Monthly Archives: September 2015

Investigation: Secret Service tried to discredit Rep. Jason Chaffetz

WASHINGTON — Scores of U.S. Secret Service employees improperly accessed the decade-old, unsuccessful job application of a congressman who was investigating scandals inside the agency, a new g…

Investigation: Secret Service tried to discredit Rep. Jason Chaffetz

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Candidate withdraws from AF council race

American Fork city council candidates Brett Crowther and Monica Howard have withdrawn from the November election. 

Candidate withdraws from AF council race

Take a trip to Bethlehem: Alpine Living Nativity tickets available starting Oct. 1

Though it’s not even Halloween yet, you might want to start thinking about Christmas, at least if you want your holiday plans to include a trip to the 12th annual Alpine Living Nativity.

Take a trip to Bethlehem: Alpine Living Nativity tickets available starting Oct. 1

40 percent of millennials pay for print, online news

A recent poll shows that 40 percent of U.S. adults ages 18-34 pay for at least some of the news they read, whether it’s a print newspaper, a digital news app or an email newsletter. Another 13 percent don’t pay themselves but rely on someone else’s subscription, according to the survey by Media Insight Project, a collaboration of the American Press Institute and the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research. Older millennials are more likely than younger ones to personally pay for news.

40 percent of millennials pay for print, online news

Target to match online prices with online rivals

The change in policy marks a big step for the Minneapolis-based retailer, which until now only matched prices at its own stores. Target is also allowing 14 days, up from seven, for shoppers to get a price adjustment. And the retailer is increasing the number of online rivals that it will match from five to 29. That includes for the first time stores that require membership, like Costco and Sam’s Club.

Target to match online prices with online rivals

‘CardFreeCash’ coming to ATMs

You call your bank or credit union, which uses its security checks to confirm your identity. You’re given an 11-digit code by the financial institution, which then transfers you to a system that provides a personal identification number, or PIN.
When you get to the automated teller machine, instead of inserting a card, you touch a button on the screen and enter the 11-digit number, then your PIN.

‘CardFreeCash’ coming to ATMs

Provo lawmaker eyes scrapping of car inspection law

SALT LAKE CITY  — A state lawmaker is exploring whether Utah should eliminate its safety inspection requirements for cars, a move that would put the state in line with several others that have…

Provo lawmaker eyes scrapping of car inspection law

Lakeland is set to go H.O.G. wild next year.

This week, the Harley-Davidson Motor Company announced that the 2016 Florida Harley-Davidson Owners Group (H.O.G.) Rally will ride into Polk.

Lakeland is set to go H.O.G. wild next year.

Ratification of UAW, FCA deal appears mathematically impossible

In Toledo, 87 percent of production workers and 80 percent of skilled trades workers who work at the plant where the Jeep Wrangler and Jeep Cherokee are built voted against the contract, according to a person briefed on the results who is not authorized to release them publicly.

Ratification of UAW, FCA deal appears mathematically impossible

Orem man booked into jail on suspicion of raping woman

An Orem man was booked Tuesday evening into the Utah County Jail on suspicion of raping a woman.

Orem man booked into jail on suspicion of raping woman