Daily Archives: October 26, 2015

Flu season seems to be arriving early

Seasons come and go; sometimes early, sometimes late.

Flu season seems to be arriving early

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New way to bet on oil wipes out billions in investor savings

For years, brokers have been luring savers like Karen Robinson into drilling partnerships with the promise of fat payouts. With yields on safer investments like government bonds so puny, it wasn’t a hard sell. But now this once hot business, a big source of fees for brokers and banks, is coming to a messy end.

New way to bet on oil wipes out billions in investor savings

Some key questions about borrowing, default

The United States has never defaulted on its debts and bills, but it’s a politically toxic vote for most GOP lawmakers who insist the government must rein in its spending and are demanding concessions from President Barack Obama.

Some key questions about borrowing, default

Some big UK firms to use ‘blind recruitment’

The goal of the new program is to make it easier for young graduates to be interviewed for their first jobs in an extremely competitive market.

Some big UK firms to use ‘blind recruitment’

Toyota at top in global vehicle sales for first 9 months

Toyota Motor Corp.’s global sales for the first three quarters totaled 7.498 million vehicles, down 1.5 percent from the same period the previous year, according to numbers released Monday.

Toyota at top in global vehicle sales for first 9 months

Governor Herbert celebrates 3 millionth Utahn

Gov. Gary Herbert and his wife Jeanette visited the new Mountain Point Medical Center in Lehi on Monday to celebrate Utah’s population cresting 3 million.

Governor Herbert celebrates 3 millionth Utahn

Report: Utah’s legal defense system for the poor needs fixes

SALT LAKE CITY — A new report says the majority of low-income people charged with misdemeanors in Utah never see a lawyer, and many of the state’s public defenders are overworked and underpaid.

Report: Utah’s legal defense system for the poor needs fixes

Statewide Envision Utah study now accessible online

Utah County residents now have online access to findings and implementation strategies of a recently completed study that explores what Utahns want for the future, especially in light of drast…

Statewide Envision Utah study now accessible online

Man arrested by American Fork police on allegations of child rape

A 19-year-old man from Sandy was arrested Friday in American Fork on allegations he raped an underage girl.

Man arrested by American Fork police on allegations of child rape

EnergySolutions Arena now named Vivint Smart Home Arena

If you are headed to a Utah Jazz game or a concert in Salt Lake City in the near future, you may have to think about where you are headed.

EnergySolutions Arena now named Vivint Smart Home Arena