Jan 22, 2014
Water restrictions likely to be set for many cities, expert says
Water restrictions are likely to be enacted early and extend late into the year across a wider set of communities and cities in order to plan for a vastly different future if Utah's growth trends continue in the decades to come, an expert told a gathering of city and business leaders in Orem Wednesday.
Goshen fire leaves mother, daughter homeless
A house fire that started with a TV dinner being heated in a microwave caused about $120,000 damage and left a mother and her young daughter homeless.
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Utah, Nev., Calif. get water conservation grants
The U.S. Interior Department has awarded more than $20 million in grants for water conservation projects in 11 Western states, including several in Utah, Nevada and California.
Salt Lake Tribune
Genola area rattled by minor earthquake
The University of Utah Seismograph Stations confirmed the region shook at 12:14 a.m. with a temblor registering a magnitude of 2.8. The quake was centered at a spot two miles east of Genola, two miles northwest of Santaquin, three miles west of Spring Lake and four miles southwest of Payson.