Daily Archives: May 2, 2015

#NiñaenPeligro: Amnistía Internacional pide por menor de 10 años embarazada

La madre reclama que su hija, supuestamente violada por su padrastro, pueda acceder a un aborto

#NiñaenPeligro: Amnistía Internacional pide por menor de 10 años embarazada

Pleasant Grove Police Department: Patrol, violence and DUIs

This is the second in a six-week series of articles detailing the experiences of Daily Herald correspondent Laura Giles as a participant of the Pleasant Grove Police Department’s Citizens’ Academy.

Pleasant Grove Police Department: Patrol, violence and DUIs

Shooting reported at Macey’s in Orem

OREM — Police are reporting a shooting in the parking lot of the Macey’s grocery store at 880 N. State St. in Orem. 

Shooting reported at Macey’s in Orem

Take a new route: Portion of BYU’s Campus Drive closes

PROVO — Brigham Young University is continuing the Campus Drive redesign project this summer.

Take a new route: Portion of BYU’s Campus Drive closes

Timp Cave: What’s new, what to expect & how to prepare

AMERICAN FORK – If you are planning a day at Timpanogos Cave National Monument during the summer, you better get your tickets quickly. The popular American Fork Canyon National Park Service de…

Timp Cave: What’s new, what to expect & how to prepare

Una niña: Reino Unido recibe al segundo bebe real

El segundo hijo de Guillermo y Catalina nació este sábado y peso 3,7 kilos

Una niña: Reino Unido recibe al segundo bebe real

Cuba Trade Worries Florida Growers

President Barack Obama’s recent initiative to normalize relations and re-establish trade with Cuba has opened old wounds beyond those connected to anti-communism and the Bay of Pigs.

Cuba Trade Worries Florida Growers

Dodgeball’s New Twist: A Former Polk Teacher’s Business Brings the Game to Your Event

As a reward, Rick Moody would often allow the kids in his physical education class to select the activity of the day for Fridays.

Dodgeball’s New Twist: A Former Polk Teacher’s Business Brings the Game to Your Event

Nationwide Celebration of OJ Is Monday

Doug Ackerman, executive director of the Florida Department of Citrus, will appear from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Monday at Channelside Bay Plaza, 615 Channelside Drive, in Tampa as part of a nationwide celebration of National OJ Day.

Nationwide Celebration of OJ Is Monday

‘TattooGate’: Apple Watch Users Report Problems With Tattoos

It’s an annoying problem for the unlucky few: the Apple Watch’s heart rate monitor and even some other features might not work if you have a tattoo on your wrist.

‘TattooGate’: Apple Watch Users Report Problems With Tattoos