Daily Archives: July 16, 2016

Officials balk at cost of fighting mosquitoes at prison site

SALT LAKE CITY — Mosquitoes are the latest issue with Utah’s decision to move the state prison to a new site near the Salt Lake City airport.

Officials balk at cost of fighting mosquitoes at prison site

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Youth Futures Homeless Shelter seeks public donations

OGDEN, Utah — Leo Farmer says he owes his life to Ogden’s Youth Futures Homeless Shelter.

Youth Futures Homeless Shelter seeks public donations

At least 8 report illnesses after exposure to Utah Lake

Health officials with the county and state closed Utah Lake on Friday due to a toxic algal bloom that covers 90 percent of the lake’s surface and subsurface.

At least 8 report illnesses after exposure to Utah Lake

Utah woman still ailing year after unsolved hit-and-run

BOUNTIFUL, Utah — A woman who was critically injured in a hit-and-run crash in Bountiful a year ago still has a long road to recovery and is hopeful Bountiful police may yet be able to catch the driver responsible.

Utah woman still ailing year after unsolved hit-and-run

Interior Secretary Sally Jewell tours southern Utah ruins

MONTICELLO, Utah — U.S. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell toured archaeological sites in southeast Utah on Friday that a coalition of tribes and environmental groups want to see protected as a new national monument.

Interior Secretary Sally Jewell tours southern Utah ruins

Judges leaving three open seats at Fourth District Court

Just as laws are constantly changing, so are the practitioners and administrators of the law.

Judges leaving three open seats at Fourth District Court

Lehi standoff ends after male subject surrenders

What appeared to be a police standoff with a man holding a woman hostage was quickly diffused Friday night.

Lehi standoff ends after male subject surrenders

Fatal crash in southeast Utah County closes US-6 for more than 5 hours

A south Utah County highway, US-6, was closed for more than 5 hours on Friday afternoon after a fatal crash blocked both lanes.

Fatal crash in southeast Utah County closes US-6 for more than 5 hours

UTA Board releases millions of dollars in funding to begin BRT construction

The Utah Transit Authority Board of Trustees voted Friday to release up to $23 million dollars earmarked to help kick-start the Provo-Orem Transportation Improvement Project.

UTA Board releases millions of dollars in funding to begin BRT construction