First Line News Articles for Thursday, March 21 2019
This All-American runner thought being a mom would end her career. Now, she says it makes her a better BYU athlete
Erica Birk-Jarvis may have been leading the pack of runners during the final third of last year’s West Coast Conference women’s cross-country championship race, but it wasn’t easy.
Lansing McLoskey had never written anything other than punk music. As a teenager, he had fallen in love with the electric guitar after purchasing one in a flea market for $15. Writing punk music had a very “do it yourself” kind of vibe, and it didn’t take long for him to give up piano lessons for the more popular genre.
A new video from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints follows a woman who experienced the traumatic pain of childhood abuse.
Strict anti-terrorism regulations passed in 2016 limit the activity of religious groups in Russia.
Mitt Romney, Utah governor and others react to release of Latter-day Saint volunteers from Russia detention
Two Latter-day Saint volunteers detained for nearly three weeks for allegedly teaching English without a license in Novorossiysk, Russia, have left for the United States and their families are rejoicing and expressing relief.