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Located about 43 miles south of Salt Lake City along the Wasatch Front, the city is a key operational center for Novell and has been a focus area for technology development in Utah. The city is also home to the Peaks Ice Arena, which served as a venue for the Salt Lake City Winter Olympics in 2002. In 2009, Provo was listed in "Where to Retire" magazine as an "enticing city for new careers. "

Population: 118581
Local Newspapers: Daily Herald
Local Sports Teams: Brigham Young University Cougars
Local Colleges: Brigham Young University

Zip Codes associated with provo, utah: 84601 84604 84606
Towns/Cities near provo, utah : Springville Mapleton Spanish Fork Sunset Salem Payson

Provo News
Cedar Hills tests soil after sediment released in river

The city of Cedar Hills is testing water and soil to determine if there were any heavy metals in sediment that flowed down a river in American Fork Canyon last August and made its way to the city's irrigation water. Cedar Hills Mayor Gary Gygi said Tuesday that samples were taken at areas that were irrigated at the time of the spill.

US water manager warning of snowmelt flood potential in Utah

"Knuckleball" weather including rapid melts of heavy snowpack has a federal water manager warning Utah residents to watch for flooding in coming weeks. Wayne Pullan, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation Provo office manager, tells the Deseret News that higher flows than usual are expected in Cache and Utah counties.

Byu football receives late commitment for 2017 from Juco DB Trevion Greene

Chabot College cornerback Trevion Greene announced via Twitter that he will be joining the Cougars, and he'll do so this fall. The recruiting process for the 6-foot-4, 190-pound Greene was quite rapid from the BYU standpoint, as the Cougars didn't formally offer him a scholarship until this weekend when he was on an official visit in Provo.

BYU football spring scrimmage: Defense, tight ends stand out for Cougars

BYU played its first-ever televised spring game Saturday afternoon in rainy Provo. The game consisted of a few 11-on-11 sessions and other practice-type drills.

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'She just feels the music': How 4-year-old Claire Crosby became a YouTube phenomenon

At 18 months old, Claire Crosby was often found at the piano in her parents Provo, Utah, apartment playing one note and then singing the same tune. At 22 months, Claire's father Dave Crosby asked if she wanted to sing their traditional bedtime lullaby, and she sang it to him pitch perfect.

Man charged with capital murder, 3 others with murder in Provo shooting

Jesse William Gourdin, 21, has been charged with aggravated murder in 4th District Court for allegedly shooting and killing 24-year-old Gustavo Ramirez. The charge is enhanced to a capital offense because the killing was gang-motivated and carried out with the help of other gang members, court documents indicate.

Provo mom gets probation, ankle monitor for death of baby in DUI crash

A Provo woman will serve 36 months of probation on a GPS monitor for the death of her baby, who died after the woman was involved in a DUI crash with the child unbuckled on her lap. A jail sentence for Susanne McClellan, 39, was suspended Tuesday so long as the woman serves 240 days probation as part of the GPS monitoring program, according to court documents.

San Juan County's population growing faster than any other county in the nation

While it's no secret Utah's population is growing at a rate little seen elsewhere, San Juan County has taken an unprecedented lead, growing faster than any other county in the nation. According to U.S. Census Bureau data released early Thursday morning, San Juan County nabbed the top spot while Wasatch County came in as the fourth-fastest growing county and Juab County as the ninth.

State's largest job fair coming to Provo

While Utah continues to be one of the top economies in the nation - with a 3.1 percent unemployment rate - there are still approximately 47,800 Utahns looking for work, according the Utah Department of Workforce Services. The state's largest community job fair is scheduled to take place in Utah County next week.

Four charged with murder for gang-related robbery, shooting at Provo home

Three men and a woman have been charged in connection with the fatal shooting of a man during an alleged gang-related robbery at a Provo home last week. The alleged triggerman, Jesse William Gourdin, 21, of Orem, was charged this week in 4th District Court with capital murder, which carries the possibility of the death penalty, for the March 13 death of Gustavo Ramirez, 24. Three others, Brayden Kenneth Marshall, 18, of Provo; Maria Guadalupe Hernandez, 18, of Sandy; and Jerry Otis Hawley, 34, of Eagle Mountain; have been charged with lesser counts of first-degree felony murder.

Courtesy | Utah County Jail Susanne McClellan

A mother whose infant daughter died from injuries in a drug- and alcohol-related crash in Provo last year was sentenced Tuesday to eight months of house arrest for her role in the death. Susanne McClellan, 39, was sentenced by 4th District Judge James Brady to eight months of home confinement with an ankle monitor as part of a three-year probation.

Landscape Pros Share Recruitment Process and Challenges

Over 75 companies were at the career fair for the 41st National Collegiate Landscape Competition hosted by Brigham Young University The career fair at the 41st National Collegiate Landscape Competition hosted by Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, included more than 75 companies looking for prospective employees. Companies were searching for the perfect mix of professionalism and passion in students ready to begin their green industry careers.

Provo names new interim police chief

Mayor John Curtis announced Monday that Ferguson will be the interim chief as the process to pick a new chief - expected to take about three months - gets underway. "Provo deserves an interim chief who has the leadership, service history, skills and respect of the department and our community.

Local panelists to offer tips on how to write 10-minute play

Utah New Works Theatre Project will host a playwriting panel March 24 at 7 p.m., at Pioneer Book, 450 W. Center, Provo. The event, Playwriting Panel: Tackling the Ten, will include a panel of four local playwrights who will offer tips on how to write an effective 10-minute play, according to a news release.

BYU students release Beauty And The Beast acapella medley

They can sing, they can dance! BYU acapella group wins over the internet with brilliant Beauty And The Beast medley that recaps the entire Disney classic in just FIVE minutes Nine male singers and guest performer Lexi Walker, 14, perform their renditions of Belle, Be Our Guest and of course replay the ball scene Brigham Young University's Vocal Point managed to recap the entire Disney classic in just five minutes by performing some of the 1991 animated movie's best-known songs, including Belle and Be Our Guest. The ensemble, based out of the Mormon university in Provo, Utah, released the video earlier this week, and it has already been viewed more than 330,850 times.

Groups ask Trump administration to investigate LDS Church

In this Jan. 31, 2008, file photo, two Mormon missionaries walk past a large map of the world in a hallway at the Missionary Training Center in Provo, Utah. A secularist organization and a gay activist group delivered letters to the U.S. state and justice departments on Friday requesting for an investigation of the LDS Church and two members for seeking missionary visas in India.

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