SALT LAKE CITY (News4Utah) - The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is holding a public funeral for the late President Monson Friday at noon, but attendees will need to be in their seats much earlier. Officials say the doors to the Conference Center will open at 10:30 and people need to be in their seats by 11:30. While the funeral service is open to the public, the graveside service is a private event for family and friends only.
CLEARFIELD (News4Utah) - Janis Zettel owns the '73 Super Beetle named Lucy and suspended her in a tree using a fork lift. Zettels considers the car to be a work of art, but the city disagrees. Lucy the car is completely gutted and bolted to the tree about 15 feet off the ground. She's painted red with black polka-dots and big round eyes. Zettles says, "Its art, its not a car anymore, not a vehicle anymore, its just a fun whimsical thing." Copyright 2018 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved.
Dearborn Police stated on NextDoor, a neighborhood watch website, that several cars have been stolen while warming up and left unattended. The police urged residents to not leave their keys in the ignition or leave the car as it is “an excellent opportunity for a car thief to steal a vehicle.”Dearborn Police recommended remote starters, which will place the car in accessory mode and heat the car while the doors remained locked.
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Selecting a term
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