Daily Archives: April 28, 2016

Primary opponent files FEC complaint against Jason Chaffetz

SALT LAKE CITY — Rep. Jason Chaffetz’s primary opponent has filed a request for a Federal Election Commission investigation into the incumbent’s campaign spending.

Primary opponent files FEC complaint against Jason Chaffetz

Volkswagen CEO apologized in person to Obama over scandal

CEO Matthias Mueller said he held a "two minute" conversation with the president during his visit to Hannover, Germany, this week.

Volkswagen CEO apologized in person to Obama over scandal

First objective measure of disease’s spread revealed in UF survey

It was the first attempt to measure systematically the extent of greening’s spread since the first case of the disease was confirmed in the fall 2005, Ariel Singerman said.

First objective measure of disease’s spread revealed in UF survey

Propel Marketing joins with Google AdWords

Propel Marketing announced Thursday that it has been selected as a Google AdWords Premier Small & Medium Sized Business Partner.

Propel Marketing joins with Google AdWords

‘Peter and the Starcatcher’ flies into Hale Centre Theatre

Theatergoing can often be an emotional experience, but when Amber Dodge found out that the Hale Centre Theatre would be producing “Peter and the Starcatcher,” the floodgates opened even before opening night.

‘Peter and the Starcatcher’ flies into Hale Centre Theatre

Geese rescued from roof of Springville school

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah wildlife officials have some company at their office in Springville after relocating a family of geese that had been trapped on the roof of a charter school.

Geese rescued from roof of Springville school

Man who pleaded guilty to recording boys in bathrooms receives maximum prison sentence

A man who pleaded guilty to photographing and watching young boys in bathrooms and showers was sentenced Thursday to prison.

Man who pleaded guilty to recording boys in bathrooms receives maximum prison sentence

Provo Police Citizens Academy reaffirms respect for victim advocates, SVU detectives

One of the most difficult things I have to do as a crime reporter is report sex-related crimes.

Provo Police Citizens Academy reaffirms respect for victim advocates, SVU detectives

Four men federally charged with vandalism at Timpanogos Cave

Four men have been federally indicted on reports of vandalizing a historic building and stealing emergency equipment at Timpanogos Cave National Monument in February 2015.

Four men federally charged with vandalism at Timpanogos Cave

Police: Pleasant Grove man, 45, tried to lure officer posing as teen girl online

After posing as a 14-year-old girl online, a Pleasant Grove police officer arrested a man on reports of attempting to seduce a minor via the internet.

Police: Pleasant Grove man, 45, tried to lure officer posing as teen girl online