Daily Archives: December 24, 2016

Eagle Mountain teen, 15, missing

The Utah County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a missing 15-year-old Eagle Mountain teen, according to a press release.

Eagle Mountain teen, 15, missing

Shop With a Cop an eye-opener for first-timers

While Shop With a Cop has been a yearly tradition in Utah County since 1990, this year’s event, held Dec. 17, had the largest number of children participating.

Shop With a Cop an eye-opener for first-timers

The Skinny: Preaching to the choir

What “Mormon problem?”

The Skinny: Preaching to the choir

Top 5: Provo saw fruits of redevelopment and growth in 2016

Today marks the fifth in a series of stories devoted to the top news events in Utah County in 2016.

Top 5: Provo saw fruits of redevelopment and growth in 2016

American Fork police investigating robbery, asking for assistance

American Fork police are investigating a shooting that happened early Saturday morning at a local gas station.

American Fork police investigating robbery, asking for assistance

American Fork police investigating robbery, asking for assistance

American Fork police are investigating a shooting that happened early Saturday morning at a local gas station.

American Fork police investigating robbery, asking for assistance

LDS missionary killed in traffic accident

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced Saturday the death of one of its missionaries following a traffic accident in South Africa.

LDS missionary killed in traffic accident

Legislative issues to watch for in 2017: Domestic violence

During the 2017 session of the Utah Legislature, people can expect to see attempts to beef up some victim protections and clarify language that might help prosecutors make cases against domestic violence offenders.

Legislative issues to watch for in 2017: Domestic violence

Encircle home in downtown Provo to bring services to LGBT youth and families

The smell of cookies baking in the oven, the sound of laughter from friends and family, and the reassurance of having a place of belonging are the hallmarks of many Provo residences during the holiday season and throughout the year.

Encircle home in downtown Provo to bring services to LGBT youth and families

Timeline moved back on Payson Interchange study

A controversial road improvement project in Payson has had its timeline pushed back in order to consider additional options for completing the project.

Timeline moved back on Payson Interchange study