Daily Archives: October 27, 2015

Utah Pride Center executive director resigns after 3 months

SALT LAKE CITY — The executive director of the Utah Pride Center has resigned after only about three months on the job.

Utah Pride Center executive director resigns after 3 months

Behind the scenes at Amazon’s Lakeland facility

On Wednesday, the company will host a grand opening for the fulfillment center, 1760 County Line Road.

Behind the scenes at Amazon’s Lakeland facility

Citrus Department helps shopper find 100 percent Florida OJ

The Florida Department of Citrus earlier this month rolled out the app in target markets — Columbus and Cincinnati/Dayton in Ohio; Indianapolis, Ind.; and Memphis, Tenn., Tammy Wiard, director of retail marketing, said Tuesday.

Citrus Department helps shopper find 100 percent Florida OJ

GM recalling 1.4M cars; oil leaks can cause engine fires

The recall, which covers 1.4 million vehicles dating to the 1997 model year, is needed because repairs from the first two recalls didn’t work. More than 1,300 cars caught fire even after they were fixed by dealers, the company said.

GM recalling 1.4M cars; oil leaks can cause engine fires

Why central banks are accepting the risks of super-low rates

The pressure to keep rates down is being driven by weak global demand, ultra-low inflation and an oversupply of goods from oil to steel. On Wednesday, the Federal Reserve is expected to say it’s maintaining its key short-term rate at a record low near zero, where it’s been since the depths of the recession in 2008.

Why central banks are accepting the risks of super-low rates

Man who went missing for mandatory court appearance arrested; new sentencing date ordered

A man who pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting and raping a teenage girl failed to appear at his sentencing Oct. 20, but was arrested over the weekend.

Man who went missing for mandatory court appearance arrested; new sentencing date ordered

Payson Police looking for family of lost child

Police in Payson are asking for the public’s help in identifying a child found in the city Tuesday morning.The 3- or 4-year-old boy was located near the Mountain View Apartments and the Mt. Ne…

Payson Police looking for family of lost child

What do Lehi leaders want? A vote on the RAP tax

Politicians have been accused of a lot of things — being dishonest, flaky, deceitful, manipulative, slimy — but usually constituents don’t complain their elected officials are too transparent.

What do Lehi leaders want? A vote on the RAP tax

Elder Ballard: Promote ‘traditional family,’ show compassion

SALT LAKE CITY — A high-ranking Mormon leader is reiterating the religion’s commitment to advocating for the right to promote the traditional family led by a married man and woman.

Elder Ballard: Promote ‘traditional family,’ show compassion

Former USU fraternity president pleads guilty to sex abuse

LOGAN — A former Utah State University fraternity president has pleaded guilty in connection to accusations that he sexually abused a female partygoer.

Former USU fraternity president pleads guilty to sex abuse