Daily Archives: June 1, 2017

Former Provo police chief’s sexual assault investigation records detail extramarital relationship

John King, former chief of the Provo Police Department, told Unified Police Department investigators that he had sex multiple times with a woman who volunteered to work with him and the department.

Former Provo police chief’s sexual assault investigation records detail extramarital relationship

I-15 crash near Spanish Fork causes traffic delays

Traffic on Interstate 15 near Spanish Fork was significantly impacted Thursday afternoon after a driver had a medical incident while driving that resulted in several traffic accidents, according to Utah Highway Patrol.

I-15 crash near Spanish Fork causes traffic delays

Rooftop headliner Joshua James talks independence, family and rock ’n’ roll

A couple months ago, Joshua James released “Millie,” a beautiful song for his newborn daughter. As he was talking on the phone about his spring tour, he was playing with “my little man” Oliver.

Rooftop headliner Joshua James talks independence, family and rock ’n’ roll

Utah GOP asking for $25 fee to vote on Jason Chaffetz’s replacement

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah’s Republican Party is asking delegates to donate $25 at the door of the party’s special convention to replace Congressman Jason Chaffetz, but the idea isn’t sitting well with everyone.

Utah GOP asking for $25 fee to vote on Jason Chaffetz’s replacement

Not surprisingly, shakes are the highlight of a visit to Shake Makers

When you find yourself at a restaurant with a name like Shake Makers, a few things can be assumed.

Not surprisingly, shakes are the highlight of a visit to Shake Makers

Vibrant, thrilling ‘Wonder Woman’ smashes the cinematic patriarchy

If history repeats itself, many of the reviews of the new “Wonder Woman” film will focus on the gender of its protagonist. When “Bridesmaids” elicited a gender-focused response (“Wow! A female-led comedy!”), it still didn’t keep the female-led “Ghostbusters” from…

Vibrant, thrilling ‘Wonder Woman’ smashes the cinematic patriarchy

Vibrant, thrilling ‘Wonder Woman’ smashes the cinematic patriarchy

If history repeats itself, many of the reviews of the new “Wonder Woman” film will focus on the gender of its protagonist. When “Bridesmaids” elicited a gender-focused response (“Wow! A female-led comedy!”), it still didn’t keep the female-led “Ghostbusters” from…

Vibrant, thrilling ‘Wonder Woman’ smashes the cinematic patriarchy

Fatal accident on I-15 shuts down northbound traffic in American Fork

Northbound traffic on Interstate 15 is at a standstill after a fatal accident that occurred Thursday morning near the 500 East American Fork exit.

Fatal accident on I-15 shuts down northbound traffic in American Fork

Sexual assault survivors can now be treated at any Utah County hospital

The rape response team at Utah Valley Hospital’s Merrill Gappmayer Family Medicine Center used to consider doing between 70 and 100 sexual assault exams within a year as a busy year.

Sexual assault survivors can now be treated at any Utah County hospital

Orem Mayor Richard Brunst announces run for second term with support from Gov. Gary Herbert

Orem Mayor Richard Brunst formally announced his candidacy for second term Wednesday among friends, family, business owners, elected officials and city royalty.

Orem Mayor Richard Brunst announces run for second term with support from Gov. Gary Herbert