Daily Archives: August 29, 2019

One flown to hospital in critical condition after crash in Eagle Mountain

A driver was hospitalized in extremely critical condition after a vehicle crash along Cory B. Wride Memorial Highway in Eagle Mountain.

One flown to hospital in critical condition after crash in Eagle Mountain

Utah launches optional gun safety program for schools

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah officials are unveiling a gun safety program aimed at preventing accidental shootings that will be optional for schools.

Utah launches optional gun safety program for schools

Motorcyclist killed in American Fork crash

American Fork Police are investigating a Thursday morning crash where one person, a motorcyclist, was pronounced dead at the scene.

Motorcyclist killed in American Fork crash

County health department confirms West Nile Virus in Provo

West Nile Virus has been found and confirmed in Utah County, according to a county health department statement released Thursday.

County health department confirms West Nile Virus in Provo

Police: Utah man tortured, killed kittens

WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah (AP) — Police have arrested a Utah man they say tortured and killed two kittens, using the body of one dead animal to beat the other.

Police: Utah man tortured, killed kittens

Payson man with down syndrome conducts Sunday concerts in Memorial Park

It’s a warm, Sunday evening at Memorial Park in Payson, and 56-year-old Kyle Gay sits on the front row bench and waits.

Payson man with down syndrome conducts Sunday concerts in Memorial Park

Santaquin presents information about proposed 66,000 square foot recreation center

Dozens of people showed up to the first of five town hall meetings about a proposed $12 million bond to build an aquatics and recreation center for Santaquin.

Santaquin presents information about proposed 66,000 square foot recreation center

Provo looking at $4 million funded loan for new airport terminal

Discussion on building a new, larger terminal at the Provo Municipal Airport has been rapidly churning since the Legislature agreed in March to opt in on financing.

Provo looking at $4 million funded loan for new airport terminal