Daily Archives: April 15, 2019

Mount Pleasant man pleads guilty to murder, sentencing set

A Mount Pleasant man pleaded guilty last week to killing another Mount Pleasant resident in 2016 and burning his remains in a shallow grave.

Mount Pleasant man pleads guilty to murder, sentencing set

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Mount Pleasant man pleads guilty to murder, sentencing set

A Mount Pleasant man pleaded guilty last week to killing another Mount Pleasant resident in 2016 and burning his remains in a shallow grave.

Mount Pleasant man pleads guilty to murder, sentencing set

Human remains, possibly Jerika Binks, found in American Fork Canyon

Human remains found by a climber in American Fork Canyon Sunday may be those of Jerika Binks, a woman who has been missing for more than a year.

Human remains, possibly Jerika Binks, found in American Fork Canyon

Human remains, possibly Jerika Binks, found in American Fork Canyon

Human remains found by a climber in American Fork Canyon Sunday may be those of Jerika Binks, a woman who has been missing for more than a year.

Human remains, possibly Jerika Binks, found in American Fork Canyon

Warrant: Shooting in Orem possibly caused by a hitman targeting woman

While investigators are still searching for the suspect who shot a woman outside her home in Orem last month, new court documents show the woman could have been the target of a “hit.”

Warrant: Shooting in Orem possibly caused by a hitman targeting woman

Community briefs: Sen. Mayne to recap legislative session; Kona Ice in Orem holds ‘Chill Out’ day

Kona Ice in Orem hosts fifth annual ‘Chill Out’ day for Tax Day

Community briefs: Sen. Mayne to recap legislative session; Kona Ice in Orem holds ‘Chill Out’ day

New Pleasant Grove public safety building to open this weekend

Pleasant Grove’s new public safety building, which will house police, court and dispatch services, is set to open this week. The building, located at 108 S. 100 East, is in the final stages of completion.

New Pleasant Grove public safety building to open this weekend

Downtown Provo group adds murals to monthly art stroll

When Quinn Peterson became the director of Downtown Provo Inc. two and a half years ago, the primary objective of the organization was to make the historic district a more welcoming atmosphere for people to stroll around in. The group…

Downtown Provo group adds murals to monthly art stroll

New Utah law will soon allow motorcyclists to ‘filter’ between stopped traffic at lights

A new traffic law will soon allow for motorcyclists in Utah to “filter” between stopped vehicles at traffic lights.

New Utah law will soon allow motorcyclists to ‘filter’ between stopped traffic at lights