Daily Archives: November 14, 2017

Man charged with 2015 murder of Orem woman and her son makes initial court appearance

The man arrested on a warrant for the 2015 murder of an Orem mother and her son made his first court appearance in American Fork District Court Tuesday.

Man charged with 2015 murder of Orem woman and her son makes initial court appearance

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Utah County joins movement to pursue legal action against opioid distributors

By the end of the year, Utah County will take action to pursue legal action against drug manufacturers and distributors of opioids, according to a resolution the Utah County Commission passed Tuesday.

Utah County joins movement to pursue legal action against opioid distributors

Police: Evidence supports Mapleton shooting was a murder-suicide

Mapleton police officials released an update in their investigation into the shooting deaths of four individuals, stating that examinations continue to show the situation was a murder-suicide.

Police: Evidence supports Mapleton shooting was a murder-suicide

Elder M. Russell Ballard addresses LGBTQ community during BYU devotional

Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints can do more to listen and understand the experiences of LGBTQ members, according to a church leader Tuesday.

Elder M. Russell Ballard addresses LGBTQ community during BYU devotional

Preparing for ‘Justice League’ with a look back at DC’s uneven universe

When Marvel called upon Joss Whedon to helm the first superhero team-up mega-sequel “The Avengers” in 2012, the result was a hit, and all major competing studios snapped to attention. Everybody wanted to get in on that sweet teamwork action.

Preparing for ‘Justice League’ with a look back at DC’s uneven universe

Springville Library changing the way patrons discover new things with unusual check out items

Springville library patrons can now check out new discoveries.

Springville Library changing the way patrons discover new things with unusual check out items

Elections office fills in blank ovals on ballots

While this year’s elections have seen some interesting twists, one of the most problematic could be the printed stickers used by those voting for Provo mayoral write-in candidate, Odell Miner.

Elections office fills in blank ovals on ballots

Orem state senator launches petition to get Mitt Romney to run for U.S. Senate

A Utah State Senator from Orem is attempting to convince former presidential contender Mitt Romney to run for a U.S. Senate seat in Utah.

Orem state senator launches petition to get Mitt Romney to run for U.S. Senate

John Curtis sworn in as member of 115th Congress

Provo Mayor John Curtis’ resignation letter went into effect at 4:45 p.m. Monday as he was formerly sworn in as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives.

John Curtis sworn in as member of 115th Congress

Utah Department of Transportation unveils new projects

The Utah Department of Transportation will hold a public open house and accompanying public hearing for the Draft Environmental Impact Statement on proposed recommendations for highway improvements to the Valley View Highway.

Utah Department of Transportation unveils new projects