Daily Archives: August 1, 2016

McDonald’s removing preservatives in health push

The moves advance McDonald’s efforts to provide the healthier food options that consumers are increasingly seeking out.

McDonald’s removing preservatives in health push

Tesla’s deal for SolarCity could speed sustainable energy

Thirteen-year-old Tesla currently makes two luxury vehicles — the Model S sedan and Model X SUV— as well as Powerwall and Powerpack energy storage units for homes and businesses.

Tesla’s deal for SolarCity could speed sustainable energy

2infinity trampoline park set to open Aug. 11

The park will feature foam pits, parkour obstacles, trampoline dodge ball, and an aerial ninja obstacle course.

2infinity trampoline park set to open Aug. 11

Orem PD to host National Night Out event to encourage community-police relations

The National Night Out program, established more than 30 years ago, encourages communities across the nation to build bridges between neighborhoods and the police.

Orem PD to host National Night Out event to encourage community-police relations

Publix stock down, but company stays on record sales pace

Publix posted $8.1 billion in sales during the second quarter, which is a 2.1 percent increase from a year ago, when the grocer had $8 billion in sales.

Publix stock down, but company stays on record sales pace

Scorching summer heat in Salt Lake City breaks record

SALT LAKE CITY — The National Weather Service says the searing heat during the two-month period of June and July set a record for Salt Lake City.

Scorching summer heat in Salt Lake City breaks record

Publix stock down, but company stays on record sales pace

Publix posted $8.1 billion in sales during the second quarter, which is a 2.1 percent increase from a year ago, when the grocer had $8 billion in sales.

Publix stock down, but company stays on record sales pace

4-year-old severely injured by lawnmower in American Fork

A 4-year-old girl in American Fork was critically injured by a lawnmower Monday afternoon in American Fork.

4-year-old severely injured by lawnmower in American Fork

Environmentalists oppose potential site of Utah’s new prison

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah is closing in on a site for a new state prison, but environmentalists worry that the choice could harm migratory birds and the Great Salt Lake.

Environmentalists oppose potential site of Utah’s new prison

Ex-Utah House speaker requests recount after primary loss

SALT LAKE CITY — State Rep. Melvin Brown has asked for an election recount after losing a Republican primary race to Morgan County Commissioner Logan Wilde by eight votes.

Ex-Utah House speaker requests recount after primary loss