These Latinas helped create 5,000 small businesses in Utah – most of which are minority owned

The President and CEO of the Suazo Business Center, Silvia Castro, left, and the founder of the Center, Gladys Gonzalez. Through their work with the Suazo Business Center, the two women have helped about 5,000 small businesses in Utah. (Courtesy of Silvia Castro and Gladys Gonzalez) Estimated reading time: 8-9 minutes West Valley – The … Read more

Utah author shares moving stories of spiritual revival in new book

Estimated reading time: 5-6 minutes life is a journey. For many Christian believers—including members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints—part of that journey is aimed at spiritual rebirth at some point. “The journey of faith is a journey that has a purpose. It is that end that leads the diligent seeker to … Read more

Colin Young Paul Sexton is ready to ride in Utah

Estimated reading time: 4-5 minutes SALT LAKE CITY – Colin Sexton earned the nickname “Young Bowl” in his junior year of high school in Atlanta due to his strong brand of basketball. Now with a new team, Sexton is looking to bring the same hard working attitude to a Utah Jazz team in dire need … Read more

Wildlife officials have allowed hundreds of baby pheasants to die – critics say there’s a bigger problem

The following story was reported by Utah Investigative Journalism Project in partnership with The Salt Lake Tribune. Less than two weeks after the Utah Department of Wildlife Resources (DWR) received a shipment of 500 baby birds in June, “approximately 470″ chicks were found dead in their pens. Young dead birds accounted for more than a … Read more