Daily Archives: May 16, 2016

Utah County seeing spike in housing demand, homes selling faster

Families are buying homes faster than the builders can meet the demand along the Wasatch Front.

Utah County seeing spike in housing demand, homes selling faster

Citrus Department releases new proposed budget

The proposed budget will be presented to the Florida Citrus Commission on Wednesday. Commissioners will provide feedback, but won’t vote on a final budget until June 14.

Citrus Department releases new proposed budget

Detroit’s automakers, sensing a threat, embrace mobility

Automakers are facing multiple threats to their business from nimble tech firms like Apple and Uber. In response, carmakers are reinventing themselves as "mobility" companies that can accommodate all the different ways people get around.

Detroit’s automakers, sensing a threat, embrace mobility

Warren Buffett’s company buys 9.8 million Apple shares

Buffett, 85, is the second-richest American with a net worth of $66 billion, second only to Microsoft Corp. co-founder Bill Gates at $75 billion, according to Forbes.

Warren Buffett’s company buys 9.8 million Apple shares

Gannett raises bid for Tribune Publishing

The increase raises the stakes after Tribune Publishing earlier this month rejected Gannett’s unsolicited bid to acquire the Chicago-based owner of the Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times and other major newspapers. The revised offer values Tribune Publishing at $864 million, rather than $815 million, including the assumption of debt.

Gannett raises bid for Tribune Publishing

Sheriff’s office searching for woman reported missing after abandoned car found

The Utah County Sheriff’s Office is searching for a woman who was reported missing after her abandoned car was discovered Sunday night.

Sheriff’s office searching for woman reported missing after abandoned car found

Herbert disappointed with himself for lobbyist meeting offer

SALT LAKE CITY — Gov. Gary Herbert says he’s disappointed in himself and his campaign for offering to meet with lobbyists in exchange for campaign donations as he faces a tough re-election battle for the GOP nomination.

Herbert disappointed with himself for lobbyist meeting offer

Huntsman Sr.: Salt Lake Tribune will maintain independence

SALT LAKE CITY — The pending sale of The Salt Lake Tribune to a member of the Huntsman family won’t mean the end of the newspaper’s role as an important independent voice in the state, said patriarch Jon Huntsman Sr.…

Huntsman Sr.: Salt Lake Tribune will maintain independence

Utah sees uptick in fatal crashes involving marijuana

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah officials say the number of fatal car wrecks in Utah in which drivers tested positive for marijuana has more than doubled in the last three years, according to annual report from the state’s Department of…

Utah sees uptick in fatal crashes involving marijuana

Two arrested on suspicion of stealing merchandise from Provo mall

A man and his reported girlfriend were booked Sunday night into Utah County Jail on suspicion of stealing almost $2,000 worth of merchandise from the Provo Towne Centre Mall.

Two arrested on suspicion of stealing merchandise from Provo mall