Daily Archives: August 12, 2016

BYU study: Avoiding awkward situations now may make young adults more withdrawn later

Young adults who skip a potentially awkward social outing now in favor of interacting with media may become more shy and antisocial later, according to research by a Brigham Young University professor.

BYU study: Avoiding awkward situations now may make young adults more withdrawn later

Foreign investors turning more attention to Florida

Foreign investors turning more attention to Florida

Tyler Glenn releases new song from upcoming solo album, ‘Excommunication’

Neon Trees lead singer Tyler Glenn released a new song Friday, “Shameless,” which will be on his first solo album, the forthcoming “Excommunication,” set to drop on Oct. 21.

Tyler Glenn releases new song from upcoming solo album, ‘Excommunication’

Cedar Hills man arrested on reports of raping teenager

American Fork police officers arrested a Cedar Hills man for reportedly sexually assaulting and raping a teenage girl.

Cedar Hills man arrested on reports of raping teenager

Utah schools can hire teachers without teaching license

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah public schools facing a teacher shortage will be able to hire people without a teaching license or experience.

Utah schools can hire teachers without teaching license

Former BYU student charged again with cooking meth, tells police ‘he was bored’

A former BYU student was charged again with cooking methamphetamine, this time in Salt Lake City.

Former BYU student charged again with cooking meth, tells police ‘he was bored’

BYU professors lead next generation of female scientists

Female scientists are making an immense impact throughout the world with their research and teaching. This impact can inspire young girls and women alike to one day make their own mark in the science world. In the BYU College of…

BYU professors lead next generation of female scientists

Trump acknowledges ‘tremendous problem in Utah’

ORLANDO, Fla. — In a rare show of humility by the boastful billionaire, Donald Trump is acknowledging that his presidential campaign faces challenges and could ultimately fall short.

Trump acknowledges ‘tremendous problem in Utah’

Lonestar set to play Utah County Fair

Before the release of their eponymous first studio album in 1995, the members of country group Lonestar had gone by a name that even they weren’t thrilled about: Texassee.

Lonestar set to play Utah County Fair

Ledger, News Chief journalists form union

Journalists in The Ledger and News Chief’s newsrooms elected to form a union Thursday and will be represented by The NewsGuild-Communication Workers of America. The bargaining unit, the first in the state according to the union, will cover the newspapers’ reporters, photographers, copyeditors and other non-management journalists.

Ledger, News Chief journalists form union