College Station City Council may consider bike-share regulations with Texas A&M program primed to expand

As Ofo's yellow bicycles have become ubiquitous around the Texas A&M campus -- with a few thousand more on the way -- the city of College Station is studying potential regulations for dockless bike-sharing. The university's pilot program with the ...

A.M. notes: LDS Church meets with NAACP; Herriman forum talks teen suicide; NBA Draft prospect praise Salt Lake City

Leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints met with leaders from the NAACP on Thursday to call for an end to racial and ethnic prejudice, according to the Deseret News. The two sides met at the Church Administration Building near Temple ...

A.M. notes: The future of the Great Salt Lake; Pluralsight aims for high valuation; Violent crime up in Utah

The stock could go live May 17, according to “a mildly cryptic media invite that indicates company CEO Aaron Skonnard will be in New York City, and available for interviews, on that date,” the Deseret News reported. The company can’t make media ...