Monthly Archives: November 2017

Orem residents given false information about their homes being taken

It has been three weeks since the general election and Orem city officials are still clearing up false campaign accusations that west side residents will be losing their homes to a new road.

Orem residents given false information about their homes being taken

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Family-friendly service ideas around Utah County

Utah County is known as a very generous place, even garnering national notice — the most recent of which was WalletHub’s 2017 World Giving Index, which rated Utah the most charitable state in the country.

Family-friendly service ideas around Utah County

Man arrested after reported attempts to claim ownership of vacant Provo home he doesn’t own

A Provo man was arrested Tuesday on reports of claiming to own a home and then attempting to sell it back to the person who actually owns it.

Man arrested after reported attempts to claim ownership of vacant Provo home he doesn’t own

Orem man arrested on reports of sexually abusing a child

An Orem man was arrested Tuesday on reports of sexually abusing a child.

Orem man arrested on reports of sexually abusing a child

Utah health officials see rise in fentanyl-related deaths

SALT LAKE CITY — A report from the Utah Department of Health says fentanyl-related deaths increased by 78 percent from 2015 to 2016.

Utah health officials see rise in fentanyl-related deaths

Utah County commissioner switched affiliation to Democrat for several weeks, will not seek reelection

One of Utah County’s three Republican commissioners switched his party affiliation to Democrat for a few weeks in what he says was an attempt to get an “audience” during budget season.

Utah County commissioner switched affiliation to Democrat for several weeks, will not seek reelection

Cedar Hills victim of Brussels bombing discusses new book ‘Left Standing’

In the fall of last year, Mason Wells found himself on campus at the University of Utah. The campus sits just below the University’s hospital. Just six months earlier, Wells had been staying at that hospital, where he was treated…

Cedar Hills victim of Brussels bombing discusses new book ‘Left Standing’

Utah County commissioner switched affiliation to Democrat for several weeks, will not seek reelection

One of Utah County’s three Republican commissioners switched his party affiliation to Democrat for a few weeks in what he says was an attempt to get an “audience” during budget season.

Utah County commissioner switched affiliation to Democrat for several weeks, will not seek reelection

Spanish Fork man arrested on reports of possessing $1350 worth of meth

A Spanish Fork man was arrested Tuesday on reports of possessing more than $1,350 of methamphetamine.

Spanish Fork man arrested on reports of possessing $1350 worth of meth

Utah lawmaker wants costs of death penalty, life in prison

OGDEN — A Utah lawmaker wants to study the costs of capital punishment and determine whether it’s actually cheaper to keep an inmate in prison for life.

Utah lawmaker wants costs of death penalty, life in prison