Daily Archives: May 9, 2016

New laws include anesthesia requirement for some abortions, body cams and autocycles

SALT LAKE CITY — A first-in-the-country requirement that women receive anesthesia before abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy is one of about 350 new Utah laws that take effect Tuesday.

New laws include anesthesia requirement for some abortions, body cams and autocycles

Utah County shooting range construction to start next year

Utah County officials said Monday a county shooting range should begin construction by the beginning of 2017.

Utah County shooting range construction to start next year

Panama Papers database goes live

Panama Papers database goes live

Indie bookstores rise for 7th year

Indie bookstores rise for 7th year

The ‘What Say Ye?’ podcast: Provo musicians on making entire albums in under 24 hours

A unique musical dialogue has swept across Provo’s music scene in the past month. The cause? A 24-hour album — as in, an entire album of songs written, rehearsed, recorded, mixed and released in less than 24 hours. Three different…

The ‘What Say Ye?’ podcast: Provo musicians on making entire albums in under 24 hours

BYUtv’s ‘Relative Race’ winners take home $25,000, and much, much more

After an intense ten-day race across the country, Anthony and Brooke Brown of Las Vegas, Nevada, were awarded the $25,000 grand prize from the first season of BYUtv’s Relative Race.

BYUtv’s ‘Relative Race’ winners take home $25,000, and much, much more

Transient man arrested in Provo on suspicion of sexually abusing child

A transient male was booked Sunday night into Utah County Jail on reports of inappropriately touching a 5-year-old boy.

Transient man arrested in Provo on suspicion of sexually abusing child

600 without secondary water in Saratoga Springs after leak

A water leak reported at about 6 a.m. Monday in Saratoga Springs has interrupted secondary water supplies for many city residents.

600 without secondary water in Saratoga Springs after leak

Utah Aquatics Division performs annual fish sampling, hopeful for future

A chilling early May breeze makes its way down from the Wasatch, down Heber Valley and across Jordanelle Reservoir, where Chris Crockett is setting up his boat in the marina. It’s Tuesday morning, and the sun is barely up.

Utah Aquatics Division performs annual fish sampling, hopeful for future

Should employers be flexible about children at work?

The idea of regularly accommodating kids — even infants — for a certain number of hours each day has until recently been avoided by employers, as the prospect of a co-worker’s kid occupying a cubicle may seem like crossing a line.

Should employers be flexible about children at work?