Daily Archives: March 7, 2017

Utah Legislature passes bill to bond $1 billion to speed up transportation projects

The Utah Legislature has approved a bill that will allow $1 billion to be bonded over the next four years to speed up transportation projects around the state.

Utah Legislature passes bill to bond $1 billion to speed up transportation projects

Utah Valley Educator of the Week: Deon Bradford

Deon Bradford teaches special education to kindergartners through sixth graders at Mt. Loafer Elementary in Salem.

Utah Valley Educator of the Week: Deon Bradford

Ex-Utah attorney general alleges misconduct against agents

SALT LAKE CITY — Former Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff has filed a federal misconduct complaint against the state and federal agents who investigated him.

Ex-Utah attorney general alleges misconduct against agents

UHP trooper expected to be released from hospital soon after being struck on I-15

A Utah Highway Patrol trooper is expected to be released from Utah Valley Hospital in Provo within the next few days after being struck Monday outside his vehicle by an SUV on Interstate 15 near Lindon.

UHP trooper expected to be released from hospital soon after being struck on I-15

Provo police: Man held woman hostage, believed she was government spy

Officers with the Provo Police Department arrested a man Monday night on reports he’d held a woman hostage and assaulted her because he believed she was a government agent.

Provo police: Man held woman hostage, believed she was government spy

Provo’s Aaliyah Rose joins Gwen Stefani’s team on “The Voice”

A 14-year-old Provo girl created a buzz Monday night on “The Voice.”

Provo’s Aaliyah Rose joins Gwen Stefani’s team on “The Voice”

Chaffetz: Prioritize paying for health care over new phone

WASHINGTON – Rep. Jason Chaffetz says that the GOP’s long-awaited health care plan may lead people to put aside money for their health care instead of “getting that new iPhone.”

Chaffetz: Prioritize paying for health care over new phone

Authorities: I-15 crash happened after driver fell asleep

PLEASANT GROVE — Authorities in Utah say the crash on Interstate 15 that left a Highway Patrol trooper critically injured occurred after the driver of a sport utility vehicle fell asleep.

Authorities: I-15 crash happened after driver fell asleep

Six Sisters Deli expands at Cedar Hills Community Center with 6S Grille

The 6S Grille had a soft opening Saturday at the Cedar Hills Community Center, which will continue through the rest of March until the eatery’s grand opening April 1.

Six Sisters Deli expands at Cedar Hills Community Center with 6S Grille

Bill protecting LGBT from getting kicked out of homes stalls

SALT LAKE CITY — A proposal that would have precluded parents from defending themselves against child endangerment charges if they kick a kid out for being LGBTQ has stalled in a committee hearing.

Bill protecting LGBT from getting kicked out of homes stalls