Monthly Archives: July 2015

New charges filed against man accused of sexually abusing young girl

New charges were filed Thursday against a Springville man already incarcerated on suspicion of raping and sexually abusing a 9-year-old girl.

New charges filed against man accused of sexually abusing young girl

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Lehi, Orem police departments participate in crime-tracking map to inform citizens

There are several things to consider when moving from one city to another. There are property taxes, schools, parks, and especially of note to some, local crime rates.

Lehi, Orem police departments participate in crime-tracking map to inform citizens

Reward in case of Elizabeth Salgado increased to $25K

“Our lives don’t feel like lives anymore, we’re just living to find my niece,” he says slowly.

Reward in case of Elizabeth Salgado increased to $25K

Schools offer free meals to children in summer

With warmer weather, many people enjoy eating lighter meals during the summertime.

Schools offer free meals to children in summer

Body found in duffel bag near Seattle identified as Payson woman

SEATAC, WASH. — Detectives with the King County Sheriff’s Office in Washington state have identified a decomposed body found Monday in a duffel bag as a Payson woman.

Body found in duffel bag near Seattle identified as Payson woman

Downtown Lakeland’s Preservation Hall Temporarily Closes

Downtown Lakeland’s Preservation Hall will host some karaoke-related revelry tonight before closing its doors to public.

Downtown Lakeland’s Preservation Hall Temporarily Closes

BYU featured in ‘Jeopardy’ question; Neon Trees wear BYU shirts

BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY

BYU featured in ‘Jeopardy’ question; Neon Trees wear BYU shirts

Peace like a river: One veteran’s struggle with PTSD

Warren Price is about to step in waist-high water on the middle Provo River when a bull moose saunters up the pedestrian bridge 30 yards to the south.

Peace like a river: One veteran’s struggle with PTSD

It’s OK to talk about suicide with kids

With the beginning of the school year approaching, a group of educators, social workers and counselors are gearing up to pilot a new program centered on preventing suicide in elementary-aged children.

It’s OK to talk about suicide with kids