Monthly Archives: May 2019

Parents of slain Utah student discuss daughter’s death

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The parents of a University of Utah student killed by her ex-boyfriend have said their formerly shy daughter was brimming with confidence and excited to graduate before she was fatally shot on campus last year.

Parents of slain Utah student discuss daughter’s death

Utah mother, son found dead after apparent triple murder in Viriginia

A homicide investigation is underway after three people were found dead inside a home in central Virginia this week, including a mother and son who had ties to Utah County.

Utah mother, son found dead after apparent triple murder in Viriginia

Logan police used new DNA test to link man to child’s death

LOGAN — Police say they were able to quickly connect a man to the disappearance and death of a 5-year-old Utah girl using a new type of DNA test that can produce results in less than two hours.

Logan police used new DNA test to link man to child’s death

Silicon Slopes, UCAIR partner to make Utah’s tech industry more clean-air friendly

Silicon Slopes is partnering with the nonprofit Utah Clean Air Partnership to work toward making Utah’s tech industry a little more environmentally friendly.

Silicon Slopes, UCAIR partner to make Utah’s tech industry more clean-air friendly

Pleasant Grove teen fulfills late mother’s bucket wish item by graduating

After a month of missing class, Bailey Madsen was about to give up on school. But then, she found her mother’s bucket list.

Pleasant Grove teen fulfills late mother’s bucket wish item by graduating

Former Provo Scout leader convicted of child sex abuse arrested for having child pornography

A Provo man previously convicted of child sex abuse was arrested on Wednesday after investigators reportedly discovered at least 100 images of child pornography on the man’s phone.

Former Provo Scout leader convicted of child sex abuse arrested for having child pornography

UVU student promotes personal growth

Spring is a time of new growth, and Utah Valley University student Eili (pronounced EYE-lee) Erickson includes growth as one of her main goals as she has been involved with the Women’s Success Center and the Women of UVU Association.

UVU student promotes personal growth

Protesters storm stage during energy panel with Gov. Herbert, Sec. Perry

Protesters crashed the stage Thursday morning at the Governor’s Energy Summit to unveil a banner and chant in front of Utah Gov. Gary Herbert and U.S. Secretary of Energy Rick Perry before they were removed from the stage.

Protesters storm stage during energy panel with Gov. Herbert, Sec. Perry

Prosecutors push back on enforcing new state abortion laws

ATLANTA (AP) — New state abortion laws likely to become bogged down in legal challenges face another potential obstacle: prosecutors who refuse to enforce them.

Prosecutors push back on enforcing new state abortion laws

Clothing company in Spanish Fork paid $84K for violating child labor laws

A Spanish Fork clothing retailer paid more than $84,000 in back wages and penalties for violating child labor laws and firing the employee who reported the activity to authorities.

Clothing company in Spanish Fork paid $84K for violating child labor laws