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University Place hosts Quiet Santa event for children with sensory sensitivity

University Place and the UVU Melisa Nellesen Center for Autism partnered to create a low-sensory Christmas experience that kids with a wide range of needs could enjoy.
(AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)

2020 Utah Legislature Session to discuss Utah Inland Port, tax reformation,...

The Utah 2020 General Legislative Session is scheduled to begin Monday, Jan. 27, 2020. Issues Utahn’s should be aware of include infrastructure, tax reformation and environmental policy.

BYU students provide interpretation at free volunteer-based Salt Lake clinic

Iranian immigrant Dr. Mansoor Emam was working in an emergency room when he realized that many patients who lived in poverty ended up in the ER with devastating hospital bills, because they couldn't afford the proper medical attention to prevent it.

Music producer unites Provo’s music community with recording studio

June Studio unveiled two new recordings rooms in Provo with an open house on Nov. 15. and 16. The event brought musicians, aspiring producers and friends together to tour the two recording rooms.

Proposed bill promotes fairness among immigrants in the workplace

Some citizens feel that The Fairness for High-Skilled Immigrants Act of 2019 (SB: 386), proposed by Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT), does everything but put American’s first.

Crowding on campus shuttles poses safety issue

BYU students often squish together on university-contracted shuttles from The Ryde to accommodate the high number of riders trying to get to school.