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A Utah judge told a former licensed social worker who has pleaded guilty to forcible sexual abuse of a 16-year-old female patient that his acts were "utterly reprehensible."
The newest Utah polygamous family featured in a reality TV show says sharing their story with a wide audience has been liberating.
One of Utah's most notable liquor laws is again sparking friction in the state Legislature.
The Mormon Church is pushing back against the notion that members of the faith are taught they'll get their own planet in the afterlife, a misconception popularized in pop culture most recently by the Broadway show "The Book of Mormon."
Mormons in the United States are heavily concentrated in the West, with Utah having by far the most members, a new Gallup survey shows.
Initial tests of white powder that was found Friday in an envelope and prompted the partial evacuation of a Mormon church office building revealed the substance was not dangerous or explosive, authorities said.
A coalition of religious organizations has come together to urge a federal appeals court to uphold same-sex marriage bans in Utah and Oklahoma, saying unions between a man and woman are best for children, families and society.
Religious leaders of multiple faiths and farmers in Nevada and Utah turned to prayer this weekend for help easing severe drought conditions gripping the West.
A lawmaker in Utah is pushing to tear down a massive wall that's stood between consumers and their liquor — a strictly enforced law that requires drinkers to order food with their alcoholic beverages.
Utah's so-called Zion curtain would be torn down and customers wouldn't have to order food to get a drink if one lawmaker has his way in loosening the state's famously strict liquor laws.
A Utah lawmaker has proposed scaling back some of Utah's famously strict liquor laws just days after the Mormon church urged legislators to keep existing regulations in place.
A lawsuit claims a Mormon church camp coordinator molested two boys who were sent to Maui to pick pineapples decades ago.
The Mormon church has issued a sweeping defense of Utah's famously strict liquor laws, drawing a line against tourism, restaurant and bar industry advocates who have helped ease alcohol regulations in recent years.
There was no fist-pumping or wild celebrations by the polygamous family that stars in the TLC reality TV show "Sister Wives" when a federal judge in Utah struck down key parts of the state's polygamy laws.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The Mormon church is telling its local leaders that same-sex wedding ceremonies and receptions are prohibited in their churches.