More BYU Honor Code intrigue, USU sex assault controversy

(Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) Statue of Brigham Young on the BYU campus in Provo, Friday, Dec. 7, 2018.

Newly released records reveal that it was “standard practice” for Brigham Young University police to help with Honor Code surveillance at the school — including sharing records held by the Provo Police Department.

Utah State University’s police chief resigns after a recording shows he made controversial comments to football players about sexual assault claims from Latter-day Saint women.

Months after the state auditor rebuked the Uintah County Commission for financial mismanagement, questions persist about how coronavirus relief money was spent.

And the not-so-great news we’ve learned about the omicron variant, and what it says about our COVID-19 future.

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