Monthly Archives: February 2016

Sentencing delayed for Springville man charged with attempted child molestation

The sentencing for a Springville man found guilty of sexually abusing a 9-year-old girl has been continued for a few weeks as more steps are taken to ensure he receives the appropriate ruling.

Sentencing delayed for Springville man charged with attempted child molestation

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In Sweden’s 1st unstaffed food shop, all you need is a phone

Customers simply use their cellphones to unlock the door with a swipe of the finger and scan their purchases. All they need to do is to register for the service and download an app. They get charged for their purchases in a monthly invoice.

In Sweden’s 1st unstaffed food shop, all you need is a phone

Buffett says US economy weaker than he expected but growing

Buffett appeared on CNBC Monday and addressed a variety of topics after releasing his annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders over the weekend. The more than 90 companies owned by Berkshire give Buffett a complex and detailed view of how the economy is affecting different U.S. sectors.

Buffett says US economy weaker than he expected but growing

Target taps Amazon heavyweight to overhaul supply chain

The appointment, announced Monday, underscores how serious Target Corp. is becoming to better blend its online services with the physical store shopping experience.

Target taps Amazon heavyweight to overhaul supply chain

Government regulator: Total recall won’t make cars safer

Takata’s air bag inflators use the chemical ammonium nitrate to create a small explosion that fills air bags in a crash. But they can explode with too much force, blowing apart a metal canister and hurling shrapnel at drivers and passengers. At least 10 people have died worldwide and 139 have been hurt.

Government regulator: Total recall won’t make cars safer

China assures US no devaluation, pushing reforms forward

Premier Li Keqiang’s comments to Lew on Monday were in line with a joint declaration by financial officials from the Group of 20 biggest rich and developing economies who met over the weekend in Shanghai. They pledged to avoid devaluations to boost sagging trade and urged governments to speed up reforms to boost slowing global growth.

China assures US no devaluation, pushing reforms forward

Police investigating Orem bank robbery

A U.S. Bank was robbed Monday afternoon in Orem and police are investigating.

Police investigating Orem bank robbery

Orem police arrest man on suspicion of cashing in forged vehicle title

Orem police arrested a man Saturday morning on reports of fraudulently exchanging a stolen vehicle title for cash.

Orem police arrest man on suspicion of cashing in forged vehicle title

From the Web: Teaser trailer released for re-vamped ‘Saturday’s Warrior’ film

“Saturday’s Warrior” is something of a phenomenon is Utah: some people love it, others hate it, while more still don’t even know what it is. Regardless of all that, though, the beloved play is coming to the big screen April…

From the Web: Teaser trailer released for re-vamped ‘Saturday’s Warrior’ film

Utah launches new chapter of aerospace association

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah has joined the Aerospace States Association, an organization that advocates for state-based aviation and space initiative.

Utah launches new chapter of aerospace association