Daily Archives: September 19, 2018

Police release names, photos of 25th Street shooting suspects; 2 yet to be caught

OGDEN — Police have made one arrest and issued two arrest warrants in connection with a shooting on 25th Street earlier this month that injured three people.

Police release names, photos of 25th Street shooting suspects; 2 yet to be caught

Police release names, photos of 25th Street shooting suspects; 2 yet to be caught

OGDEN — Police have made one arrest and issued two arrest warrants in connection with a shooting on 25th Street earlier this month that injured three people.

Police release names, photos of 25th Street shooting suspects; 2 yet to be caught

FilmQuest empowers filmmakers via networking opportunities

Enthusiastic chatter filled Velour Live Music Gallery last week as directors, producers, writers and actors alike met for a filmmaker speed-dating workshop meant to help FilmQuest attendees network with other industry professionals.

FilmQuest empowers filmmakers via networking opportunities

Former Spanish Fork teacher sentenced to prison for sexual abuse of a student

An Orem woman who pleaded guilty to sexual abusing a student is headed to prison.

Former Spanish Fork teacher sentenced to prison for sexual abuse of a student

Elizabeth Smart: Kidnapping accomplice’s apology fell short

SALT LAKE CITY — Elizabeth Smart says the woman who helped kidnap her when she was 14 and stood by as she was sexually assaulted fell short on her apology.

Elizabeth Smart: Kidnapping accomplice’s apology fell short

Pole Creek, Bald Mountain fires exceed 100,000 combined acres

Conditions are expected to continue to be rough Wednesday for firefighters fighting the Pole Creek and Bald Mountain fires in the south end of Utah County.

Pole Creek, Bald Mountain fires exceed 100,000 combined acres

Pole Creek, Bald Mountain fires exceed 100,000 combined acres

Conditions are expected to continue to be rough Wednesday for firefighters fighting the Pole Creek and Bald Mountain fires in the south end of Utah County.

Pole Creek, Bald Mountain fires exceed 100,000 combined acres

BYU law school admits first predominantly-female class

Missions for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints may be spurring more LDS women to pursue law school.

BYU law school admits first predominantly-female class