Daily Archives: February 28, 2016

Salt Lake City police battle rock-throwers after Saturday night shooting

SALT LAKE CITY — A male who authorities say was wielding a broomstick was shot and critically injured by Salt Lake City officers Saturday night, touching off several hours of unrest downtown as officers donned riot gear and blocked streets…

Salt Lake City police battle rock-throwers after Saturday night shooting

Senator’s Costco hot dog craving helps reunite Utah family

SALT LAKE CITY — Someday, when baby Aisha is old enough to understand, her parents will tell her the back story of her birth.

Senator’s Costco hot dog craving helps reunite Utah family

Growth impacts Lehi power infrastructure, Lehi needs two more $4M substations

Lehi Power Director Joel Eves told city council members Tuesday his municipal-owned company needs two more substations within the year to meet business and residential energy demands.

Growth impacts Lehi power infrastructure, Lehi needs two more $4M substations

Welcome to the new, improved Heraldextra.com

With high-tech companies like Google Fiber, Adobe, Qualtrics, Vivint and many others calling Utah County home, it is clear Utah Valley is a highly digital market. Nationally, our valley is becoming known for its entrepreneurial and innovative flare.

Welcome to the new, improved Heraldextra.com

Mayor Leifson: Spanish Fork is great because of its people

Over the past few months, I have had some great conversations with many of our residents about how things are in our city. They share stories of things that have happened to them while in Spanish Fork.

Mayor Leifson: Spanish Fork is great because of its people

Long live pizza — Provo’s Brick Oven celebrates 60 years

The history of Brick Oven mirrors the tales and growth of the Provo area. What was once a small corner shop near a small but growing college is an iconic destination point all its own.

Long live pizza — Provo’s Brick Oven celebrates 60 years

5 films to catch at this year’s LDS Film Festival

It’s been 15 years since the inaugural LDS Film Festival. Needless to say, it’s come a long way since then. Kicking off Wednesday at Orem’s SCERA Center for the Arts, this year’s festival includes nearly 20 feature films and documentaries,…

5 films to catch at this year’s LDS Film Festival

Exploding e-cigarettes send users to hospital with gruesome injuries

SEATTLE — The way his lawyer tells it, 24-year-old Daniel Pickett was driving down a small-town street in Central Washington last December when the electronic cigarette he was holding made a funny noise.

Exploding e-cigarettes send users to hospital with gruesome injuries

Students have winning plan to open Chinese market

The five judges from the Florida citrus industry clearly loved the marketing plan because they awarded Scott’s team first place.

Students have winning plan to open Chinese market

People and changes

People and changes