Daily Archives: August 5, 2019

Utah political leaders speak out on El Paso, Dayton shootings

Members of Utah’s political leadership spoke out in days following two deadly mass shootings — one in El Paso, Texas, and the other in Dayton, Ohio. As of Monday afternoon, the death toll in those two shootings rose to a…

Utah political leaders speak out on El Paso, Dayton shootings

Judge sends former Spanish Fork police officer to prison for sexual abuse

A former Spanish Fork police officer will serve at least one year in prison after he violated a protective order and sexually abused his ex-wife and recorded her through the blinds of her home.

Judge sends former Spanish Fork police officer to prison for sexual abuse

Human-caused Alaska Fire reaches 65% containment, Bonneville Shoreline trail open

After burning for almost a week, the Alaska Fire near Provo and Springville reached 65% containment on Monday morning.

Human-caused Alaska Fire reaches 65% containment, Bonneville Shoreline trail open

Utah governor orders flags lowered for mass shooting victims

SALT LAKE CITY — Gov. Gary Herbert is ordering all U.S. and Utah flags at state facilities be lowered to half-staff to honor the victims of the weekend’s two mass shootings.

Utah governor orders flags lowered for mass shooting victims

Behind the scenes: City of Fun Carnival brings summer excitement to Utah County and beyond for 50+ years

Behind the scenes: City of Fun Carnival brings summer excitement to Utah County and beyond for 50+ years