednesday April 17 at an organizing event for presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren speak about her campaign.