Richard Elliott plays the Salt Lake Tabernacle Organ


A 1967 Holtkamp Organ is the featured instrument at the annual Campbell Organ Festival in Logan. Richard Elliott, principal organist for the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, will be performing a few of his original works in the recently renovated Daines Concert Hall on the Utah State University campus this Friday.

A group of residents living in a community near southern Utah's Zion National Park are concerned about a proposed plan to pave and widen a local road. Washington County and Utah Department of Transportation officials are holding an information meeting about the plan on Friday and predict it will be greeted by protestors.

Utah Rock-Hiding Group Creates Geocache-like App

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A Facebook search for "rock hiding groups" will bring up community pages from around the country. These groups encourage people to hide rocks they’ve painted and then post clues on social media for others to find.

Rep. Rob Bishop Votes Yes On Bill Aimed To Improve School's Safety

U.S. Representative Rob Bishop has voted in favor of a house resolution, which will provide funding to make public schools more safe. 

Mitt Romney meets with USU students
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Students on the Utah State University Logan campus had an opportunity to shake hands with a former governor, Olympic organizer and past presidential candidate Wednesday.


“This is just the beginning,” West High School Liz Love told the crowd gathered in front of the school. “Today, by walking out, we are telling our leaders and our lawmakers that we are watching and we are listening and we demand change.”

A Utah bill that would have allowed for the importation of cheaper pharmaceutical drugs into the United States was debated during the 2018 legislative session. House bill 163 failed, but there is an increased interest by some companies to find market-driven ways to bring down the cost of medications

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Our series LGBTQ: Off The Grid, explores the far corners of Utah where lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender people, and those questioning their sexuality are often isolated and unseen. In this story, a family turns a Mormon tradition on its head to create a gathering place for LGBTQ teenagers. 

An above view of Tyler Rasmuson's piece for the Reflections contest
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A dozen students from Cache Valley were recognized this year at the state level of the Parent Teacher Association Reflections program. 

Congress has approved $150 million annual for type 1 diabetes research through the Special Diabetes Program.

Advocates of research to treat and cure Type 1 Diabetes are meeting with members of Congress this week. A Utah mother from Riverton is in Washington, D.C. to share her 13-year-old son's story. While there, Stacey Warnick will encourage continued federal funding for programs that she hopes will lead to a cure of the metabolic disease.


The 4-part UPR Original Series LGBTQ: Off The Grid explores the often unseen and unaddressed aspects of rural life for LGBTQ individuals and their families.

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A former Cornell University student has been charged with four federal crimes after an abundance of weapons was allegedly found in his Ithaca, N.Y., apartment.

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Before Washington, D.C., had fully processed the late-night firing of Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe, who was let go by Attorney General Jeff Sessions less than 48 hours before his planned retirement after more than two decades of service to the bureau, the saga took several new, head-spinning turns Saturday.

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