Utah goes back to previous provider to fix school testing

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah’s top education officials are returning to the standardized school testing company they left a year ago, after cancelling a contract with a company whose system led to technological glitches.

Utah goes back to previous provider to fix school testing

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Provo Municipal Council approves 2020 budget with top priority of police staffing

The Provo Municipal Council has accepted the 2020 fiscal year budget after several months of presentations, discussions and a few minor tweaks in requests and revenue transfers.

Provo Municipal Council approves 2020 budget with top priority of police staffing

Man charged with sexually abusing young girl in Provo

An Illinois man who reportedly sexually abused a young girl in Provo while babysitting is facing felony charges.

Man charged with sexually abusing young girl in Provo

Bear sighted in Springville day after another bear disturbs Boy Scout camp

A black bear has been spotted roaming near the mountain foothills near Springville, according to the Springville Department of Public Safety.

Bear sighted in Springville day after another bear disturbs Boy Scout camp

United under the “G” for 2019 Strawberry Days

Both longtime, generational Pleasant Grove residents and newcomers are welcome and united under the “G.” “United Under the ‘G’” is the 2019 Strawberry Days theme, and the committee hopes that everyone comes out to celebrate at the longest-running celebration in…

United under the “G” for 2019 Strawberry Days

American Fork looks to build $25 million broadband infrastructure

Roughly 96% of American Fork residents have internet access, according to Mayor Brad Frost. But Frost believes the city can do better.

American Fork looks to build $25 million broadband infrastructure

Highland approves public safety funding after debate about ‘open space’ fees

Highland City Council met Tuesday night to vote on a way to raise funds for Lone Peak Public Safety, but the meeting mostly ended up as a debate about the fees residents of “open space” neighborhoods have to pay.

Highland approves public safety funding after debate about ‘open space’ fees

Utah County republicans cheer on Trump campaign announcement

About 100 members of the Utah County Republican Party eagerly watched and cheered alongside a video feed Tuesday as President Donald Trump announced his plans to run for reelection in 2020.

Utah County republicans cheer on Trump campaign announcement

Spanish Fork toddler ‘miraculously’ at home after falling from second-story window

A 3-year-old boy is at home after he fell from a second-story window and landed on a cement driveway on June 11.

Spanish Fork toddler ‘miraculously’ at home after falling from second-story window

Saratoga Springs 4th worst city to drive in in Utah

We have all heard the stereotype that Utah has bad drivers, and there’s plenty of evidence to prove it.

Saratoga Springs 4th worst city to drive in in Utah