Nonprofit group protests institutionalized child abuse in Utah

Volunteers and survivors from Breaking Code Silence met Sept. 29 in front of the Provo Historic Courthouse to protest institutional child abuse.

Lightning-caused South Fork Fire contained with 13.2 total burnt acreage

The South Fork fire, spotted Monday Sept. 19 south of Vivian Park in Provo Canyon, is reported to have only burnt 13.2 acres instead of the estimated 23 acres and is now 75% contained, according to the Uintah-Wasatch-Cache National Forests.

Utah locals concerned about possible gondola coming to Little Cottonwood Canyon

The Utah Department of Transportation announced the approval of a gondola coming to Little Cottonwood Canyon, located in Wasatch-Cache National Forest about 15 miles from Salt Lake City, despite local concern.

Provo Farmers Market celebrates 20th anniversary

More than 140 vendors gathered to kick off the 20th anniversary season of The Provo Farmers Market with fresh produce for Utah Valley residents on Saturday, Sept. 3.

Transgender kids can play girls sports in Utah after ruling

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Transgender girls in Utah will be given the opportunity to participate in girls’ sports as the school year begins, after a judge on Friday reversed a ban pending legal challenges from parents.

BYU research shows Utah above national average for rapes per capita

The Utah Women and Leadership Project published a BYU research snapshot regarding sexual assault among Utah women on Aug. 3, listing Utah as above the national average for rapes per capita.
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