Six-year-old towing ordinances prove insufficient

Changes to Provo parking ordinances made in 2013 aimed to eliminate predatory towing, but resident experiences show these changes addressed only one small part of the Provo parking problem.

Provo hotel industry revolves around BYU and Silicon Slopes

The Provo Hotel industry largely gravitates around college events and software and technology companies in Utah Valley.
(Hannah Miner)

President Nelson to visit Southeast Asia

President Russell M. Nelson and his wife, Sister Wendy Nelson, will visit four Southeast Asian countries next month, along with Elder D. Todd Christofferson of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles and his wife, Sister Katherine Christofferson.

Scooters in Provo bring mixed reviews

Electric scooters made their first appearance on the streets of Provo on Aug. 8 and have exceeded the expectations of the city and Zagster, the company that owns the scooters. Provo residents largely approve of the new electric scooters but some wish users would be more cautious. 

Advisory issued for Utah Lake because of algal bloom

An advisory issued by the Utah Department of Environmental Quality on Monday, Sept. 9, advised Utah Lake visitors to stay out of the water until the end of September.

India Fest strives to help visitors learn more about Indian culture

The 35th annual India Fest was held in Spanish Fork with hopes of bringing people of various backgrounds together to experience and enjoy a night of Indian culture.