Daily Archives: February 1, 2018

American Fork man’s charges upgraded to murder in case of stepfather’s death

A man accused of causing injuries to his stepfather that later resulted in the man’s death has had his charges upgraded in court from manslaughter to murder.

American Fork man’s charges upgraded to murder in case of stepfather’s death

Eagle Mountain parents who locked boy in basement enter not guilty plea in child abuse case

An Eagle Mountain couple charged with child abuse for reportedly locking an adopted child in a basement room for hours at a time and forcing him to eat only carrots pleaded not guilty to the charge in Fourth District Court…

Eagle Mountain parents who locked boy in basement enter not guilty plea in child abuse case

Utah Valley Hospital’s new Sorenson Legacy Tower is almost ready for patients

The first landmark in Utah Valley Hospital’s $430 million hospital replacement project is complete.

Utah Valley Hospital’s new Sorenson Legacy Tower is almost ready for patients

What is the most popular Valentine’s Day candy in Utah?

February is here and Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, which means you may be on the hunt for you favorite Valentine’s candy.

What is the most popular Valentine’s Day candy in Utah?

Block is Utah County’s newest finer dining restaurant — and it’s good

While restaurants come and go in Provo about as frequently as the university students, few fine dining operations come and fewer even stay.

Block is Utah County’s newest finer dining restaurant — and it’s good

LDS Church realigns and adds missions as wave of missionaries recedes

Since the October 2012 announcement from President Thomas S. Monson regarding the change in the ages for missionary service, the church has created 76 new missions to accommodate a surge in growth from 58,000 to 88,000 missionaries.

LDS Church realigns and adds missions as wave of missionaries recedes

Sundance rewind: A look back at our favorite memories from the 2018 festival

It’s a wrap!

Sundance rewind: A look back at our favorite memories from the 2018 festival

App’s SafeWalk function allows BYU Police to protect students by virtually tracking their location

It’s dark and late. Maybe the shadows seem a little sinister. A student may feel safer with a campus police officer walking next to them, but for most of them, they don’t want to bother officers.

App’s SafeWalk function allows BYU Police to protect students by virtually tracking their location

‘Net zero’ Provo home will produce as much energy as it uses

Carl Youngblood has long held an interest in energy efficiency, and it shows. He drives an electric car and is thinking of trading in his family’s second vehicle for a Tesla.

‘Net zero’ Provo home will produce as much energy as it uses

American Fork man arrested on suspicion of distributing LSD

An American Fork man was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of distributing LSD.

American Fork man arrested on suspicion of distributing LSD