Daily Archives: December 8, 2016

American Fork shooting highlights gaps for domestic violence victims

SALT LAKE CITY — The case of a Utah woman who police say was shot and killed by her ex-boyfriend shortly after getting a restraining order against him exposes gaps in the system for victims of domestic violence, advocates said…

American Fork shooting highlights gaps for domestic violence victims

Arguments in dirty soda lawsuit bubble over

The legal battle between two soda shops, Sodalicious and Swig, has grown contentious as attorneys on both sides can’t seem to even settle on a day to meet together in court.

Arguments in dirty soda lawsuit bubble over

Police: Man who claimed Hobble Creek Canyon attack stabbed himself

After being given a series of strange and doubtful stories, police now believe a man who said he was attacked in Hobble Creek Canyon was just screwing with them.

Police: Man who claimed Hobble Creek Canyon attack stabbed himself

Documentary explores the global network of Latter-day Saints

Brandon C.W. Johnson was drawn to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints because of the closeness he observed among the church’s membership.

Documentary explores the global network of Latter-day Saints

Their Voice: Making the holidays smooth for those with autism

There is a very valid reason that the words “hustle” and “bustle” are often used during the holiday season. It seems like from Black Friday through Christmas Eve we are always hurrying from one place to the next.

Their Voice: Making the holidays smooth for those with autism

Utah County students love STEAM at I Heart Tech conference

Sometimes it’s amazing what teens will do when they are intrigued with a subject. A sizable number of them gave up most of Monday afternoon and evening for the chance to learn more about technology and computer science.

Utah County students love STEAM at I Heart Tech conference

Provo’s newest pizzeria a hidden gem

There is only one way pizza should be eaten.

Provo’s newest pizzeria a hidden gem

Job cutbacks and vehicle emergencies take money from family’s Christmas

Job cutbacks and vehicle emergencies have taken most of the money Nancy and her family were hoping to have for Christmas this year.

Job cutbacks and vehicle emergencies take money from family’s Christmas

Committee looking toward Utah County funds to preserve Four Bay recreational area

Those interested in preserving more than 500 acres toward the base of Payson Canyon from development feel they have made progress in coming up with a solution that works for both preservationists and the city of Payson.

Committee looking toward Utah County funds to preserve Four Bay recreational area

Snow advisory in effect Thursday; winter weather expected throughout the weekend

Christmas carols aside, The National Weather Service is warning that the weather outside will be frightful for Wasatch Front residents should winter storm conditions prevail through most of the weekend beginning Thursday afternoon.

Snow advisory in effect Thursday; winter weather expected throughout the weekend