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Harrop: Parents who arm troubled children finally face justice

Her blank face in court spoke volumes. Jennifer Crumbley saw no problem handing her severely depressed 15-year-old a semiautomatic handgun as a Christmas present. Ethan soon after turned the gun on the student body of Oxford High, killing four. What makes this case both chilling and sickening ...

Erickson: A world order, if you can keep it

With the exception of Pearl Harbor, the Western Hemisphere escaped World War II mostly unscathed. It also led, to paraphrase Japanese Adm. Isoroku Yamamoto's alleged quote, a sleeping giant to wake up in the form of the United States. With Europe and Asia in rubble, the threat of the Soviets ...

These bills are poised to set the tone in Utah’s energy policy

A conglomerate of bills passing through the Legislature are setting the tone for the future of Utah’s energy strategy. Big pieces are poised to become law, introducing policy that would favor already established resources and approach federal rules and incentives with a skeptical eye. The ...

Provo Utah Temple closing for major reconstruction this weekend

The Provo Utah Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will be closing at the end of the day on Saturday, as the temple’s reconstruction will begin shortly. The reconstruction will be a complete architectural redesign, updating the temple from its unique round base with a ...

Provo takes last place on list of cities with high rates of STDs

A new study on sexually transmitted disease rates listed the top 100 cities most affected in the United States. Provo came in at No. 100, a slight bit better than in the previous report where it ranked 99th in the nation. The seventh annual study is based on the latest data from 2022 ...