Daily Archives: June 3, 2017

Report of multiple casualties in incident on London Bridge

LONDON — Armed British police rushed to London Bridge late Saturday after reports of a vehicle hitting pedestrians and possible stabbings.

Report of multiple casualties in incident on London Bridge

Their Voice: The impact of a mother’s determination and Spanish Fork businesses

Maya Angelou said, “To describe my mother would be to write about a hurricane in its perfect power.” I think a hurricane is a great metaphor to describe the power of a mother looking out for her children. In the…

Their Voice: The impact of a mother’s determination and Spanish Fork businesses

Local fifth graders square off in BYU Law School’s mock trial

A line of fifth-grade students from Wasatch Elementary School in Provo weaved their way into the court room. A 10-year-old judge wearing a shirt and tie took his place on the stand next to the bailiff. A few students sneaked…

Local fifth graders square off in BYU Law School’s mock trial

Highland Pioneer Museum and Cabin holds grand opening

The Highland Historical Society Museum is kicking off the summer with the summer opening of the Highland Historical Society Museum and Daughters of Utah Pioneers Pioneer Cabin.

Highland Pioneer Museum and Cabin holds grand opening

Elk Ridge girl gets wish granted at surprise party

When 16-year-old Olivia Leach stepped out of the black stretch Hummer that had just pulled into the Shops at Riverwoods in Provo on Wednesday, she screamed with delight.

Elk Ridge girl gets wish granted at surprise party

Review: Rooftop Concert keeps Provo buzzing with Mmend, Brumby and Joshua James

Another first Friday in downtown Provo, another installment of the Rooftop Concert Series.

Review: Rooftop Concert keeps Provo buzzing with Mmend, Brumby and Joshua James

American Fork Boomwhackers Choir Camp a success

Boomwhackers. The name is reminiscent of something from the Old Wild West, or even something you might find in a science-fiction novel.

American Fork Boomwhackers Choir Camp a success

Ex-spy says NSA did mass surveillance during Utah Olympics

SALT LAKE CITY — A former top spy agency official who was the target of a government leak investigation says the National Security Agency conducted “blanket” surveillance in Salt Lake City during the 2002 Winter Olympics in Utah.

Ex-spy says NSA did mass surveillance during Utah Olympics