Monthly Archives: June 2020

Election Day in Utah County features drive-up voting, record turnout

Utah Republicans voted in high-profile primary races on Tuesday, including the governor’s race and attorney general’s race, as well as multiple congressional and state legislative races.

Election Day in Utah County features drive-up voting, record turnout

Protest aftermath: Police seeking information regarding shooting, hit-and-run incidents

Officers with the Provo City Police Department are investigating several allegations of violence on both sides of the End Police Brutality Provo counter protest down University Avenue — which resulted in the shooting of a driver who was attempting to…

Protest aftermath: Police seeking information regarding shooting, hit-and-run incidents

Medical student strives to do bang-up job with late friend’s fireworks company

A local medical student is filling large shoes, hoping to spread joy throughout Utah County communities while honoring the legacy of a late friend.

Medical student strives to do bang-up job with late friend’s fireworks company

Protesters shut down stretches of University Avenue on Monday in Provo

Organizers of an End Police Brutality Provo counter protest marched down University Avenue on Monday night, blocking traffic and chanting slogans.

Protesters shut down stretches of University Avenue on Monday in Provo

Judge rules Utah County must release the names of businesses that created COVID-19 hotspots

A 4th District Court judge ruled Monday that Utah County must release the names of two businesses that created COVID-19 hotspots, resulting in 68 employees testing positive for the virus.

Judge rules Utah County must release the names of businesses that created COVID-19 hotspots

A Utah County voter’s guide to Tuesday’s all-mail GOP primary

Though Utah voters need to have their ballots mailed in or dropped off by Tuesday at 8 p.m., election officials say it could take days or even weeks for official results to be released.

A Utah County voter’s guide to Tuesday’s all-mail GOP primary

Utah Rep. John Curtis endorses Lt. Gov. Cox in governor’s race

Gubernatorial candidate Spencer Cox picked up an endorsement from Utah’s 3rd Congressional District representative ahead of Tuesday’s crowded and closely contested primary.

Utah Rep. John Curtis endorses Lt. Gov. Cox in governor’s race

Provo sets fireworks restrictions

Beginning Thursday, Provo residents will be able to use fireworks to celebrate the July 4 holiday.

Provo sets fireworks restrictions

Utah County officials take man into custody after stand-off in Eagle Mountain

Authorities took an Eagle Mountain man into custody after an hours-long stand-off with Utah County Sheriff’s Office deputies, K-9 officers and SWAT officers.

Utah County officials take man into custody after stand-off in Eagle Mountain

Provo man arrested under suspicion of rape, sexual battery

While already involved in a sexual battery case through the Fourth District Court, officers with the Provo City Police Department arrested a local man under suspicion of rape and sexual battery Friday afternoon.

Provo man arrested under suspicion of rape, sexual battery