Daily Archives: September 6, 2018

Provo float spa offers new relaxation therapy

A Provo business is helping clients float their worry and pain away.

Provo float spa offers new relaxation therapy

Assistant fire chief in Millard County charged in Provo, allegedly sexually assaulted coworker

The assistant fire chief at the Kanosh Fire Department was charged with repeatedly sexually assaulting a firefighter under his command in Millard County for the past three years.

Assistant fire chief in Millard County charged in Provo, allegedly sexually assaulted coworker

Artist rendering of new LDS temple in Pocatello released

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints released the first rendering for an announced temple to be built in Pocatello, Idaho.

Artist rendering of new LDS temple in Pocatello released

Deal unlikely in case a LDS Church sexual abuse case

SALT LAKE CITY — Mormon church lawyers say it’s unlikely they will reach a settlement with a woman who accuses the faith of covering for a former missionary leader who she says raped her in the 1980s.

Deal unlikely in case a LDS Church sexual abuse case

Make Capriotti’s a part of your sandwich selection

Look at a list or directory of restaurants in Utah County and it’s not hard to find a sandwich shop likely within a mile of your home, whether that be a Subway, Jimmy John’s, Jersey Mike’s or one of the…

Make Capriotti’s a part of your sandwich selection

Judge says suspect in Nevada LDS Church shooting incompetent

FALLON, Nev. — A judge says a 48-year-old northern Nevada man isn’t currently competent to stand trial in the fatal shooting of a fellow congregation member inside a Mormon church.

Judge says suspect in Nevada LDS Church shooting incompetent

Long-awaited shooting closure on 2,000 acres near Lake Mountain implemented

A long-awaited shooting closure on more than 2,000 acres of public land on the West side of Utah Lake is now in effect after a several-year process.

Long-awaited shooting closure on 2,000 acres near Lake Mountain implemented

Long-awaited shooting closure on 2,000 acres near Lake Mountain implemented

A long-awaited shooting closure on more than 2,000 acres of public land on the West side of Utah Lake is now in effect after a several-year process.

Long-awaited shooting closure on 2,000 acres near Lake Mountain implemented

UTA to offer additional services before, after Saturday’s BYU game

BYU will kick off their home schedule against Cal at LaVell Edwards Stadium Saturday evening, and if you are headed to the game, you may already be anxious about parking.

UTA to offer additional services before, after Saturday’s BYU game

FilmQuest 2018 celebrates cinematic sci-fi, horror, fantasy

A film festival taking place this and next week at Velour Live Music Gallery aims to bring the best in independent sci-fi, fantasy and horror films to downtown Provo.

FilmQuest 2018 celebrates cinematic sci-fi, horror, fantasy