‘This next year is your rookie season’ — Donovan Mitchell gives University of Utah commencement speech

As Donovan Mitchell addressed thousands of University of Utah graduates at their virtual commencement Thursday evening, the star Jazz guard shared what he’d learned from … Continue reading

Salt Lake City’s proposed budget includes support for policing, affordable housing and a new park. Here are the highlights.

As Salt Lake City emerges from a year marked by economic uncertainty, a reckoning with racial injustice and an ongoing public health crisis, Mayor Erin … Continue reading

Utah Jazz’s ‘frustrating night’: Loss to Suns, season sweep, falling to second place … not taking the game seriously?

Much as Utah Jazz fans are losing it over their team getting swept this season by the Phoenix Suns and falling into second place in … Continue reading

The Triple Team: The difference between how Jazz fans, coaches and players react to 2 losses to the Timberwolves

Three thoughts on the Utah Jazz’s 105-104 loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves from Salt Lake Tribune Jazz beat writer Andy Larsen. 1. How fans react … Continue reading

Utah Jazz fall victim to Wolves’ aggressive, swarming, switching defense for a second time. How big a problem is it?

Following Saturday morning’s shootaround, Utah Jazz guard Jordan Clarkson was asked to reflect on the team’s first meeting with the Minnesota Timberwolves this season — … Continue reading

BYU men’s volleyball: Top-seeded Cougars sweep Pepperdine for MPSF crown, make case for a No. 1 seed in NCAA Tourney

BYU’s Davide Gardini turns and celebrates as BYU defeats Pepperdine in the finals of the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Championship, at the Smith Field House … Continue reading

Weber State football has experienced many firsts this season. Will reaching the FCS championship game be another one?

In this weird season, Weber State football has seen more than its share of firsts. And for the most part, that’s a good thing. Playing … Continue reading

Historian D. Michael Quinn, who was booted from the LDS Church as part of the ‘September Six’ but remained a believer, dies at 77

D. Michael Quinn was once among Mormonism’s most celebrated historians, lauded for his memory, work ethic and charisma — even prompting predictions that he would … Continue reading