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David Noyce

Managing editor, News

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  • (Rick Egan   | Tribune file photo)                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Scouts from Eagle Mountain work on a service project in this 2010 file photo. Q & A about Mormonism’s moves away from Scouting
    Is the LDS Church pulling out of Scouting? Not entirely. The Utah-based faith will continue to sponsor Cub Scout packs and Boy Scout troops for boys ...
    Updated May 11 2017 09:29 pm   |     |   Share

  • (Al Hartmann   |  Tribune file photo)   Temple Square with Tabernacle, Salt Lake Temple, LDS Conference Center, Joseph Smith Building and LDS Church Office Building seen from high angle above South Temple and West Temple on March 22, 2011 Mormon church vows to stay neutral in partisan politics — despite Trump’s order
    President Donald Trump’s latest executive order may give tax-exempt religious organizations the green light for greater political involvement, but don...
    Updated May 05 2017 10:18 am   |     |   Share

  • Photo courtesy The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Jean B. Bingham, the new general president of the Relief Society of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, spoke at the United Nations in New York City Thursday, April 13, 2017, on the Church’s humanitarian efforts during a faith-based “Focus on Faith” panel discussion. New Mormon women’s leader preaches the value of interfaith aid in U.N. speech
    A mere 12 days after assuming her new role, Jean B. Bingham stepped to the dais Thursday to make her first major speech as head of the LDS Church’s wo...
    Updated Apr 14 2017 10:13 am   |     |   Share

  • (Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune)   Salt Lake Tribune digital editor Rachel Piper, left, reporters Jessica Miller, Erin Alberty, Alex Stuckey and Managing Editor Sheila McCann celebrate as The Salt Lake Tribune)   wins its second Pulitzer Prize in its nearly 150-year history Monday, earning the nod in local reporting for its groundbreaking investigation of rape at Utah colleges. Salt Lake Tribune wins Pulitzer for campus rape coverage, praises victims for sharing their stories
    What began with a brave college student and continued with a band of tenacious journalists resulted Monday in a Pulitzer Prize for The Salt Lake Tribu...
    Updated Apr 28 2017 10:20 am   |     |   Share

  • (Al Hartmann  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)   A homeless man covers up with his sleeping bag from the pounding rain Monday March 27 to use pedestian crosswalk at 200 South to cross from the Gateway mall back to the homeless shelter at Rio Grande Street. Salt Lake City and the Utah Transit Authority plan to close the mid-block pedestrian crossing. Officials say the move is about public safety, but the project comes at the urging of the Gateway owners. Top Mormon leaders call caring for the homeless a defining moment
    For months, some of Utah’s most powerful institutions — governments, business alliances, civic groups and more — have been discussing, debating, dicke...
    Updated Apr 13 2017 07:40 pm   |     |   Share