Daily Archives: February 25, 2016

Orem Police arrest man who taunted them online, taunt him back

After arresting a wanted man whose Facebook page included a post taunting a Utah police department, police taunted him right back.

Orem Police arrest man who taunted them online, taunt him back

Creative Collaborative meetings provide monthly creative fix for local artists

The key to balancing kids and careers is to have a sense of humor, according to Lisa Valentine Clark, an actress, writer, comedian and mother of five who lives in Provo.

Creative Collaborative meetings provide monthly creative fix for local artists

Women’s Devotional speakers named, ambassadors coming to UVU: Campus notes

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Women’s Devotional speakers named, ambassadors coming to UVU: Campus notes

Apple asks judge to vacate order on locked iPhone

The filing represents Apple’s first official response since the judge’s order last week and builds upon arguments voiced by the company’s chief executive and supporters.

Apple asks judge to vacate order on locked iPhone

Microsoft takes Apple’s side in iPhone dispute with FBI

Microsoft president Brad Smith’s comments came at a congressional hearing on the laws governing data transfers across borders, and government requests for that information.

Microsoft takes Apple’s side in iPhone dispute with FBI

UCLA: Movies make more money when half the cast is white

In previous years, movies did better at the box office if two or three of the top eight billed actors were non-white. In 2014, four of eight was the magic number, ticket sales show.

UCLA: Movies make more money when half the cast is white

Two deaths, Canadian probe cause huge Toyota SUV recall

Canadian investigators found the problem in crash tests done after two rear-seat passengers died in a May 2011, collision in Eastern Canada between a Toyota RAV4 and a Chevrolet Silverado pickup. The front-seat occupants survived.

Two deaths, Canadian probe cause huge Toyota SUV recall

Kohl’s issues weak forecast after steep 4Q profit decline

The closures, although small, mark a rare retreat for a company that has never closed a multiple of locations at one time, Kevin Mansell, chairman and CEO of Kohl’s, told investors on a conference call on Thursday.

Kohl’s issues weak forecast after steep 4Q profit decline

Utah Senate passes SB 73, medical marijuana bill moves on to House

The Utah Senate voted 17-12 on Thursday afternoon in favor of Senate Bill 73, a piece of medical marijuana legislation sponsored by Sen. Mark Madsen, R-Saratoga Springs.

Utah Senate passes SB 73, medical marijuana bill moves on to House

Local high school students compete in broadcast awards at BYU

A student stood close to his laptop, slowly enunciating the words on the screen, reading to see if the sentences naturally flowed. Other students rushed in the halls, carrying tripods and cameras. The clock was ticking to complete their projects,…

Local high school students compete in broadcast awards at BYU