Terrorist simulation helps UTA prepare for the worst

UTA held a terrorist simulation at the Provo and Murray front runner stations Wednesday, May 11. The drill included a fake detonated bomb with debris and actors staged as passengers, scattered in an array of confusion and chaos along the floor of the train car. Police, fire, EMT and FBI were on the scene to practice removing victims from the mimicked danger.

Opponent questions Chaffetz’s use of campaign funds

A BYU professor running against Republican Congressman Jason Chaffetz recently raised questions regarding the Congressman’s use of campaign funds. After analyzing the public records Chaffetz filed, Teng made his questions known to the Federal Elections Commission.

Newly approved transit project aims to facilitate Provo growth

The Provo and Orem city councils voted to build a new $190 million Bus Rapid Transit system aimed to make transportation around Orem and Provo easier.

Bike to work day kicks off National Bike Month

Provo City is holding its 16th annual Bike to Work Day Tuesday, May 10. For years the city has hosted a bike week, but this event will kickoff the newly expanded Provo Bike Month.

Police Beat April 29 – May 6

The top crime stories within Provo in the last week.……

Trump’s nomination a curveball for Utah voters

Utah has been a sure Republican state in past presidential elections. This November may be different with Donald Trump as the nominee. Trump performed very...
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