Daily Archives: June 18, 2015

Provo city puts old county jail on surplus list, gets sued

PROVO — John Fenley says he had a great idea for the use of the old Utah County Security Center at 1776 Buckley Lane, but the city wouldn’t let him inspect it for purchase.

Provo city puts old county jail on surplus list, gets sued

Choir director accused of sexual assault of 12-year-old girl

SALT LAKE CITY — A former church choir director in Ogden has been arrested on allegations of having sexual contact with a 12-year-old girl.

Choir director accused of sexual assault of 12-year-old girl

UVRMC hyperbaric chamber transported, marks first major step of construction phase

PROVO — As Utah Valley Regional Medical Center continues to shift and transform into its new campus, major medical equipment has to be shifted and moved as buildings come down and new structur…

UVRMC hyperbaric chamber transported, marks first major step of construction phase

High School duo from American Fork dons Duck Tape prom attire for scholarship contest

AMERICAN FORK — When Rebekah Mecham approached Wyatt Burns in their art class at American Fork High School, he didn’t know he’d end up wearing a full Duck Tape suit just a couple of months la…

High School duo from American Fork dons Duck Tape prom attire for scholarship contest

Utah ranks as one of the most strict states on DUI enforcement, study says

UTAH COUNTY — It’s the middle of the “100 Deadliest Days of Summer,” and more drivers on the road means more drunk drivers endangering their lives and the lives of others.

Utah ranks as one of the most strict states on DUI enforcement, study says

Gov. Herbert: Keeping prison in Draper may not fix problems

SALT LAKE CITY — Gov. Gary Herbert stopped short of saying the state prison should be moved from Draper, but cautioned that spending up to $400 million to remodel the current facility could be…

Gov. Herbert: Keeping prison in Draper may not fix problems

Food and Care Coalition reuniting families in Utah County

About a year ago, Suzanne Smith’s two girls entered state custody and she moved in with a friend. A few months later she found herself homeless, moving from hotel to hotel, couch to couch, nev…

Food and Care Coalition reuniting families in Utah County

Dad BROtique planned for Father’s Day weekend

There are baby expos and mommy-focused markets, but where are all of the “bro”-tiques — the ones held specifically for dads?

Dad BROtique planned for Father’s Day weekend

‘Studio C’ reaching out to fans with livestream online taping

Out of 132,640 fans of the hit BYUtv series “Studio C” from around the world who have applied to be a part of the show’s live studio audience, 123,185 of them have been left disappointed. That…

‘Studio C’ reaching out to fans with livestream online taping

Utah ambulance driver pleads guilty in fatal crash

OGDEN — An ambulance driver has pleaded guilty to negligent collision for his part in a fatal crash in South Ogden in 2012.

Utah ambulance driver pleads guilty in fatal crash