Daily Archives: February 8, 2016

Feds find Fiat Chrysler gear shifters can confuse drivers

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, in documents posted during the weekend, has doubled the number of vehicles involved in an investigation of the problem, but it stopped short of seeking a recall. The agency found more than 100 crashes and over a dozen injuries, mostly in Jeep Grand Cherokees.

Feds find Fiat Chrysler gear shifters can confuse drivers

Speculative warehouse going up in north Lakeland

The owner of the 16-acre parcel on the eastern edge of the business park, USAA Real Estate Co., is betting on warehousing and distribution growth in Lakeland and along the I-4 corridor with its speculative project.

Speculative warehouse going up in north Lakeland

USDA gives out $20.1 million for citrus greening research

Of that amount, nearly $6 million will go to the University of Florida, including scientists at the Citrus Research and Education Center in Lake Alfred. Another $2 million will go to the University of Central Florida in Orlando.

USDA gives out $20.1 million for citrus greening research

Offbeat humor and upbeat messages dominate Super Bowl ads

On advertising’s biggest night, Chrysler celebrated Jeep with an ad featuring black-and-white portraits of veterans, kids and pop icons. In Audi’s spot, a depressed, aging astronaut remembers his joy for life by driving an Audi sports car with his son. And in a quirky Doritos ad, a fetus in a sonogram appears to rocket out of the womb to chase a bag of chips the mother angrily tossed away.

Offbeat humor and upbeat messages dominate Super Bowl ads

Chipotle stores to open later on Monday for worker meeting

The company says stores will open at 3 p.m. in their local time zones, which is after the typical lunch hour rush. Stores typically open at 11 a.m.

Chipotle stores to open later on Monday for worker meeting

Senate leader: Utah medical pot plan may not be dead

SALT LAKE CITY — The president of the Utah state Senate says a bill allowing the medical use of edible pot products may not be dead on arrival just because the Mormon church opposes it.

Senate leader: Utah medical pot plan may not be dead

Orem woman charged with child abandonment after night of drinking, reports state

An Orem woman was charged on Monday for allegedly abandoning her children in December as she went drinking for the night.

Orem woman charged with child abandonment after night of drinking, reports state

Utah residents to use caucus system for presidential primary

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah voters will select their preferred presidential nominees using a caucus system rather than a traditional primary election.

Utah residents to use caucus system for presidential primary

Payson man arrested on suspicion of sexually assaulting nursing home staff member

A Payson man was booked Friday night into Utah County Jail on suspicion of sexually assaulting a staffer at a nursing home.

Payson man arrested on suspicion of sexually assaulting nursing home staff member

Eagle Mountain creating park to protect, display ancient petroglyph art

The small lichen-riddled boulders dot the Cedar Valley site, crumbling and splitting from age.Depending on the light, you can see the faded drawings on some of the rocks made by the natives so…

Eagle Mountain creating park to protect, display ancient petroglyph art