Daily Archives: May 1, 2015

Jury deliberating in trial of ATV protest riders

SALT LAKE CITY — A jury began deliberating Friday afternoon whether a southern Utah county commissioner and three others knowingly broke the law during an ATV protest ride last year through a …

Jury deliberating in trial of ATV protest riders

Former Provo High teacher charged with sexual abuse set for trial

PROVO — A former Provo High School teacher pleaded not guilty Thursday in Fourth District Court to numerous sex-related charges involving one of his students.

Former Provo High teacher charged with sexual abuse set for trial

Provo needs to reassess cost on new city building

PROVO — City administrators need to rethink how they are going to get a much-needed new city center in Provo and not ding residents for the cost of it at the same time.

Provo needs to reassess cost on new city building

Pony Express Elementary on lockdown after report of shooting in area

EAGLE MOUNTAIN — Parents of Pony Express Elementary School were told about 1 p.m. Friday that the school was locking down after a shooting was reported in the area.

Pony Express Elementary on lockdown after report of shooting in area

Report: Body found near Great Salt Lake is not missing Provo woman

PROVO — City officials in Provo have said the body found in a suitcase along Interstate 80 west of Salt Lake City is not that of a Provo woman who has been missing for more than two weeks.

Report: Body found near Great Salt Lake is not missing Provo woman

Caos en Milán por enfrentamientos entre Policía y manifestantes antisistema

Una protesta pacífica contra la Exposición Universal terminó con incidentes e importantes daños materiales en la capital lombardina

Caos en Milán por enfrentamientos entre Policía y manifestantes antisistema

LDS sister missionaries recovering from early morning assault in Chilean apartment

PROVO – Two sister missionaries for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints have received medical attention after being assaulted Thursday when their apartment in the Chile Concepcion …

LDS sister missionaries recovering from early morning assault in Chilean apartment

What is cro-knitting? Payson woman shares the trade

Brenda Reed has been doing handiwork all her life – probably since age 7. Now four children, 13 grandchildren and five great-grandsons later, Brenda is still at it. She’s sewn doll dresses on …

What is cro-knitting? Payson woman shares the trade

Provo mayor No. 1 in nation for government use of social media

PROVO — He’s been called over the top, innovative, crazy and tech savvy.

Provo mayor No. 1 in nation for government use of social media

Archaeologist discovers house, tool cache during Sandy dig

SANDY — It was the sight of out-of-place dark soil that led archaeologist Michael Hori to halt a gas company’s digging at a Sandy park.

Archaeologist discovers house, tool cache during Sandy dig