Monthly Archives: February 2020

Utah Legislature passes bill to tighten license plate rules

SALT LAKE CITY — Lawmakers in Utah have passed a tighter ban on personalized license plates that have disparaging words or messages after a plate spelling out ‘deport them’ sparked debate on social media.

Utah Legislature passes bill to tighten license plate rules

How lawmakers are addressing Utah’s high suicide rates

Utah lawmakers at both the state and federal level are working to reduce suicide rates in the state and gain a better understanding of what factors lead someone to end their own life.

How lawmakers are addressing Utah’s high suicide rates

Worship services March 1

Episcopal Church

Worship services March 1

Donations needed for rape victims in Utah County

After experiencing the trauma of a sexual assault, advocates who are part of a Rape Crisis Team are there to help, comforting and answering questions while at the hospital, providing clean clothing, a warm blanket and snacks. The team is…

Donations needed for rape victims in Utah County

Moderate Democrats woo Utah Republicans turned off by Trump

SALT LAKE CITY — Democratic presidential candidates like to boast about their ability to lure away disaffected Republican voters. If there’s a place to test their skills, it’s Utah.

Moderate Democrats woo Utah Republicans turned off by Trump

‘Who We Are’ tackles Millennial talking points at LDS Film Festival

What do you know about the key issues Millennials are facing in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints?

‘Who We Are’ tackles Millennial talking points at LDS Film Festival

Plea bargain policy change coming to Utah County Attorney’s Office in March

Utah County will soon see fewer plea bargains for criminal charges and more cases going to jury trial.

Plea bargain policy change coming to Utah County Attorney’s Office in March

Inmate who escaped Weber County Jail caught in Idaho 4 days later

MOUNTAIN HOME, Idaho — A man who escaped the Weber County Jail earlier this week was arrested by state police in Idaho, according to the U.S. Marshal’s Service.

Inmate who escaped Weber County Jail caught in Idaho 4 days later

Communities to celebrate the life of Herriman Police K9 Hondo

Multiple agencies and residents from the communities in and around Herriman are expected to gather at Herriman High School on Saturday to celebrate the life of a police K-9 who was killed in the line of duty.

Communities to celebrate the life of Herriman Police K9 Hondo

Utah advances plan to remove felony status for polygamy

SALT LAKE CITY — Polygamy wouldn’t be a felony crime in Utah for the first time in 85 years under a bill that passed the Legislature on Friday and appears to be supported by the governor.

Utah advances plan to remove felony status for polygamy