Daily Archives: September 21, 2018

Fire breaks out at Lakeview Academy in Saratoga Springs

Firefighters responded Friday afternoon to a fire at a public charter school in Saratoga Springs.

Fire breaks out at Lakeview Academy in Saratoga Springs

Former Utah County real estate investor found guilty in fraud scheme

SALT LAKE CITY — A prominent Utah real estate investor has been found guilty of 15 charges related to one of the biggest fraud schemes in state history.

Former Utah County real estate investor found guilty in fraud scheme

St. George man arrested after reportedly sexually assaulting teen in Lehi

Lehi police arrested a 20-year-old St. George man Thursday after the man reportedly sexually assaulted a minor multiple times.

St. George man arrested after reportedly sexually assaulting teen in Lehi

Pole Creek and Bald Mountain fires reported at combined 116,641 acres Friday morning

The Pole Creek and Bald Mountain fires are at a combined 116,641 acres as of Friday morning.

Pole Creek and Bald Mountain fires reported at combined 116,641 acres Friday morning

LDS Church affirms camping, outdoor activities will be part of new youth programs

When news broke in May that The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was breaking ties with the Boy Scouts of America, one of the biggest questions on the minds of members was what activities the new proposed programs…

LDS Church affirms camping, outdoor activities will be part of new youth programs

LDS Church affirms camping, outdoor activities will be part of new youth programs

When news broke in May that The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was breaking ties with the Boy Scouts of America, one of the biggest questions on the minds of members was what activities the new proposed programs…

LDS Church affirms camping, outdoor activities will be part of new youth programs

Red Cross simulating disaster shelter at UCCU Center for preparedness fair

This year’s Emergency Preparedness Fair hits close to home for Utah County.

Red Cross simulating disaster shelter at UCCU Center for preparedness fair

Ranchers work overtime to evacuate cattle as fires advance — many for second time this year

Since the Pole Creek and Bald Mountain fires began advancing rapidly around Sept. 10, many ranchers are faced with the reality of evacuating their cattle for the second time this year.

Ranchers work overtime to evacuate cattle as fires advance — many for second time this year

Orem pickleball courts reducing crime

When the Sharon Park neighbors first heard the idea of having pickleball courts in their park, it didn’t sit well with them. After four months, however, they are now all for it.

Orem pickleball courts reducing crime

Woman who saved boy from dog attack among 16 Carnegie heroes

PITTSBURGH — A receptionist who used a child’s booster seat to fight off a pit bull that was attacking a 12-year-old boy is one of 16 people being honored with Carnegie medals for heroism.

Woman who saved boy from dog attack among 16 Carnegie heroes