RaYnbow Collective hosts first BYU Back-to-School Pride Night

Students, staff and the Provo community were all welcome to enjoy a day full of LGBTQ friendly activities at the RaYnbow Collective's first BYU Back-to-School Pride Night. The event started with a pride march where participants let their colors fly. The night also had booths, food trucks and live performances sponsored by local businesses. Attendees browsed merchandise and connected with organizations that provide resources such as therapy, clubs and scholarships.

Provo police: Officers fatally shoot man who fired at them

PROVO, Utah (AP) — Officers fatally shot a 48-year-old man who fired a gun at them Tuesday night as they tried to contact him in his parked car, police said.

Utah County Commission’s no-mask decision for schools sparks public debate

More than 80 residents spent nearly two hours voicing support or opposition to K-12 school mask mandates during a Utah County Commission meeting Wednesday afternoon.

Raising Cane’s opens in Provo

After months of mouth-watering anticipation, popular chicken finger restaurant Raising Cane's opened its doors in Provo on Tuesday to tremendous fanfare. A line of more than 200 people waiting to order snaked outside the building earlier than 8 a.m. along with dozens of cars piling up in the drive thru.

Top Utah health officials concerned about COVID-19 delta variant

Utah health officials hosted a news conference on July 7 to address Utah's status as the sixth-worst state in the United States when it comes to COVID-19 case rates.

Stadium of Fire lights up Provo

Stadium of Fire made its triumphant return to LaVell Edwards Stadium Saturday night, carrying on a notable Provo Independence Day tradition.
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