Daily Archives: June 5, 2018

Cause of fire that burned two Provo homes still undetermined

The cause of a fire that damaged two houses in southwest Provo is still undetermined Tuesday.

Cause of fire that burned two Provo homes still undetermined

Judge orders independent lab testing for DNA in 1988 Spanish Fork cold case

When Peggy Sue Case disappeared in July 1988, police worked tirelessly to find evidence to press charges.

Judge orders independent lab testing for DNA in 1988 Spanish Fork cold case

Midvale man sentenced for sexually abusing two autistic children

A Midvale man accused of nine counts of sexual abuse against two autistic children was sentenced to prison on Tuesday.

Midvale man sentenced for sexually abusing two autistic children

Semi-rollover in Provo Canyon, medical helicopter dispatched

The Utah Highway Patrol, assisted by three other agencies, were dispatched Tuesday afternoon to a semi-rollover by Vivian Park in Provo Canyon.

Semi-rollover in Provo Canyon, medical helicopter dispatched

Semi-rollover in Provo Canyon, medical helicopter dispatched

The Utah Highway Patrol, assisted by three other agencies, were dispatched Tuesday afternoon to a semi-rollover by Vivian Park in Provo Canyon.

Semi-rollover in Provo Canyon, medical helicopter dispatched

Cirque Italia to bring fountains of talent to Provo with ‘Aquatic Spectacular’

Novelty, talent, acrobatics, jaw-dropping acts and incredible showmanship all combine with 35,000 gallons of water-based magic under the blue-and-white tent of Cirque Italia, a traveling circus that will bring its “Aquatic Spectacular” to Provo starting Thursday.

Cirque Italia to bring fountains of talent to Provo with ‘Aquatic Spectacular’

LDS Church members missing, injured following volcano eruption in Guatemala

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is providing relief in Central America following Sunday’s eruption of Guatemala’s Fuego Volcano.

LDS Church members missing, injured following volcano eruption in Guatemala

LDS Church members missing, injured following volcano eruption in Guatemala

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is providing relief in Central America following Sunday’s eruption of Guatemala’s Fuego Volcano.

LDS Church members missing, injured following volcano eruption in Guatemala

Utah County discusses how to implement diesel emissions testing, now required by law

Despite being the second-largest county by population in Utah, Utah County has remained exempt from testing diesel vehicles for emissions compliance.

Utah County discusses how to implement diesel emissions testing, now required by law

As Orem Summerfest brings people together, it introduces new pie eating contest

Orem Summerfest organizers believe the strength of the festival’s tradition comes from the way it involves everyone in the community, no matter their background, to bring them together.

As Orem Summerfest brings people together, it introduces new pie eating contest