Daily Archives: September 22, 2018

American Fork Police looking for runaway teens

American Fork Police are searching for two missing teenage boys believed to be runaways.

American Fork Police looking for runaway teens

Woodland Hills, Elk Ridge evacuees of return home

Saturday morning was the homecoming thousands of Woodland Hills and Elk Ridge residents were afraid would never happen again.

Woodland Hills, Elk Ridge evacuees of return home

Woodland Hills, Elk Ridge evacuees of return home

Saturday morning was the homecoming thousands of Woodland Hills and Elk Ridge residents were afraid would never happen again.

Woodland Hills, Elk Ridge evacuees of return home

Partially paralyzed Utah barrel racer’s story to hit Netflix

LOGAN, Utah — Not everyone can say they’ve been a stunt double in a feature film.

Partially paralyzed Utah barrel racer’s story to hit Netflix

Abrupt street closure angers Saratoga Springs residents

Some residents are confused and frustrated about a recent road closure in the Harvest Hills neighborhood of Saratoga Springs.

Abrupt street closure angers Saratoga Springs residents

Utah Valley firefighters participate in trench rescue training

One cubic yard of soil can weigh between 2,000 and 3,000 pounds; if an entire trench wall of soil were to collapse, the results would be disastrous for anyone in the trench.

Utah Valley firefighters participate in trench rescue training

Worship services Sept. 23

Baptist Church

Worship services Sept. 23

Shielding homes: how firefighters protect structures and save property

To Jordan Williams, the No. 1 priority when fighting fires is the safety of firefighters.

Shielding homes: how firefighters protect structures and save property

John Curtis, local leaders, talk aftermath of Pole Creek and Bald Mountain fires

While the focus of the last week has been putting out the Pole Creek and Bald Mountain fires, many officials are looking to preventing such massive burns in the first place.

John Curtis, local leaders, talk aftermath of Pole Creek and Bald Mountain fires

Case moved to Provo for man accused in massive 2017 wildfire

ST. GEORGE, Utah — A judge has picked a new venue for the trial of a Utah man charged with accidentally starting a massive wildfire in southern Utah last year.

Case moved to Provo for man accused in massive 2017 wildfire