D.A.R.E. America recognizes W. Jordan police chief’s work with elementary students

Hailey Ellison and Evie Cahoon, both 11-year-old students at Mountain Shadows Elementary, joke around with West Jordan Police Chief Ken Wallentine at the police department in West Jordan on Tuesday, June 22, 2021. Students came to the department to celebrate Wallentine’s recognition as the Law Enforcement Executive of the Year from D.A.R.E. America. | Spenser Heaps, Deseret News A group of students from Mountain Shadows Elementary School in West Jordan on Tuesday congratulated Police Chief Ken Wallentine for being named D.A.R.E. America’s Law Enforcement Executive of the Year. The award recognizes Wallentine’s work in bringing the D.A.R.E. program back to elementary schools in West Jordan and supporting officers engaging with… Read More

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Kourtney Kardashian: I Haven’t Boned Scott Since We Broke Up and I Never Will!

There was so much said in the Keeping Up With The Kardashians finale special. Tears were shed. Silenced were broken. The inexplicable was explained. And Kourtney and Scott both hashed out where things stand and confirmed some frankly unbelievable truths. In all of this time, including traveling together extensively, Kourt and Scott have not boned — not even once. Does Scott think that he would have had a shot with reconciling with Kourtney if he had maintained his sobriety? “Yes,” Scott opines. Kourtney shares her response: “Yeah, probably.” After multiple members of the family laugh about how serious the question was, there’s another question. Have Kourtney and Scott boned since… Read More

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Pelosi to create select committee on US Capitol riot: report

In this Jan. 6, 2021 file photo rioters supporting President Donald Trump storm the Capitol in Washington. AP Photo Democrats are creating a select committee to examine the events of January 6, 2021. The news was first reported by The Washington Post. The move comes after Republicans last month defeated an effort to create an independent commission. See more stories on Insider’s business page. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told Democrats on Tuesday she intends to create a select committee to examine what went wrong on January 6, when a mob of former President Donald Trump’s supporters attacked the US Capitol. The news was first reported by The Washington Post’s Greg… Read More

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Photo of the day: Ken Garff employees thank veterans by transforming American Legion Hall in Lehi

Ken Garff volunteers work on a three-day makeover project at Lehi American Legion Post 19 in Lehi on Tuesday. The project is part of Ken Garff’s “We’re ‘Hear’ for You” initiative that is committed to reaching out to community groups and organizations and help them recover from the effects of the pandemic. | Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News Volunteers from four Ken Garff dealerships on Tuesday began a three-day project to transform an outdated and run-down American Legion Hall in Lehi. The project include all new paint, new kitchen appliances, as well as granite countertops and new flooring. The dealerships are also purchasing padded chairs that are more comfortable to… Read More

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VCs back ‘vanlife’ as Seattle travel startup Cabana raises $10M for its camper rental service

(Cabana Photo) Seattle-based startup Cabana is riding interest in “vanlife” travel and just landed $10 million to fuel growth of its service that brings together camping, car sharing, and boutique hotel luxuries. The startup, launched by former Seattle Department of Transportation head and Lime exec Scott Kubly, allows campers to rent a renovated cargo van for their next trip. Cabana’s custom-built Ford Transit vans include beds, storage, bathrooms, and internet. Vans are rented using the Cabana app, which also allows customers to lock and unlock the vehicles. Costs vary but usually come out to $200/night before taxes. Cabana’s “hotel on wheels” concept launched last summer, when people were itching to… Read More

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Sparks coach Derek Fisher slams move to leave Nneka Ogwumike off Olympics roster: ‘We’re pissed’

Los Angeles Sparks star Nneka Ogwumike missed the cut once again for Team USA’s roster for the upcoming Tokyo Olympics, and coach Derek Fisher isn’t happy about it. Ogwumike, who has now been left off three straight Olympic teams, attended every Team USA minicamp and led them in scoring at the team’s most recent qualifier. Fisher said Tuesday that Ogwumike ws promoted and pushed as one of the eight core players for the team, too. “We’re pissed, honestly,” Fisher said Tuesday, via the OC Register. Ogwumike left off Team USA roster Ogwumike, the six-time WNBA All-Star and former league MVP, was left off the official team roster for the upcoming… Read More

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How to watch Zach Wilson’s path to the New York Jets being discussed in team’s ‘Flight 2021’ docuseries 

New York Jets quarterback Zach Wilson drops back for a pass during an NFL football practice Wednesday, June 2, 2021, in Florham Park, N.J. Wilson is featured prominently in the Jets’ docuseries, “Flight 2021: An Offseason with the New York Jets.” | Kathy Willens, Associated Press Come this fall, Zach Wilson will get his first full taste of facing a blitzing NFL defense. Before that, though, he had to endure the scrutiny of NFL front office personnel for months prior to the league’s 2021 draft, culminating in the former BYU quarterback being the No. 2 overall selection by the New York Jets. Wilson, who prepped at Corner Canyon High, plays… Read More

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US appears to seize web domains for Iranian state media outlets, including PressTV

This undated photo provided by Iranian state television’s English-language service, Press TV, shows American-born news anchor Marzieh Hashemi at studio in Tehran, Iran. Press TV via AP Press TV is an English-language propaganda operation created by the Iranian government. The outlet, based in Tehran, was founded in 2007. It continues to operate on Facebook and Twitter. See more stories on Insider’s business page. The website for the Iranian government’s English-language propaganda outlet had a new message for visitors for Tuesday: It had purportedly been taken down by Washington. As of Tuesday evening, those who pulled up the website for the Tehran-based Press TV encountered an image informing them that the… Read More

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Microsoft will let you edit your photos as part of a new OneDrive update

Image: Microsoft Microsoft is updating OneDrive on the web and Android with basic photo editing features, the company announced Tuesday (via XDA Developers). The new features bring the photo storing experience in OneDrive closer to what Google offers in Google Photos. Among the editing features OneDrive now supports, you can crop, rotate, and make light and color adjustments to photos. Photo editing only works on JPEG or PNG files and is currently only offered on personal OneDrive accounts. Microsoft says it plans to expand the photo editing feature to business and school accounts this summer and its iOS OneDrive app later this year. Image: Microsoft Rotating an image in OneDrive… Read More

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