Monthly Archives: December 2015

Gadgets around us will keep getting smarter, like it or not

How much should you worry? Maybe your TV never records any of your casual conversations. Or maybe its manufacturer is recording all that, but just to find ways to make the TV better at understanding what you want it to do. Or maybe it retains everything it hears for some other hidden purpose.

Gadgets around us will keep getting smarter, like it or not

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How much money you just saved on gas in 2015

Americans saved a collective $115 billion plus this year on trips to the gas station. The average licensed driver pocketed more than $550, enough to cover a lease payment or two.

How much money you just saved on gas in 2015

Amazon gives income from anti-Islam group’s song to refugees

Amazon gives income from anti-Islam group’s song to refugees

Target’s turnaround gets shoppers back into stores

That Target has had five consecutive quarters of increases in a key sales measure suggest there are more shoppers like Bernardo, who are returning to the discounter that pioneered the concept of putting affordable, chic fashions under the same roof as groceries and toiletries.

Target’s turnaround gets shoppers back into stores

Do Not Call violators No. 1 on list of consumer complaints

Violators of the state and national “do not call” lists handily topped the chart, registering 16,600 complaints. Although that number represents a decrease from last year’s 18,067 do not call complaints, it is still greater than the rest of this year’s top 10 combined.

Do Not Call violators No. 1 on list of consumer complaints

Judge rules Lehi City property fees against homebuilder illegal and unconstitutional

A Fourth District Court judge ruled earlier this month that Lehi City fees charged to a man for building a home on a new property were too vague, and “illegal and unconstitutional.”

Judge rules Lehi City property fees against homebuilder illegal and unconstitutional

Payson’s El Tapatio wows taste buds with its flavorful dishes

“If you like pineapple fajitas and getting caught in the snow/Then I’m the foodie you’ve looked for, come with me to El Tapatio.”

Payson’s El Tapatio wows taste buds with its flavorful dishes

Spanish Fork man arrested on allegations of sexually assaulting, punching pregnant woman

Spanish Fork police officers arrested a man Wednesday night on allegations of beating and sexually assaulting a pregnant woman.

Spanish Fork man arrested on allegations of sexually assaulting, punching pregnant woman

Two Timpview students trying to alter dangerous lack of financial literacy in kids

Two Timpview High School students are touring Utah County schools.

Two Timpview students trying to alter dangerous lack of financial literacy in kids

Pony Express students give up recess and more to provide something to servicemen and women

The students at Pony Express Elementary School in Eagle Mountain worked like true unsung heroes earlier this year. 

Pony Express students give up recess and more to provide something to servicemen and women