Daily Archives: March 6, 2017

Revised travel ban mostly panned in refugee friendly Utah

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah refugee officials and Muslim advocates said Monday that President Donald Trump’s revised travel ban doesn’t alleviate their concerns about an initiative they contend unfairly targets refugees and Muslim countries.

Revised travel ban mostly panned in refugee friendly Utah

Landmark High School teacher charged with rape of students appointed public defender

A former Landmark High School teacher charged with raping two male students has been appointed a public defender after her attorney withdrew from her case.

Landmark High School teacher charged with rape of students appointed public defender

Utah warns of solar energy phone scams

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah officials are warning residents about phone scams targeting those with solar panels on their homes and businesses.

Utah warns of solar energy phone scams

Provo Girls Summit connects professionals and young girls

The first-ever Provo Girls Summit on Wednesday evening will be a business fair — but one highlighting a targeting a specific batch of future business owners, leaders and employees: girls.

Provo Girls Summit connects professionals and young girls

Lanes closed on southbound I-15 after trooper hit in Lindon

Four lanes of traffic on Interstate 15 are closed in Lindon after an accident that reportedly involves a Utah Highway Patrol trooper.

Lanes closed on southbound I-15 after trooper hit in Lindon

BYU MOA’s ‘Embracing Diverse Voices’ exhibit will teach you a thing or two about race

Renowned artist Lorna Simpson has a piece titled “Odds.” That piece, which is featured in the Brigham Young University Museum of Art’s new exhibit, “Embracing Diverse Voices,” shows three photographs of black women. Their backs are turned from the camera,…

BYU MOA’s ‘Embracing Diverse Voices’ exhibit will teach you a thing or two about race

Senate committee passes bill to accelerate transportation projects, possibly including I-15

A Utah Senate committee recommended a bill Monday morning that would speed up the timeline on high-priority transportation projects in Utah.

Senate committee passes bill to accelerate transportation projects, possibly including I-15

Jason Chaffetz says he hasn’t seen wiretap evidence

Rep. Jason Chaffetz, a Utah Republican who chairs the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, says he hasn’t seen evidence of President Donald Trump’s claim that Barack Obama wiretapped Trump Tower last year during the election.

Jason Chaffetz says he hasn’t seen wiretap evidence

Utah County’s Most Wanted: Man wanted for armed assault of family

The Utah County Sheriff’s Office is actively searching for Juan Alcantara, last known to live in the Orem area, for one warrant for his arrest.

Utah County’s Most Wanted: Man wanted for armed assault of family

Pit bikes provide fun for young and experienced riders alike

Engines rev and the smell of rubber and gas lingers in the air in the open basement of Monarch Honda in Orem as riders begin to gather at the starting line on their miniature dirt bikes. Behind the starting line,…

Pit bikes provide fun for young and experienced riders alike