Daily Archives: June 18, 2019

Charitable giving by individual Americans drops in 2018

NEW YORK (AP) — Charitable giving by individual Americans in 2018 suffered its biggest drop since the Great Recession of 2008-09, in part because of Republican-backed changes in tax policy, according to the latest comprehensive report on Americans’ giving patterns.

Charitable giving by individual Americans drops in 2018

Company will ask Utah County for $15 million tax break for 2,000 acre solar farm

A company is hoping to build a nearly 2,000-acre solar farm on the west side of Utah Lake, and is hoping for millions in tax breaks to make it happen.

Company will ask Utah County for $15 million tax break for 2,000 acre solar farm

Advisories lifted for Utah Lake algal bloom

A warning advisory at the Saratoga Springs City Marina of Utah Lake has been lifted, the Utah Department of Environmental Quality announced Tuesday.

Advisories lifted for Utah Lake algal bloom

‘Survivor’ 101: Season 38 winner Chris Underwood shares inside experiences, life tips during Lehi visit

One year ago, work was the farthest thing from “Survivor” contestant Chris Underwood’s mind as he scavenged for food and the basic means of survival on a Fiji island designed for desolation.

‘Survivor’ 101: Season 38 winner Chris Underwood shares inside experiences, life tips during Lehi visit

Lt. Gov. reports $250K in donations for gubernatorial run

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah’s lieutenant governor has raised more than $250,000 in his run for the state’s top job in 2020.

Lt. Gov. reports $250K in donations for gubernatorial run

Public urged to avoid area of Hobble Creek Canyon while DWR searches for bear that attacked campsite

The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources is urging the public to avoid the upper left-hand fork of Hobble Creek Canyon after a bear entered and disturbed a campground during the early morning Tuesday.

Public urged to avoid area of Hobble Creek Canyon while DWR searches for bear that attacked campsite

Lehi boy giving back to hospital on third anniversary of sister’s drowning

Reagan Anderson ruled her kingdom with a crooked smile.

Lehi boy giving back to hospital on third anniversary of sister’s drowning

Lehi company hosts ‘rage cage’ to encourage going paperless

Lehi software company eFileCabinet has put a lot of its focus on not only helping business run more efficiently by keeping all of their documents in one place, but going green by doing so.

Lehi company hosts ‘rage cage’ to encourage going paperless

California court rules VidAngel must pay $62.4 million in restitution

The Los Angeles District Court ruled Monday that Provo-based VidAngel must pay $62.4 million in damages to a handful of studios for filtering movies to make them family friendly.

California court rules VidAngel must pay $62.4 million in restitution