Daily Archives: March 12, 2019

Bill subjecting BYU police to public records requests heads to governor for signature

A bill requiring Brigham Young University’s police department to be subject to public records requests passed easily through the Utah House of Representatives Tuesday, and now heads to the governor for a signature.

Bill subjecting BYU police to public records requests heads to governor for signature

Pleasant Grove teacher pleaded guilty to inappropriately touching student in classroom

A former high school teacher at Pleasant Grove High School pleaded guilty to sexual misconduct with one of his students in his classroom during the spring term in 2018.

Pleasant Grove teacher pleaded guilty to inappropriately touching student in classroom

Provo Airport expansion could break ground this year as Utah County grants $4.3 million for project

The first phase of the Provo Airport expansion could break ground by the end of this year, as the project to add four gates to the airport is now waiting only on $9 million in funding from the state legislature.

Provo Airport expansion could break ground this year as Utah County grants $4.3 million for project

Lehi firefighter recruits go vertical in their training

This is the second in a four-part series detailing the discoveries of Giles accompanying the Lehi Fire Department and its new recruits.

Lehi firefighter recruits go vertical in their training

Lehi tobacco ordinance takes effect; Provo, American Fork may consider similar ordinances for young smokers

On Feb. 12, Lehi became the first city in the state of Utah to pass a “T21” ordinance — an ordinance that prohibits distributors from selling tobacco and tobacco products to anyone under the age of 21, and ordinance which…

Lehi tobacco ordinance takes effect; Provo, American Fork may consider similar ordinances for young smokers

Stadium of Fire reels in country superstar Keith Urban as headliner

Don’t look now, but the Stadium of Fire is going full-scale Urban legend in 2019.

Stadium of Fire reels in country superstar Keith Urban as headliner

VidAngel committed copyright infringement against Disney, judge rules

After nearly three years, a California judge ruled that VidAngel, is liable of copyright infringement in a case involving Disney, LucasFilms, 20th Century Fox and Warner Brothers.

VidAngel committed copyright infringement against Disney, judge rules

Delivery man accused of stealing hundreds of parcels in Salt Lake, Utah counties

SALT LAKE CITY — A Utah postal worker is accused of keeping hundreds of parcels for himself.

Delivery man accused of stealing hundreds of parcels in Salt Lake, Utah counties

Bill creating protected zone for gravel pits clears Utah Senate Committee

A controversial bill creating protected areas for operations such as sand, gravel and rock aggregate extraction was approved by a Utah Senate committee Monday afternoon after substantial amendments were made.

Bill creating protected zone for gravel pits clears Utah Senate Committee