Daily Archives: March 28, 2014

Putin llamó a Obama para hablar de una propuesta estadounidense sobre Ucrania

El presidente estadounidense “sugirió” a Rusia que ponga por escrito su respuesta

Putin llamó a Obama para hablar de una propuesta estadounidense sobre Ucrania

From the web: Lindsey Stirling

Lindsey Stirling, affectionately dubbed the “Hip-hop Violinist” after her time on the hit television show America’s Got Talent, is well-known for her ability to mash catchy music with epic vio…

From the web: Lindsey Stirling

Orem to conduct citizen survey on services

Genelle Pugmire

Orem to conduct citizen survey on services

No challengers in 1 of every 11 legislative races

SALT LAKE CITY — Incumbent lawmakers are running for re-election without any challengers in one of every 11 races for the Utah Legislature this year.

No challengers in 1 of every 11 legislative races

Liberal Hall restoration preserves history

Liberal Hall restoration preserves Mt. Pleasant history

Liberal Hall restoration preserves history

Tribunal venezolano niega apelación para liberar a Leopoldo López

En medio de un masivo mitin en el este de Caracas, López se entregó a la justicia el pasado 18 de febrero y desde entonces permanece recluido en la cárcel

Tribunal venezolano niega apelación para liberar a Leopoldo López

1 dead, another critical in 14-car highway pileup

MORGAN — The Utah Highway Patrol says one woman is dead and another person is in critical condition Friday after a 14-car pileup on a slick highway in northern Utah.

1 dead, another critical in 14-car highway pileup

UVU honors faculty and staff

Utah Valley University has honored some of its own with the annual Trustees Awards of Excellence and Presidential Awards.

UVU honors faculty and staff

Utah mountain fugitive set to take plea deal

SALT LAKE CITY — A wilderness fugitive accused of burglarizing remote cabins across Utah is scheduled to take a plea deal in early April on federal firearm charges.

Utah mountain fugitive set to take plea deal

UTA accidents dip, crime rates level amid growth

SALT LAKE CITY — New figures from the Utah Transit Authority show the state’s light rail and bus system logged fewer accidents in 2013 than the year before, despite expanding service with four…

UTA accidents dip, crime rates level amid growth