Daily Archives: August 6, 2019

Man pleads guilty to murder of Orem woman and her son in deal for information

A man charged with murdering his girlfriend and her son pleaded guilty on Tuesday and accepted a plea deal in exchange for revealing where the bodies are located.

Man pleads guilty to murder of Orem woman and her son in deal for information

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Provo man charged with sexual assaulting young girls at church

A Provo man has been charged in 4th District Court on reports of inappropriately touching two girls several times while at events at their church.

Provo man charged with sexual assaulting young girls at church

Skateboarder sustains two broken legs after crashing into car on Squaw Peak Road

A 19-year-old man sustained serious injuries after he ran into a car while skateboarding on Squaw Peak Road in Provo Canyon Friday.

Skateboarder sustains two broken legs after crashing into car on Squaw Peak Road

US-Russia ambassador Jon Huntsman stepping down

SALT LAKE CITY — U.S. Ambassador to Russia Jon Huntsman Jr. is resigning after a two-year stint during what he called a historically difficult time in relations between the two countries.

US-Russia ambassador Jon Huntsman stepping down

Spanish Fork man sentenced to prison for wife’s strangulation murder

PROVO, Utah (AP) — A Utah man who pleaded guilty to the strangulation death of his wife has been sentenced to serve up to 45 years in prison, a report said.

Spanish Fork man sentenced to prison for wife’s strangulation murder

How did Alpine School District’s bond projects go $73 million over budget?

Alpine School District’s 2016 bond projects have been millions of dollars over budget since the beginning, according to documents from the school district.

How did Alpine School District’s bond projects go $73 million over budget?

Alpine Days foam party almost leaves kids with a sense of foam-o

This year’s Alpine Days celebration kicked off the same way it has for the past four years: with a foam party.

Alpine Days foam party almost leaves kids with a sense of foam-o

Orem City Council considering property tax increase to help police department

Orem residents will have the opportunity to attend and comment at a Truth in Taxation hearing on Aug. 20 wherein the City Council is looking to raise the city’s property tax — something that hasn’t been done since 1978.

Orem City Council considering property tax increase to help police department