Police investigating attempted sex assault at Clemson University scream loudly and try to run to a safe area. As always, Counseling and Psychological Services personnel are available to support students who may be impacted by this incident and/or this report. During normal business hours, call CAPS at 864-656-2451 to ... 09/11/2016 - 5:28 am | View Link
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A bicyclist injured when he struck the side of a passing car had been upgraded to serious condition on Tuesday.
The 51-year-old rider apparently had drifted outside of a bicycle lane and into a motor vehicle lane near 700 West and 800 South in Salt Lake City when the accident occurred 5:13 p.m.
Police arrested a man who allegedly used a hatchet in a drunken attack on another man at a Utah Transit Authority bus stop in southeast Salt Lake City.
Salt Lake City police Detective Robert Ungricht said the two men were waiting for a bus at 2250 S. Highland Drive about 5 p.m.
Jefferson County is assuring people or groups who have booked a venue at Ford Park that the county will honor all such contracts, particularly if an event is scheduled after March 31, 2017, said County Judge Jeff Branick.
The money for the new lighting system will come from county hotel occupancy taxes.
The establishment's former owner was found guilty of criminal activity and the gaming license was revoked.
Beaumont's city council will vote today on a permit application by Rahim Karediya to reopen the vacant building at 3890 Highland Ave. as a novelty shop and game room.
The city's Planning and Zoning Commission already voted to deny the new permit because a church, school and city park are nearby neighbors.
The economy has not grown fast enough in the past eight years, according to Theiss, and government regulations and taxes are stifling job creation. Neither presidential candidate would have been his ideal choice, but Theiss said voting is both a right and privilege all Americans should take seriously. Theiss at the Rogers Park Recreation Center said he voted for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, who held a narrow 3 percentage-point lead over Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton in Texas, according to a CBS News poll released Sunday.