Daily Archives: April 24, 2016

Springville PD ties La Casita burglary suspects to other crimes

The Springville Police Department revealed Sunday that the suspects in last week’s burglary of the La Casita restaurant in Springville are also believed to have committed at least three other similar crimes in Utah County in recent weeks.

Springville PD ties La Casita burglary suspects to other crimes

Fisherman’s body found in Spanish Oaks Reservoir

Search and rescue team members found the body of a missing fisherman Sunday in the Spanish Oaks Reservoir, approximately 12 hours after he was reported missing.

Fisherman’s body found in Spanish Oaks Reservoir

Weber High student makes time to be a world-class fencer

KAYSVILLE, Utah — Eight years ago, Tatijana Stewart, 17, of North Ogden, picked up a mystery book. What she learned has led her to the top of women’s fencing — not just in the U.S., but across the globe.

Weber High student makes time to be a world-class fencer

Provo startup transforming hometown online grocery shopping and delivery

For moms of toddlers, and elders with limited mobility, grocery shopping is a difficult, if not sometimes impossible task often accompanied by a lot of crying and screaming — well, usually mostly on the part of the young mothers. What…

Provo startup transforming hometown online grocery shopping and delivery

From the Web: Provo singer Madilyn Paige tackles Twenty One Pilots’ ‘Stressed Out’

In the last two years, local vocalist Madilyn Paige has not only taken a national spotlight during her time competing on NBC’s “The Voice,” but she also snagged a golden ticket to Hollywood Week on the most recent season of…

From the Web: Provo singer Madilyn Paige tackles Twenty One Pilots’ ‘Stressed Out’

Cedar Hills teen spearheads Highland Glen Bike Park project

Highland residents will soon benefit from the efforts of 14-year-old Cedar Hills resident Carson Seegmiller, whose endeavor is to build the three-course Highland Glen Bike Track.

Cedar Hills teen spearheads Highland Glen Bike Park project

Provo Municipal Council, city administration disagree on who rules the budget

If money is a main reason for many divorces, then the Provo Municipal Council and the city administration could be headed for a bad breakup.

Provo Municipal Council, city administration disagree on who rules the budget

Polk learns lessons during Financial Literacy Month

Banzai, a financial literacy software program, has developed a curriculum utilized by more than 20,000 teachers in the U.S. Banks and credit unions throughout the country pay for the materials teachers use in their classrooms, according to Banzai spokeswoman Rachel Yentes.

Polk learns lessons during Financial Literacy Month

TECH Q&A: How to watch YouTube, Facebook videos when not online

Is there a way to copy the videos to my PC or a flash drive?

TECH Q&A: How to watch YouTube, Facebook videos when not online

Retail stores using virtual reality

No longer relegated to video gamers, VR is coming to amusement parks, movie theaters and classrooms. But the technology presents a major opportunity for retailers as they try to lure fickle shoppers into their stores, particularly as consumers shift more of their buying habits online.

Retail stores using virtual reality