Daily Archives: September 4, 2014

Utah Walmart workers say self-defense got them fired

SALT LAKE CITY — A group of fired Wal-Mart workers in Utah is fighting a store policy they say leaves them powerless to defend themselves even if their lives are at risk.

Utah Walmart workers say self-defense got them fired

‘Bombshell bandit’ suspect makes court appearance

ST. GEORGE — A woman suspected of being the “Bombshell Bandit” who robbed banks in three states has made her initial appearance in federal court in St. George, Utah.

‘Bombshell bandit’ suspect makes court appearance

Murió la presentadora de TV Joan Rivers

En su programa “Fashion Police”, la implacable y ocurrente comediante tenía la última palabra sobre lo que estaba bien o mal llevado en las alfombras rojas

Murió la presentadora de TV Joan Rivers

Las consecuencias de la guerra: los amputados de Gaza

Vea el video de cómo cientos de palestinos deben aprender a vivir con un miembro menos

Las consecuencias de la guerra: los amputados de Gaza

Murray man accused of trapping kittens in garbage

SALT LAKE CITY — A Murray man faces five counts of animal torture after police say he trapped kittens on sticky paper and threw them in the garbage.

Murray man accused of trapping kittens in garbage

Los amputados de Gaza

Tras la sangrienta guerra entre Israel y Hamas, cientos de palestinos deben ahora aprender a vivir con un miembro menos

Los amputados de Gaza

Springville Museum of Art looking for volunteers

SPRINGVILLE — The Springville Museum of Art is looking for volunteers who love art and want to share that love with visitors.

Springville Museum of Art looking for volunteers

New technology to connect Pleasant Grove residents to public safety department

PLEASANT GROVE – “If we can’t reach you, we can’t alert you.”

New technology to connect Pleasant Grove residents to public safety department

Three Nights in the Valley

Enjoy all the area has to offer this weekend with our quick daily tips: three nights in the Utah Valley.

Three Nights in the Valley

Annual ‘Orem Reads’ celebration kicks off with party and poetry

Though the summer months may be winding down and students across the valley are heading back to school, the Orem Public Library is making sure there’s still time for families to practice their…

Annual ‘Orem Reads’ celebration kicks off with party and poetry