Monthly Archives: February 2017

Chaffetz faces a new opponent: a D.C. PAC created to oust him

WASHINGTON – After flooding his office phone lines with complaints and mocking him on social media, District activists are starting a political action committee to target a Utah congressman who has sought to use his powerful House post to overturn…

Chaffetz faces a new opponent: a D.C. PAC created to oust him

Movies still rolling at Larsen Video store in Springville after all others have closed

In the age of digital streaming services such as Netflix, and with Redbox kiosks peppering the county, Larsen Video is alive and well.

Movies still rolling at Larsen Video store in Springville after all others have closed

Provo police chief issues statement regarding department’s role in immigration

As the government has floated the idea of police agencies conducting mass deportations and raiding homes to deport illegal immigrants, the Provo police chief has reminded his officers that is not their role.

Provo police chief issues statement regarding department’s role in immigration

Senate committee recommends bill outlining medical marijuana regulation

Utah legislators have reiterated throughout the 2017 legislative session that medical marijuana will not be legalized this year.

Senate committee recommends bill outlining medical marijuana regulation

Decedent in fatal I-15 accident in Orem identified

The identity of a woman killed Monday on Interstate 15 in Orem has been released by the Utah Highway Patrol.

Decedent in fatal I-15 accident in Orem identified

Saratoga Springs police arrest man with extensive criminal history on report of stealing car

Saratoga Springs police officers arrested a man Monday afternoon on a report he’d stolen a car from a dealership and went to great efforts to make the vehicle appear to be his.

Saratoga Springs police arrest man with extensive criminal history on report of stealing car

Mike Lee, 2 other GOP senators voice opposition to emerging health care plans

Three key conservative GOP senators are announcing their opposition to health care plans emerging in the House.

Mike Lee, 2 other GOP senators voice opposition to emerging health care plans

Provo police arrest man on report of molesting underage girl

A man was arrested Monday by Provo police officers on reports of sexually abusing an underage girl.

Provo police arrest man on report of molesting underage girl

Students return to Franklin Discovery Academy after school put on probation

To the eye, Monday looked like a normal day at Franklin Discovery Academy.

Students return to Franklin Discovery Academy after school put on probation

From the Web: ‘La La Land’ parody spoofs jazz love story

From the Web: ‘La La Land’ parody spoofs jazz love story