Daily Archives: August 9, 2019

Man arrested on reports of making terroristic threat to Lehi business

Lehi police officers arrested a Draper man on reports of making terroristic threats to a company in Lehi.

Man arrested on reports of making terroristic threat to Lehi business

Pleasant Grove man reportedly ‘dared’ children to engage in repeated sexual abuse

A Pleasant Grove man was arrested Thursday afternoon on reports that he sexually abused two children under the guise of dares and games.

Pleasant Grove man reportedly ‘dared’ children to engage in repeated sexual abuse

Lt. Gov. Cox says Utah voter fraud often parental mistakes of LDS missionaries

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Voter fraud is rare in the state and typically involves parents submitting ballots for children who are away from home serving missions for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the state’s lieutenant governor…

Lt. Gov. Cox says Utah voter fraud often parental mistakes of LDS missionaries

U.S. 6 remains closed after mudslides; evacuations for Loafer Canyon lifted

U.S. Highway 6 in Spanish Fork Canyon remains closed Friday after heavy rain caused mudslides.

U.S. 6 remains closed after mudslides; evacuations for Loafer Canyon lifted

UVU professor using AI to recognize cancer cells sooner

A Utah Valley University professor hopes his research will help catch cancer years before patients begin showing symptoms.

UVU professor using AI to recognize cancer cells sooner

Residents respond to proposed road improvements along State Street in Orem

Residents gathered at Orem City Hall on Thursday night to learn about proposed improvements along State Street at the 800 North and Center Street intersections.

Residents respond to proposed road improvements along State Street in Orem

Loafer Canyon residents evacuated due to flash flood

Residents in Loafer Canyon, an area near Elk Ridge, were ordered to evacuate Thursday night due to flash flooding.

Loafer Canyon residents evacuated due to flash flood

Federal judge rules in favor of Orem after Conrad Truman sues for wrongful conviction

A federal judge dropped a 2017 lawsuit on Thursday against the city of Orem, the Orem Police Department, several Orem Police officers and a Utah County Attorney for wrongful conviction in a murder case.

Federal judge rules in favor of Orem after Conrad Truman sues for wrongful conviction