Daily Archives: January 21, 2014

Officials ID man dead after walking onto I-15

DRAPER — Authorities have identified a 19-year-old Draper man who died after walking into traffic on Interstate 15.

Officials ID man dead after walking onto I-15

Obstruction case against Benjamin Rettig on hold

PROVO– Benjamin Rettig entered a not guilty plea to one count of obstruction of justice, a second-degree felony, but his case is now on hold pending an appeal to the Utah Court of Appeals.

Obstruction case against Benjamin Rettig on hold

Government accuses military moving company of fraud

COLUMBIA, S.C. — A company that handles moves for some military members in South Carolina and Georgia is being accused of inflating costs and overbilling the federal government, allegations th…

Government accuses military moving company of fraud

Nueva droga hizo que un adolescente se cortara los genitales

El Meow Meow, o mefedrona, es un estimulante fuerte que está llamando la atención de las autoridades europeas y estadounidenses

Nueva droga hizo que un adolescente se cortara los genitales

Report: No seat belt used in a third of traffic fatalities

SALT LAKE CITY- Nearly a third of all deaths on Utah roads in 2013 can be blamed on the people involved not wearing a seat belt.

Report: No seat belt used in a third of traffic fatalities

Lee to give Tea Party response to State of the Union

Sen. Mike Lee will give the Tea Party’s response to President Barack Obama’s State of the Union speech next week.

Lee to give Tea Party response to State of the Union

El mundo en imágenes (21/1)

Fragmentos de lo que sucedió en el mundo hoy

El mundo en imágenes (21/1)

Japón enfrenta polémica por matanza “tradicional” de delfines

El ritual que se realiza en el pueblo pesquero de Taiji genera tensión diplomática entre Japón y Estados Unidos. Activistas en todo el mundo denuncian una “masacre”

Japón enfrenta polémica por matanza “tradicional” de delfines

Putnam Says Florida Needs Statewide Water Policy

LAKELAND | Florida’s economy on several fronts is improving faster than in other states, Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam told an audience at a Community Leader Forum today sponsored by the GrayRobinson law firm.

Putnam Says Florida Needs Statewide Water Policy

Grandpa: Spanish Fork murder-suicide deaths ‘unimaginable’

SPANISH FORK — A relative of the five people dead in a Spanish Fork murder-suicide called the killings “unimaginable” and says he’s angry “like you wouldn’t believe” at his son-in-law for the act.

Grandpa: Spanish Fork murder-suicide deaths ‘unimaginable’