Daily Archives: May 27, 2015

Provo City Center Temple lights up the night

The transformation of the Provo City Center Temple has been in the works for more than three years, and local residents are now getting a new view of the storied building.

Provo City Center Temple lights up the night

Pentagon: Military mistakenly shipped live anthrax samples

WASHINGTON — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Wednesday it is investigating what the Pentagon called an inadvertent shipment of live anthrax spores to at least one, and perh…

Pentagon: Military mistakenly shipped live anthrax samples

Public invited to hospital open house

LEHI – Mountain Point Medical Center is having its grand opening from 1-6 p.m. Friday and the public is invited.

Public invited to hospital open house

Man arrested on charges of robbing Walmart, threatening employee

SPRINGVILLE — A man from Salt Lake City was arrested in Springville early Wednesday morning in connection to the robbery of a Walmart store and threatening an employee who tried to stop him.

Man arrested on charges of robbing Walmart, threatening employee

Road briefly closed along LDS Church office headquarters

SALT LAKE CITY — A downtown Salt Lake City block surrounding the LDS Church office headquarters was closed briefly Wednesday morning.

Road briefly closed along LDS Church office headquarters

Mine owner sues over housing deal in Saratoga Springs

SALT LAKE CITY — The owner of a gravel mine in Utah County has filed a lawsuit to stop a Saratoga Springs housing development deal that city officials sought to keep a new state prison from be…

Mine owner sues over housing deal in Saratoga Springs

Search continues for missing Provo woman, others

PROVO — Elizabeth Salgado, 26, vanished more than a month ago on April 16 as she was walking home from school.

Search continues for missing Provo woman, others

Dallin H. Oaks uses social media to explain mission calls

PROVO – With high school graduations finishing up this week, the next thing on many graduate’s minds isn’t college in the fall, but the big white envelope expected in the mailbox any day with …

Dallin H. Oaks uses social media to explain mission calls

Rusia pide a EEUU que deje de tratar de “ejercer la justicia fuera de sus fronteras”

El ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores de ese país criticó la actuación de Estados Unidos en sus acusaciones a la FIFA

Rusia pide a EEUU que deje de tratar de “ejercer la justicia fuera de sus fronteras”

Aún hay 795 millones de personas que padecen hambre

La población que padece hambre en los países en vías de desarrollo se ha reducido cerca de 50% en los últimos 25 años, según un informe de ONU

Aún hay 795 millones de personas que padecen hambre