Daily Archives: April 23, 2019

Man will serve three years in prison for shooting at American Fork police officer

More than two years after American Fork Officer Hager was almost shot while on duty, his wife said she still fears sending him to work every day.

Man will serve three years in prison for shooting at American Fork police officer

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Officials urge caution as motorcycle fatalities see largest increase in Utah history

While riding her Harley Davidson motorcycle down a straightaway in Park City about two years ago, Lindsay Ross could tell a pickup turning onto the main road hadn’t seen her.

Officials urge caution as motorcycle fatalities see largest increase in Utah history

Provo Police rescue fallen baby screech owl from backyard

Animal control officers often come to the rescue of all sorts of animals across Provo, including a baby screech owl lost in a backyard this week.

Provo Police rescue fallen baby screech owl from backyard

Fighting Phragmites: New techniques being used to battle invasive plant species at Utah Lake

Photographs of Utah Lake from 30 years ago show a lake with sandy beaches and native plants like bull rushes and cattails. Those photos would be virtually unrecognizable to someone familiar with most of Utah Lake’s shoreline today.

Fighting Phragmites: New techniques being used to battle invasive plant species at Utah Lake

Orem student’s invention protects premature babys’ ears

A ninth grader from Orem is hoping to make a premature baby’s stay in a neonatal intensive care unit less stressful on developing ears.

Orem student’s invention protects premature babys’ ears