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Lori Vallow Daybell is ruled competent

What are the latest updates with the Daybell case?

Sunday afternoon session: Covenants and conversion

To close general conference, leaders of the Church gave messages focusing on maximizing gospel living and staying on the covenant path.

Opinion: ‘Dear Bishop, general conference was boring…’

A rundown of all the definitely-not-boring messages in the Saturday afternoon session of the 192nd annual general conference.

T-Mobile invests in Rexburg

Rexburg has been accepted into the T-Mobile Hometown Grant program. T-Mobile's first grant is going toward a new out-door stage behind the Romance Theater.

Sunday morning session: Promises from prophets, seers and revelators

Here are some suggestions for a better life from general authorities.

BYU-I Choir sings at Saturday afternoon session of 192nd Annual General Conference

BYU-Idaho Choir makes a powerful appearance in general conference.

Women’s session: Fulfilling our full potential

"If you are willing, the Holy Ghost will guide you. Our Heavenly Father wants you to become His heir and receive all that He has."

Finding light in the darkest of places: Operation Underground Railroad

While fighting against evil in their daily lives, two individuals find light in the most unholy places.

Areas to explore during your time at general conference

The area surrounding Temple Square and the Conference Center has many spiritually uplifting areas to learn about the Church's history and growth.

Idaho governor signs Texas-like abortion bill

The new law allows family members to sue abortion providers.

Highlights from Kentaji Brown Jackson’s confirmation hearing

Progress to confirm the first Black woman to the Supreme Court is underway.

Official notice: gratitude and commitments

The university released an official notice reminding students of the importance of the Honor Code.

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Column: How “Under the Banner of Heaven” desecrates the name of the Church

Hollywood is known for exaggerating true stories into more fiction than fact. This time, they've done it with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

What campus has to offer for family history work

Get to know the exclusive resources BYU-Idaho offers its students.

Spring cleaning at the University Store

A clearance sale at BYU-Idaho's University Store is being held from May 16 through May 21.

The Spotlight: Caleb Payne

NATAS North West Scholarship awarded $15,000 to Caleb Payne, a BYU-I student, for the second year in a row.