Monthly Archives: February 2015

Criminal justice reform bill passes first hurdle

SALT LAKE CITY — A proposal that includes several reforms to Utah’s criminal justice system has passed its first hurdle in the statehouse.

Criminal justice reform bill passes first hurdle

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Los yihadistas no son “lobos solitarios”, según los expertos

Las células yihadistas que cometen atentados tienen contactos con organizaciones extremistas; un ejemplo es el caso de los hermanos Kouachi que realizaron el atentado contra la revista Charlie Hebdo

Los yihadistas no son “lobos solitarios”, según los expertos

Saturday forecast: Rain and snow showers likely

Saturday’s forecast calls for cloudy skies with a chance of snow showers in the morning. Then rain and snow showers are likely in the afternoon with little or no accumulation. The highs will b…

Saturday forecast: Rain and snow showers likely

Prison Relocation Commission: who are they and who controls the final decision?

SALT LAKE CITY – There is a lot of controversy, hearsay and for some, mystery involved with the selection of a prison relocation site. Others see no shroud of mystery, just politics.

Prison Relocation Commission: who are they and who controls the final decision?

Woman questioned after man found dead from shooting in Eagle Mountain

EAGLE MOUNTAIN — A man is dead after a shooting late Saturday night in what appears to be a domestic violence case.

Woman questioned after man found dead from shooting in Eagle Mountain

Encontraron narcotúnel que conectaba México con Estados Unidos

El corredor, que era propiedad del famoso narco Chapo Guzmán, cuenta con ventilación, electricidad y hasta un ascensor hidráulico

Encontraron narcotúnel que conectaba México con Estados Unidos

Officials meet with parents on suicide

HIGHLAND — The suicide this week of a Lone Peak High School student prompted a meeting of community leaders. The Friday evening event brought together city council members, school principals,…

Officials meet with parents on suicide

Ex-Gov. Rendell Touts Philly’s Way

Winter Haven’s assets and opportunities were lauded Friday as some of the reasons the city is well on its way to more economic development.

Ex-Gov. Rendell Touts Philly’s Way

Mulberry Chamber Has New Director

As the new executive director of the Greater Mulberry Chamber of Commerce, Madalyn Kissel said she sees a wealth of opportunities for the city, and she’s ready to go after each of them.

Mulberry Chamber Has New Director

EarthLinked Grows Business, Jobs

The leadership team members at EarthLinked Technologies Inc., now in its 35th year, say the company is hitting a new stride.

EarthLinked Grows Business, Jobs