Daily Archives: December 14, 2016

Utah thought leaders cautiously optimistic on future of Utah business under Trump administration

The leaders that gathered Wednesday morning in Salt Lake City were hard-pressed to distill the Trump administration’s economic impact on Utah business within its short hour of discussion.

Utah thought leaders cautiously optimistic on future of Utah business under Trump administration

Springville pair arrested for reportedly distributing drugs at mall

Provo police arrested a Springville man and woman for reportedly intending to distribute drugs at the Provo Towne Centre Mall.

Springville pair arrested for reportedly distributing drugs at mall

Provo man charged with torturing, killing cats takes plea deal

A Provo man pleaded guilty on Tuesday to torturing and killing at least 11 cats.

Provo man charged with torturing, killing cats takes plea deal

Utah lawmaker wants to require all rape kits be tested

SALT LAKE CITY — A Utah lawmaker wants to require that all evidence kits police collect after a sexual assault be tested to catalog and compare the perpetrator’s DNA against other rapes.

Utah lawmaker wants to require all rape kits be tested

No more jail for Provo man who brought small bomb to US building

SALT LAKE CITY — A federal judge is allowing a Provo man accused of trying to bring a small homemade explosive device into a U.S. government building in Salt Lake City to remain free and not serve more jail time.

No more jail for Provo man who brought small bomb to US building

Six-year-old boy asking Santa for a mattress

Last year, Lisa’s four children got letters from Santa instead of a present. They weren’t too upset, she said, and thought the notes were cool.

Six-year-old boy asking Santa for a mattress

Community Action Services, United Way uses vouchers to provide clothes

Utah County’s nonprofit organizations offer many opportunities to give back. This series, which will run periodically until Christmas, highlights some of the ways residents can give back.

Community Action Services, United Way uses vouchers to provide clothes

After Highland man’s accidental death in American Fork Canyon, people inspired to aid homeless

With thousands of crucial yet everyday people comprising the Utah Valley community, the Daily Herald would like to further highlight and share the real stories and impact of those who have recently departed. “A bit more of the story” reflects…

After Highland man’s accidental death in American Fork Canyon, people inspired to aid homeless

Sodalicious’ lines in Provo a good problem, though businesses to face changes with BRT construction

Kevin and Annie Auernig have a good problem; it’s similar to Starbucks in Seattle.

Sodalicious’ lines in Provo a good problem, though businesses to face changes with BRT construction

Construction bid accepted for Provost Elementary School rebuild

The rebuild of Provost Elementary School in Provo is moving forward.

Construction bid accepted for Provost Elementary School rebuild