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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
Jay Evensen: Utah needs a way to remove office holders

It should be evident now that lawmakers need to take a broader leap by passing a full-blown recall law for all state and local elected officials. Utahns had to experience a painful, prolonged and ultimately tragic case involving a public official with dementia before finally getting a smidgen of a glimmer of a hope that such cases could be handled with dignity in the future.

Many Utah students stayed indoors while classmates walked out to honor Florida victims

Not all students participated in Wednesday's nationwide walkout . It's not that they didn't want to honor the Florida victims of the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Feb. 14. It was rather the opportunity to express a different point of view.

Scott D. Pierce Arts & Living

ABC executives insist there is a groundswell of excitement for its "American Idol" revival. That people just can't wait for "America's network" to air a reboot of the singing competition that completed its "final season" on Fox not quite two years ago.

This Is the End

With a dinner break on the horizon, senators' attention spans down the penultimate stretch of the last day of the 2018 legislative session had palpably waned. Take Sen. Deidre Henderson, R-Spanish Fork, for example, who had glued her eyes to her phone, rarely looking up even when voicing her vote.

5 Things to Know About Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

JANUARY 16: In this photo illustration, a Nest smoke and carbon monoxide detector installed in a home is seen on January 16, 2014 in Provo, Utah. Google bought Nest, a home automation company, for $3.2 billion taking Google further into the home ecosystem.

Op-ed: The present, future and past of Utah Lake

Utah Lake is pictured on Thursday, June 29, 2017. An algal bloom has spread across the majority of Utah Lake, health officials announced Wednesday, and warned people to avoid going in the water.

A new power broker emerged on Utah's Capitol Hill in 2018: voters...

This year's Legislature saw a different kind of political player driving much of the agenda: Utah's 1.5 million voters. Six ballot initiatives threatened to convert those voters into a super-Legislature that could enact proposals popular in polls, but which have languished on Capitol Hill.

Robert Gehrke News

They pass goofy laws, take embarrassing stands and, when they aren't doing those things, they're producing perhaps the most ridiculous rap video in the history of the world. But, look, bullying is never OK, no matter how deserved it might be.

'Major accident' closes section of road near State State in Provo

Police responded to a report of a crash at 1860 S. State St. sometime around 11:30 a.m., according to Provo Police Sgt. Nisha King.

Bill making drug-induced homicide a first-degree felony fails in Utah Senate

A bill that would have established drug-induced homicide as a first-degree felony to target dealers failed to pass the Senate on Wednesday. "It says we're going to hold you accountable," said Sen. Curt Bramble, R-Provo, the Senate sponsor of the bill, HB309 .

The Tough, Often Lonely Job of Teaching Incarcerated Students

Incarcerated youths are more likely to need special education services, have gaps in their schooling, and require extra academic support than their peers attending schools in the community. But schools inside juvenile justice facilities struggle mightily to get teachers who have the specialized skills necessary to deliver a meaningful education to some of society's most at-risk students.

Indiana officials: Seven Peaks Duneland water park still hasn't addressed multiple violations

Documents from the state fire marshal's office show a wide array of violations at Seven Peaks Duneland water park in Porter were never addressed. Documents from the state fire marshal's office show a wide array of violations at Seven Peaks Duneland water park in Porter were never addressed.

Child welfare expert testifies in trial against church

The civil trial against the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints continued Friday with testimony from an expert witness on her findings after working on the case as an expert in social work. Twenty-third Judicial Circuit Judge Christopher Wilkes, who has been hearing the case since Jan. 18, gave the plaintiffs attorneys three hours of direct examination with Dr. Kathleen Faller in the morning and the defense attorneys three hours of cross-examination in the afternoon.

6newsFive women now say they were sexually harassed or assaulted by...

Five women now say they were sexually harassed or assaulted by former Provo Police Chief John King - and a new criminal investigation could be coming The Salt Lake Tribune Former Provo police chief John King participates in a discussion about hate crimes in Salt Lake City on Thursday August 4, 2016. Five women have now come forward alleging that then-Provo Police Chief John King sexually harassed or assaulted them during the three years that he led the Utah County police department.

Four missionaries injured while serving in Spain

Missionaries walk by a bronze sculpture on missionaries on bikes on the week of the commemoration of 50 years of language training at the Missionary Training Center for LDS missionaries on Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2012, in Provo, Utah. Four missionaries serving in the Spain Malagna Mission were injured after a collision with a truck on Monday, Feb. 26. "The missionaries were riding in a vehicle driven by a man they had been teaching," said Daniel Woodruff, Church spokesperson.

Trump considers filing federal lawsuits against opioid drugmakers

The exodus continues: Now National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster is on his way out following public slapdown from Trump - just 24 hours after Hope Hicks resigned Extra-ordinary: Melania Trump refuses to reveal how she was able to obtain an Einstein visa amidst her husband's hard line on immigration 'You have people that go to the hospital with a broken arm and they come out and they're addicted' It was Trump's first appearance with Sessions since he attacked him online for his handling of alleged FISA warrant abuse at the Justice Department President Donald Trump said Thursday that he's spoken with Attorney General Jeff Sessions about suing the makers of opioid drugs, just days after the Justice Department announced it would help a long list of county and municipal governments do just that.

2politicsOne lawmaker says he's nervous - about empowering the...

Tribune file photo) Sharilyn and Gavin Grooms chat with Tanner Leatham as he gathers signatures for Sen. Curt Bramble, at their home in Provo, Monday, January 4, 2016. A House committee advanced a bill Thursday to push the pause button on any of the ballot initiatives that may pass in November's election as one lawmaker openly worried about giving citizens too much power to derail the Legislature's "deliberative"decision-making.

GOP lawmakers plan to take action on party bylaw change

GOP lawmakers said Wednesday they want to take action before the session ends to counter a surprise bylaw change made by a small group of state party officials that could keep Republicans from getting on the ballot. Both Sen. Curt Bramble, R-Provo, and Rep. Mike McKell, R-Spanish Fork, are looking at giving Lt.

Firearms safety instructor says MEC boycott misguided

A U.S. salesman clears the chamber of an AR-15 at the Ready Gunner gun store In Provo, Utah. The AR-15 is one of the guns that the Vista Outdoor company manufactures.

How online bidders drove up the sale of a first edition Book of Mormon $45,000 in 36 minutes

With 20 minutes left Tuesday night in an online auction for a first edition Book of Mormon , bidding was stagnant. Nobody had bid for three days.

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