Daily Archives: March 20, 2019

Trial set for man charged with 2014 killing of Provo woman

A trial date was set after a man pleaded not guilty on Wednesday to killing a 60-year-old woman inside her home in Provo nearly five years ago.

Trial set for man charged with 2014 killing of Provo woman

GOP senators defend the late McCain against Trump’s attacks

WASHINGTON — Key Republicans on Wednesday defended the late Sen. John McCain as a “hero” against ongoing attacks from President Donald Trump, daring to say what most in the GOP still won’t seven months after the Arizona senator’s death from…

GOP senators defend the late McCain against Trump’s attacks

Judge dismisses former Provo councilman’s civil rights lawsuit

A 4th District Court judge threw out a lawsuit from a former Provo councilman claiming he lost his reputation and political career after a four-year legal battle with the Utah County Attorney’s Office.

Judge dismisses former Provo councilman’s civil rights lawsuit

Brave the crowds for breakfast at the Original Pancake House in Lehi

Despite the name, I find breakfast food is often most enjoyable at times other than the crack of dawn.

Brave the crowds for breakfast at the Original Pancake House in Lehi

Charges: Orem man acquitted of murder held gun to Provo hair stylist’s head

An Orem man found not guilty of murder seven years ago was arrested and charged on Tuesday for holding a hair stylist at gunpoint and sexually assaulting her.

Charges: Orem man acquitted of murder held gun to Provo hair stylist’s head

Freedom Prep students test cooking skills with ‘Chopped’-style competition

It was a tough decision, but eventually a judge lifted a lid from a platter to reveal the wonton team would not be moving on to the next round of competition, leaving the egg roll team victorious.

Freedom Prep students test cooking skills with ‘Chopped’-style competition

John Valentine, Ray and Janette Beckham honored at Pillar of the Valley gala

This year’s Pillar of the Valley awardees include three individuals who have dedicated their lives to representing and improving Utah County.

John Valentine, Ray and Janette Beckham honored at Pillar of the Valley gala

‘Today Show’ to spotlight Utah County Crowdcare Foundation in battle with cancer

Cancer survivor Jenny Ahlstrom is well-known locally for her work providing information and resources to cancer patients, allowing them to take charge of their treatments and diagnoses, and now she’s reaching a national audience with an appearance Wednesday morning on…

‘Today Show’ to spotlight Utah County Crowdcare Foundation in battle with cancer

Provo discusses department restructure to improve issues with development within the city

Provo City Council discussed plans to create a new city department in an effort to improve how developments in the city are handled during a work session on Tuesday. No decisions are made during work sessions.

Provo discusses department restructure to improve issues with development within the city