Daily Archives: June 15, 2015

Bribery charges dropped against ex-attorney general

SALT LAKE CITY — Prosecutors are dropping felony bribery charges against former Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff.

Bribery charges dropped against ex-attorney general

Park restrooms shut down after Eagle Mountain finds coliform in water

EAGLE MOUNTAIN – The city closed restrooms to a popular Eagle Mountain park, SilverLake Amphitheatre, because recent routine testing showed high levels of coliform were present for handwashing.

Park restrooms shut down after Eagle Mountain finds coliform in water

Sundance Resort Theatre makes national Top 10 for outdoor theaters

Sundance has long been hailed as a travel hot spot, spanning from the celebrity-studded Sundance Film Festival to the world-class skiing throughout the winter. It’s not just the cold months th…

Sundance Resort Theatre makes national Top 10 for outdoor theaters

Lawmaker accused of mishandling campaign cash told to resign

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah House Democrats are calling for Rep. Justin J. Miller to step down due to accusations that he mishandled tens of thousands of dollars while running the county mayor’s campaign.

Lawmaker accused of mishandling campaign cash told to resign

Neon Trees shine at Summer Bash

After a host of local bands opened the first annual Summer Bash under the extreme heat of the Utah sun, Neon Trees shaded thousands with cool music just as nightfall approached Saturday.

Neon Trees shine at Summer Bash

Eagle Mountain infant dies after being found unresponsive

EAGLE MOUNTAIN – A 4-month-old was declared dead in Eagle Mountain Monday morning after all attempts to revive him failed.

Eagle Mountain infant dies after being found unresponsive

Family of missing Provo woman releases video for possible captors

Tuesday marks two months since Provo resident Elizabeth Elena Laguna Salgado went missing, and her family is pleading with the people who may have taken her to release her.

Family of missing Provo woman releases video for possible captors

Ogden woman, 84, skydives after terminal cancer diagnosis

OGDEN — Donna Altop recently found out that she has a brain tumor the size of an orange, a butterfly gioblastoma that affects both sides of her brain and gives her only a few weeks to live.

Ogden woman, 84, skydives after terminal cancer diagnosis

Vietnam vets honored with parade in Davis County

LAYTON — Vietnam veterans have been honored with a parade and other events in the northern Utah town of Layton.

Vietnam vets honored with parade in Davis County

Local real estate trends in Utah County: Sales up 19 percent

Nationwide, real estate and construction took a large hit during the Great Recession, but the industry in Utah has bounced back quicker than most states.

Local real estate trends in Utah County: Sales up 19 percent