Imagine being not only the best high school player in the country — probably the world — and signing to play for the best college program in the country, but then walking away from the sport. Why would any kid do that?
But, of course, Elena Delle Donne did exactly that, and the reason she did is simply that she did not want to be away from her older sister.
The Navajo Tribal Utility Authority announced Monday it will extend power to 62 families over the next three years. The General Manager said families living near the generating station have waited for years for this opportunity.
The project will cost $3.1 million, and 17 homes will have power by the end of this year. UPR's Vicki Barker reports.
I-15 is open again after being closed for most of yesterday, while police dealt with a delicate stand-off situation.
Laverken police tried to make a traffic stop at about 11 a.m. Monday, and the man driving sped off onto I-15. Inside his car he had a gun and two children. For over eight hours I-15 was closed as authorities tried to negotiate with the man. Chris Holmes has the story.
Once Logan Regional Hospital’s new catheter labs are fully operational, patients like Rod Meppen will no longer need to be transported outside of Cache Valley for heart surgery. As chair of the Logan Regional Hospital Foundation, Pam Allen is working to raise critical project funding.
The Utah Senate gave final approval to a bill today that bans drivers under 18 years old from talking on a cell phone while driving. However, Senate Minority Leader Ross Romero explained his legislation was amended to clarify exactly what type of cell phone use would be banned.