Daily Archives: November 1, 2017

Trial scheduled for Provo soccer coach charged with rape of teen girl

A trial date was set Wednesday for a man charged with raping a child while he had served as a soccer coach at the Walden School of Liberal Arts in Provo.

Trial scheduled for Provo soccer coach charged with rape of teen girl

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Woman sentenced to jail, probation, for dealing drugs in front of children in Springville

A woman was sentenced to 210 days in jail Tuesday for selling drugs out of her car while her three children were present.

Woman sentenced to jail, probation, for dealing drugs in front of children in Springville

Woman sentenced to jail, probation, for dealing drugs in front of children in Springville

A woman was sentenced to 210 days in jail Tuesday for selling drugs out of her car while her three children were present.

Woman sentenced to jail, probation, for dealing drugs in front of children in Springville

Merit College Preparatory Academy raises thousands to help Kenyan sister school

A small, humble school in Mtulu, Kenya, has come a long way since it was adopted by a Springville public charter school in 2011.

Merit College Preparatory Academy raises thousands to help Kenyan sister school

Where to donate extra Halloween candy and costumes

Americans planned to spend a combined $3.4 million on costumes and $2.7 billion on candy for Halloween this year, according to the National Retail Federation. And now that Halloween is over, organizations across Utah County are accepting donations of extra…

Where to donate extra Halloween candy and costumes

Salem police seeking help identifying man who exposed himself to jogger

Salem Police Department is asking for the public’s help identifying a man who reportedly exposed himself to a woman Wednesday morning.

Salem police seeking help identifying man who exposed himself to jogger

Police scour for details leading up to Utah student slaying

SALT LAKE CITY — Authorities are trying to figure out how a longtime criminal recently released from an Alabama prison ended up in a Utah canyon where he’s suspected of killing a 23-year-old devout Mormon immigrant from China.

Police scour for details leading up to Utah student slaying

Provo Municipal Council preps for potential interim mayor should John Curtis win congressional seat

It’s all about the “what ifs” when it comes to the Provo Municipal Council and administration prepping for a potential interim mayor.

Provo Municipal Council preps for potential interim mayor should John Curtis win congressional seat

Provo man continues 40-year-old Halloween doughnut-making tradition

Chuck Hugo sets up his dutch ovens at 6 p.m. every Halloween night and keeps an eye out. Once the trick-or-treaters start coming up his driveway, the crowd doesn’t stop.

Provo man continues 40-year-old Halloween doughnut-making tradition