Monthly Archives: October 2018

Triumph Boulevard overpass opens in Lehi

Triumph Boulevard, a new east/west connection bridge over Interstate 15 in Lehi, opened Thursday morning.

Triumph Boulevard overpass opens in Lehi

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Orem man arrested for reportedly kidnapping an infant

An Orem man reportedly violated a protective order and kidnapped an infant girl from a car seat inside a vehicle, the Orem Police Department reported.

Orem man arrested for reportedly kidnapping an infant

UVU will pay former Title IX director $45,000 to settle lawsuit

Utah Valley University will pay its former Title IX director $45,000 as part of an agreement for both parties to drop legal claims against each other, according to documents obtained Wednesday.

UVU will pay former Title IX director $45,000 to settle lawsuit

Deputies ask for help to ID suspects in Vineyard vehicle theft

The Utah County Sheriff’s Office is looking for two people who reportedly stole credit cards from a car in Vineyard.

Deputies ask for help to ID suspects in Vineyard vehicle theft

One person shot in the foot after argument between two men in Springville

Officers arrested two people involved in an accidental shooting that happened during an argument with a large group of people in Springville.

One person shot in the foot after argument between two men in Springville

Detectives arrest two Spanish Fork residents with $31K in drugs, 20,000 rounds of ammunition

Two people were arrested on Monday after investigators found living marijuana plants, large quantities of illicit drugs, several weapons and ammunition inside a home in Spanish Fork.

Detectives arrest two Spanish Fork residents with $31K in drugs, 20,000 rounds of ammunition

Detectives arrest two Spanish Fork residents with $31K in drugs, 20,000 rounds of ammunition

Two people were arrested on Monday after investigators found living marijuana plants, large quantities of illicit drugs, several weapons and ammunition inside a home in Spanish Fork.

Detectives arrest two Spanish Fork residents with $31K in drugs, 20,000 rounds of ammunition

Utah seeks more influence over national forest management

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah Gov. Gary Herbert is planning to ask the U.S. Department of Agriculture for permission to thin forests, clear out dead trees and do controlled burnings on protected areas that account for nearly half of national…

Utah seeks more influence over national forest management

Orem officers respond to crash involving a school bus

A school bus and a car collided Wednesday morning, the Orem Police Department reported.

Orem officers respond to crash involving a school bus

BYU Laboween demonstrates the magic of mechanical engineering

Engineering students enjoyed a unique pre-Halloween experience Tuesday afternoon at Brigham Young University.

BYU Laboween demonstrates the magic of mechanical engineering