Daily Archives: April 4, 2016

Northbound I-15 closed at Lehi due to life-threatening crash

A crash Monday afternoon left a man with life-threatening injuries and has closed down part of northbound Interstate 15.

Northbound I-15 closed at Lehi due to life-threatening crash

Provo RAP tax collection start date pushed back

Provo retailers and residents expecting to see a bump in the sales tax charts that came out April 1 got a little surprise.

Provo RAP tax collection start date pushed back

Publix to kick off annual campaign

Between April 9 and 30, associates at each of the grocer’s 1,111 stores throughout six states will offer customers the opportunity to contribute to the fundraising drive. Customers can purchase cutouts where they can write their name or the name of a baby they love.

Publix to kick off annual campaign

Panama lawyers at center of offshore scandal make odd couple

In a nation that for decades has been tainted by allegations of money laundering on behalf of drug traffickers and corrupt oligarchs, the polyglot lawyers who founded the Mossack-Fonseca law firm established themselves as the leaders among a plethora of firms in Panama dedicated to creating shell companies to stash wealth overseas.

Panama lawyers at center of offshore scandal make odd couple

Company demos how drone drops will work in Rwanda

Zipline International Inc., backed by tech heavyweights like Sequoia Capital and Google Ventures, demonstrated its technology for journalists last week in an open field in the San Francisco Bay area.

Company demos how drone drops will work in Rwanda

FCC: Internet ‘nutrition labels’ will help customers compare prices, speed and data caps

The FCC rolled out the voluntary labels for wired and mobile broadband to help consumers make more informed choices and avoid surprises on their monthly statements, Wheeler said.

FCC: Internet ‘nutrition labels’ will help customers compare prices, speed and data caps

Airline complaints rise even as more planes arrive on time

Traveler complaints jumped 34 percent last year, to the highest level since 2000. The top frustration is problem flights including cancellations and delays, which is unchanged in 16 years.

Airline complaints rise even as more planes arrive on time

Elder L. Whitney Clayton announced as BYU commencement speaker

Elder L. Whitney Clayton, senior president of the Seventy of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, will serve as the presiding authority and speaker during Brigham Young University’s commencement.

Elder L. Whitney Clayton announced as BYU commencement speaker

Utah Supreme Court hears ex-beauty queen’s wrongful arrest case against Provo City

SALT LAKE CITY – Lawyers for a former Miss Utah are asking the Utah Supreme Court to let her sue police over claims that officers wrongly arrested her on bogus allegations that she stole from the skin-care company Nu Skin.

Utah Supreme Court hears ex-beauty queen’s wrongful arrest case against Provo City

California enacts highest statewide minimum wage in US

Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill into law Monday giving California the nation’s highest statewide minimum wage of $15 an hour by 2022.

California enacts highest statewide minimum wage in US