Daily Archives: October 22, 2015

Applications for weekly jobless benefits rose last week

The number of people applying for benefits edged up by 3,000 last week to 259,000 after two weeks of declines, the Labor Department said Thursday.

Applications for weekly jobless benefits rose last week

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UAW approves new contract with Fiat Chrysler

It was the second time in a month that Fiat Chrysler workers voted on a contract.

UAW approves new contract with Fiat Chrysler

US reports 8 deaths, 98 injuries from exploding air bags

Speaking at a public meeting on Thursday, officials of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said eight people have died and 98 more have been hurt by inflators that can explode with too much force, spewing shrapnel into drivers and passengers.

US reports 8 deaths, 98 injuries from exploding air bags

County outpaces state in existing single-family home sales

Florida totaled 23,574 closed sales for existing single-family homes last month, which represents a 13.4 percent increase compared to a year ago, according to data from Florida Realtors.

County outpaces state in existing single-family home sales

American Fork Canyon group on alert

Protect and Preserve American Fork Canyon members have pooled their skills to create a social marketing campaign, alerting followers about a Nov. 6 meeting with the Utah County Commissioners.

American Fork Canyon group on alert

Trial-by-faith ‘Pioneer Legacy’ unfolds in music, dance, narration

One pioneer woman’s story of sorrow and survival and her husband’s tale of love and devotion will be re-enacted this weekend by Legacy Dance Company.

Trial-by-faith ‘Pioneer Legacy’ unfolds in music, dance, narration

Osnes, Met soloists to joing Mormon Tabernacle Choir for annual concert

Broadway’s Cinderella, Laura Osnes, will be joined by four Metropolitan Opera stars for the Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square annual Christmas concerts.

Osnes, Met soloists to joing Mormon Tabernacle Choir for annual concert

Utah Valley Everyday Hero: Vern Gillmore, still serving in spite of diagnosis

At the age of 83, Woodland Hills resident Vern Gillmore is a hero to many.

Utah Valley Everyday Hero: Vern Gillmore, still serving in spite of diagnosis

BYU artist and gay Mormon icon dies at 75

SALT LAKE CITY — Trevor Southey, a Utah artist who went from BYU teacher to gay icon, died Tuesday in a Salt Lake City hospice. He was 75.

BYU artist and gay Mormon icon dies at 75

3 elk poached in Spanish Fork Canyon; sheriff’s office searching for suspects

Three domesticated elk were poached on the opening day of elk season from a private ranch in Spanish Fork and police want to find the perpetrators.

3 elk poached in Spanish Fork Canyon; sheriff’s office searching for suspects