Daily Archives: April 12, 2019

Saratoga Springs residents fed up with Redwood Road expansion hazards, delays

The only road into many parts of Saratoga Springs has constant heavy traffic, so it was only a matter of time until an expansion would begin on Redwood Road.

Saratoga Springs residents fed up with Redwood Road expansion hazards, delays

Saratoga Springs residents fed up with Redwood Road expansion hazards, delays

The only road into many parts of Saratoga Springs has constant heavy traffic, so it was only a matter of time until an expansion would begin on Redwood Road.

Saratoga Springs residents fed up with Redwood Road expansion hazards, delays

Colorado man pleads guilty for threatening to become next mass shooter

A Colorado man who threatened to shoot “as many girls as I see” while visiting Provo on the weekend of nationwide Women’s Marches pleaded guilty to amended charges on Thursday.

Colorado man pleads guilty for threatening to become next mass shooter

Provo Police ask public for help finding missing woman

Investigators with the Provo Police Department are searching for an adult woman who has been missing for three days.

Provo Police ask public for help finding missing woman

BYU students hold sit-in demonstration to urge honor code reform

Brigham Young University students and alumni took to the Cougar Quad Friday for a sit-in demonstration urging for a reform of the university’s honor code and how it is enforced.

BYU students hold sit-in demonstration to urge honor code reform

Former BYU, U of U football players to duke it out in ‘Holy War’ fight night at FitCon

Friday marks the start of the 2019 FitCon, a fitness expo and summit that has quickly become one of Utah’s largest events, with between 25,000-30,000 people walking through the doors of the Salt Palace Convention Center on Friday and Saturday.

Former BYU, U of U football players to duke it out in ‘Holy War’ fight night at FitCon

A Dixon rebuild will likely be on a proposed Provo school bond — but will a relocation?

A possible rebuild of Dixon Middle School, and the decision to relocate the school, will come before the Provo City School District Board of Education five years after the topic was last addressed.

A Dixon rebuild will likely be on a proposed Provo school bond — but will a relocation?

Beep beep: A self-driving public transit shuttle may come to Utah County

Taking a deep breath, Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox looked straight ahead, held his cellphone to his ear and stepped directly in front of the moving vehicle.

Beep beep: A self-driving public transit shuttle may come to Utah County