Daily Archives: June 4, 2019

5-year-old Logan girl finally laid to rest as family, community mourn her loss

LOGAN — When you’re a child, life is simple.

5-year-old Logan girl finally laid to rest as family, community mourn her loss

5-year-old Logan girl finally laid to rest as family, community mourn her loss

LOGAN — When you’re a child, life is simple.

5-year-old Logan girl finally laid to rest as family, community mourn her loss

Thousands serve in Nu Skin’s annual Force for Good Day

Local residents may have noticed about 2,000 Nu Skin employees and family members out and about doing service Tuesday as part of the company’s global Force for Good Day.

Thousands serve in Nu Skin’s annual Force for Good Day

Provo police searching for missing 12-year-old girl with special needs

Police are looking for a 12-year-old girl with special needs after she walked away from the Provo Recreation Center on Tuesday afternoon.

Provo police searching for missing 12-year-old girl with special needs

3 arrested in American Fork for reportedly shooting marbles through car windows, vandalizing 70 vehicles

During an extra patrol shift on Monday, American Fork officers arrested three men who reportedly vandalized at least 70 vehicles across northern Utah County in the past two months.

3 arrested in American Fork for reportedly shooting marbles through car windows, vandalizing 70 vehicles

Man, puppy sleeping in dumpster almost crushed by Provo garbage truck

A 43-year-old homeless man suffered minor injuries Tuesday morning after he and his puppy were nearly crushed by a garbage truck in Provo.

Man, puppy sleeping in dumpster almost crushed by Provo garbage truck

Jason Chaffetz will not run for Utah governor

SALT LAKE CITY — Former U.S. Rep. Jason Chaffetz says he will not run for Utah governor next year.

Jason Chaffetz will not run for Utah governor

Lehi celebrates National Trails Day with local businesses, new trail opening

Saturday, the Traverse Mountain Trails Association celebrated National Trails Day by unveiling the Traverse Mountain Trail System Master Plan, along with its first trail, the Sensei Trail.

Lehi celebrates National Trails Day with local businesses, new trail opening

Man dies after being shot twice by passerby in Provo

Investigators released the identity of a 26-year-old man who died at a hospital last night after he was shot in the chest by a passerby in Provo.

Man dies after being shot twice by passerby in Provo

First all-female Honor Flight includes Air Force vet from Provo

For the first time, Utah’s Honor Flight program will take an all-female flight to the nation’s capital on Thursday. LaRetta Johnson Duncan, 87, of Provo will be on that flight.

First all-female Honor Flight includes Air Force vet from Provo