Monthly Archives: February 2019

Report shows BYU police officer shared private police reports with BYU’s Honor Code Office

Investigative records released by Utah’s Peace Officer Standards and Training show that a Brigham Young University police officer had illegally accessed and distributed protected information from other police agencies between August 2014 and June 2016.

Report shows BYU police officer shared private police reports with BYU’s Honor Code Office

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Former UVU dean and financial manager charged with financial misconduct

A former associate dean and a financial manager of Utah Valley University have been charged with financial misconduct, the university announced Thursday.

Former UVU dean and financial manager charged with financial misconduct

Memphis Tennessee, Oklahoma City Latter-day Saint temples to be rededicated

Two temples of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will reopen in May after being renovated over the past 18 months.

Memphis Tennessee, Oklahoma City Latter-day Saint temples to be rededicated

Spanish Oaks Reservoir’s spring opening delayed by maintenance

The Spanish Oaks Reservoir will be opening a bit later this year while city crews continue to repair concrete in the bottom of the reservoir.

Spanish Oaks Reservoir’s spring opening delayed by maintenance

Baseball dugouts and freeway vandalized, Santaquin police ask public for help

The Santaquin Police Department are searching for individuals who vandalized city and personal property throughout the community this week.

Baseball dugouts and freeway vandalized, Santaquin police ask public for help

Baseball dugouts and freeway vandalized, Santaquin police ask public for help

The Santaquin Police Department are searching for individuals who vandalized city and personal property throughout the community this week.

Baseball dugouts and freeway vandalized, Santaquin police ask public for help

After surgery, 12-year-old Salem girl looks to return favor at Orem hospital

Katelyn Nixon dreams of one day becoming a surgeon. For now, the 12-year-old from Salem is helping to comfort patients one rice bag at a time.

After surgery, 12-year-old Salem girl looks to return favor at Orem hospital

Orem man charged with first degree rape for impregnating underage girl

An Orem man was charged with rape Wednesday for reportedly raping and impregnating a 17-year-old girl.

Orem man charged with first degree rape for impregnating underage girl

LDS Church donates $2 million for International Aftrican American Museum.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints took a moment at the annual RootsTech family history conference to announce it is donating $2 million to the International African American Museum Center for Family History.

LDS Church donates $2 million for International Aftrican American Museum.

Former BYU student sentenced to jail for stealing valuable LDS items from university library

A former Brigham Young University student who stole valuable Latter-day Saint items from the university library last year was reportedly trying to make payments for his daughter’s medical bills.

Former BYU student sentenced to jail for stealing valuable LDS items from university library