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  1. Utah County residents arrested for alleged involvement in string of burglaries

    Two Utah County residents were arrested in connection with several home burglaries in Provo on Wednesday.

  2. Nevada man arrested for allegedly possessing thousands of dollars of meth

    A Nevada man was arrested in Utah County on Wednesday after he was allegedly found to be in possession of at least $5,600 worth of methamphetamine.

  3. Clock starts ticking for petitioners against Provo's mask mandate

    On Thursday, members of Utahns for Medical Freedom picked up petition materials from the Provo Recorders Office and started the official gathering of voter signatures for referendum that could appear on the November 2021 ballot.

  4. President's Scholarship Ball at UVU set to benefit over 250 students

    Usually a black-tie event every year, the UVU President’s Scholarship Ball will have a different look on Saturday. The university will be bringing attendees back in time to a ’50s drive-in diner.

  5. Air quality, education funding at center of HD 54 debate

    The two candidates running to represent Utah House District 54 both outlined what their priorities would be if elected to state office, including improving air quality along the Wasatch Front and increasing funding for teachers statewide, during a...

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News Clips

April 10, 2015 - Dump truck police chase, Fox

April 8, 2015 - American Fork man arrested on suspicion of drug charges,  Daily Herald

March 30, 2015 Fundraiser for fallen officer's family, Daily Herald

March 29, 2015 Cyclist killed during training ride, Deseret News

March 2, 2015 - Thief wants a felony record, Daily Herald

Feb. 24, 2015 - Woman stashed meth in bra, Daily Herald 

Feb. 24, 2015 - American Fork Police Department hold landlord class, Daily Herald

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