Daily Archives: July 26, 2016

$15 billion Volkswagen emissions deal clears 1st hurdle

U.S. District Judge Charles Breyer called the settlement an "enormous effort" by attorneys from both sides and urged Volkswagen owners who may want to opt out and pursue their own lawsuits to consider the deal’s environmental achievements.

$15 billion Volkswagen emissions deal clears 1st hurdle

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As iPhone sale sag, Apple touts apps and services instead

Apps and services have always been key to the appeal of Apple products. But with iPhone sales down for the second quarter in a row — and speculation that a major redesign won’t arrive until late next year — Apple is talking up its online business, promoting it with new kinds of ads and even sponsoring an upcoming reality TV show called "Planet of the Apps."

As iPhone sale sag, Apple touts apps and services instead

Some Polk millennials have issue with sugar in OJ

Adams and Stedman spoke to the Ledger after the Florida Department of Citrus, the state agency charged with marketing Florida citrus products, released its latest OJ sales report. Oranges represent Florida’s largest citrus crop, and growers annually sell 95 percent of their oranges to the state’s juice processors.

Some Polk millennials have issue with sugar in OJ

Bulk food store coming to Lakeland

As the name implies, Bulk Nation caters to customers who enjoy purchasing foods such as specialty flours, beans, nuts, candies and spices without the constriction of packaging. Essentially, you pay by weight and buy as much or as little as you like.

Bulk food store coming to Lakeland

Pleasant Grove Honorary Colonels fund trips to Dallas, Baton Rouge officer funerals

Supporting the work of police officers is the goal of the Pleasant Grove Police Department’s Honorary Colonels. During the last couple of weeks, the colonels – a group of volunteer citizens – boosted the morale of officers during a difficult…

Pleasant Grove Honorary Colonels fund trips to Dallas, Baton Rouge officer funerals

From the Web: Provo takes center stage in local Pokémon Go prank video

You may not know what the craze is all about, and you may not even care, but one thing is certain: you’ve undoubtedly seen at least one person out in public playing the hit new augmented reality game Pokémon Go.…

From the Web: Provo takes center stage in local Pokémon Go prank video

Political parties gaining new voters in Utah

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah residents aren’t hesitating to register as Democrats and Republicans despite an apparent lack of party unity at the national conventions.

Political parties gaining new voters in Utah

Former chamber of commerce employee charged with embezzlement may take deal

A resolution is expected for a former Utah Valley Chamber of Commerce employee charged with communications fraud and theft of more than $200,000 from the chamber.

Former chamber of commerce employee charged with embezzlement may take deal

100 percent containment of American Fork Canyon fire expected Tuesday

A 15-acre fire is nearly contained in American Fork Canyon following an explosion of a utility task vehicle on Sunday.

100 percent containment of American Fork Canyon fire expected Tuesday

Women underrepresented across Utah’s political spectrum

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah elected the nation’s first female state senator in 1896, when Martha Hughes Cannon defeated her husband and four other candidates to win the job.

Women underrepresented across Utah’s political spectrum