Daily Archives: May 13, 2016

5 questions about extremely long airport security lines

Here’s a look at the problem and what travelers should expect.

5 questions about extremely long airport security lines

Ghosn certain $2.2 billion deal for Mitsubishi is a bargain

Japanese transport ministry officials raided Mitsubishi Motors Corp.’s Tokyo headquarters Friday, as part of an investigation into inflated fuel-economy data for several models.

Ghosn certain $2.2 billion deal for Mitsubishi is a bargain

Large Tribune shareholder pushes for talks with Gannett

Oaktree Capital Management, a Los Angeles-based investment firm, said Tribune Publishing should “pursue discussions with Gannett to see if an acceptable agreement can be reached,” according to a filing Friday with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Large Tribune shareholder pushes for talks with Gannett

Hotels build buzz for eco-efforts with rooftop beehives

Aware of the well-publicized environmental threats to honeybees that have reduced numbers worldwide, seven San Francisco hotels have built hives on their rooftops. The sustainability effort also benefits the hotels as the bees produce honey for cocktails, food and spa treatments. It’s the latest in a series of environmental programs at hotels that includes low-flow toilets and aggressive recycling programs.

Hotels build buzz for eco-efforts with rooftop beehives

Districts not planning transgender bathroom changes in light of federal letter

Local school districts do not have plans for policy changes involving transgender students and bathroom use in light of a letter released to public schools nationwide Friday, dictating that schools need to allow such students to use restrooms corresponding with…

Districts not planning transgender bathroom changes in light of federal letter

From the Web: Women of Noteworthy release cover of Irish hymn

From the Web: Women of Noteworthy release cover of Irish hymn

Variable speed limits to be implemented through Point Project

It’s a frequent sight near the Point of the Mountain to see motorists zipping by at 80 mph, despite the 55 mph construction zone speed limit.

Variable speed limits to be implemented through Point Project

Appeals court won’t overturn ‘Sister Wives’ polygamy ruling

SALT LAKE CITY — A federal appeals court is refusing to overturn a decision that upheld Utah’s law banning polygamy in a case filed by TV’s “Sister Wives.”

Appeals court won’t overturn ‘Sister Wives’ polygamy ruling

Publix warns customers of fake coupon

Publix Super Markets has taken to social media to alert customers about a fake coupon making the rounds online.

Publix warns customers of fake coupon

UVU women building home, BYU holding Open Lab Day

Brigham Young University

UVU women building home, BYU holding Open Lab Day