COVID infects well-known Utahns

Above the Scroll, Academics, Mobile, Mywebermedia Slider, News, Utah

As of April 13, the Utah Government portal reports a total of 2,303 cases of coronavirus. Among those cases are politicians, businessmen and businesswomen and sports players. Robert Garff, 78, […]

Left behind

Features, Mobile, Mywebermedia Slider, Photo essay, Signpost Slider

I spend a lot of my time walking around Salt Lake City. Recently, I have started noticing things I haven’t seen before. These photos encapsulate those things we leave behind […]

The artists of FanX

Arts & Entertainment, Utah

Salt Lake City’s 12th semi-annual FanX convention attracted artists and guests from around the world, featuring a wide range of festivities from plushies to tattoos. The Ink Alliance, an international […]

Court date set to finalize DUI for WSU star

Sports

Weber State University star running back Josh Davis’ legal proceedings regarding a 2018 Driving Under the Influence (DUI) heads towards a verdict next month. On April 20, 2018, Davis was […]

The art of the pop-up experience

Arts & Entertainment, Utah, Visual Arts

Niche pop-up art experiences have attracted young, social media-driven people around the world recently. Art installations dedicated to ice cream, candy, selfies and death have surfaced, giving people non-traditional backgrounds […]

Human trafficking hits close to home

Campus Events, Features, News, Police/Crime, Utah

The youngest human trafficking victim in Utah is 9 years old. While many do not want to believe these things occur in their backyard, human trafficking is not exclusive to […]