Daily Archives: April 16, 2019

Utah County will hire outside defense attorneys for man charged with killing Provo officer

Three months after the shooting death of a Provo police officer, Utah County commission officials approved a contract to hire two defense attorneys outside of the county attorney office.

Utah County will hire outside defense attorneys for man charged with killing Provo officer

Former Ogden deputy fire chief sentenced to prison for child sex abuse

A former Ogden deputy fire chief will serve at least seven years in prison for sexually assaulting two young girls at his home in Provo more than three years ago.

Former Ogden deputy fire chief sentenced to prison for child sex abuse

Daily Herald claims more than 20 awards from Utah Press Association

The Utah Press Association annual awards banquet was held last weekend, and the Daily Herald walked away from the ceremony with more than 20 awards.

Daily Herald claims more than 20 awards from Utah Press Association

Three men charged with trapping, killing deer in Pleasant Grove backyard

Three men are facing felony charges after reportedly trapping a buck deer in a Pleasant Grove backyard and killing the animal with a bow and arrow.

Three men charged with trapping, killing deer in Pleasant Grove backyard

New UVU lab conducting research for nonprofit organizations

Shauna Brown has spent years watching lives being changed by Project Read. Soon, she’ll start receiving the data from Utah Valley University’s new Social Impact Metrics Lab to back it up.

New UVU lab conducting research for nonprofit organizations

High-rise office, condos planned for near Provo Central Station

The Provo Planning Commission has approved the rezone of the block between 500 and 600 South and 100 West to University Avenue to make way for the new Millrace at Provo Station development, a multi-building high-rise condominium, apartment, business and…

High-rise office, condos planned for near Provo Central Station

UDOT receives $3 million grant to deploy high-tech road safety solutions

On April 1, the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration awarded the Utah Department of Transportation a $3 million grant for the “Utah Connected project.”

UDOT receives $3 million grant to deploy high-tech road safety solutions

Utah County residents lament damage at Notre Dame Cathedral

French native Karine Sindt, a parishioner at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church in Orem, said she knows that Notre Dame Cathedral will rise from the ashes.

Utah County residents lament damage at Notre Dame Cathedral

83 Utah County runners finish 2019 Boston Marathon

The 123nd Boston Marathon was held Monday, and 83 Utah County residents finished this year’s famous race.

83 Utah County runners finish 2019 Boston Marathon