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Orem is located in central Utah, about 45 miles from the state capital, Salt Lake City. The city was originally named "Sharon," which is a biblical name for a strip of flat land running between mountains and the sea. It was then called "Provo Bench," until 1914, when it was named in honor of railroad operator Walter C. Orem. In 2010 Forbes Magazine rated the city the fifth best place in the United States to raise a family. Notable residents have included actress/singer Marie Osmond and illustrator of A Series of Unfortunate Events Brett Helquist."

Population: 84234
Local Newspapers: The Herald Journal Salt Lake Tribune Deseret News
Local Sports Teams: Utah Jazz Utah Starzz Utah Grizzlies
Local Colleges: Utah Valley University Stevens-Henager College

Zip Codes associated with orem, utah: 84057 84058 84097
Towns/Cities near orem, utah : Pleasant Grove Vineyard Edgemont Northridge Lindon Aspen

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The Latest: Utah Skier Killed in Wyoming Avalanche

Authorities say a Utah man was killed after triggering an avalanche while skiing just outside the boundary of Wyoming's Jackson Hole ski resort. The Teton County coroner identified the victim as thirty-year-old Alexander Marra of Orem, Utah, the Jackson Hole News and Guide reported.

Lawmaker mulls bill to address Utah ballot initiative 'concerns'

Rep. Brad Daw, R-Orem, speaks regarding his bills HB195 and HB197 during the House Health and Human Services Committee meeting during the Utah Legislature in Salt Lake City on Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2018. SALT LAKE CITY - Rep. Brad Daw is considering introducing legislation that would address "concerns about what we're seeing" with the recent proliferation of ballot initiative campaigns in Utah.

'I just love helping people': Utah boy donates locks of hair to benefit children with cancer

The life of a child can be a blur, quickly moving from toy to toy, new adventure to new adventure. In all of just a few short minutes on any given day, 8-year-old Tate Morgan may jump from his Pokemon card collection to his larger-than-life tiger head to his Batman and Spiderman action figures.

The Latest: Romney gathers voter signatures for Senate bid

Former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, right, poses for a photo as he greets students at Utah Valley University, Friday, Feb. 16, 2018, in Orem, Utah. The 2012 Republican presidential candidate plans to bid for the seat being vacated by retiring seven-term Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch.

Remington's bankruptcy may be the tip of the iceberg as 'fear-based' purchases stall

Dordon Brack aims a semi-automatic AR-15 that is for sale at Good Guys Guns & Range on February 15, 2018 in Orem, Utah. With Donald Trump is in the Oval Office, fear of new gun laws has receded, industry executives said.

Sundance may be over, but two kids film festivals are about to hit Utah

This year's Sundance Film Festival has come and gone, but that doesn't mean film buffs - especially the budding ones - have to wait until next year to enjoy a good film festival. Young moviegoers can attend back-to-back local film festivals geared toward young audiences, the first on Feb. 24 with the 90-Second Newbery Film Festival and then from March 2-4 with the Tumbleweeds Film Festival.

Thursday, February 15th, 2018

Siosifa Lolohea, who broke into a police department in Orem, Utah early in the middle of the night by throwing two empty vodka bottles through a glass door. Once inside the building he sat on the floor and began meditating until police arrived.

Senate gives first nod to IUDs for low-income women

The Senate gave its first nod to bill that will use Medicaid funds to give family planning services including long-acting, reversible birth control like intrauterine devices to women under the poverty level. "Utah is only one of seven states that doesn't have this waiver," Zehnder told the Senate, adding that the fiscal note on the bill anticipates a 3-1 return on investment.

UVU, Oxford launch 'groundbreaking' platform to study constitutions, treaties

Utah Valley University students walk through the food court of the Sorensen Student Center on campus in Orem Wednesday, Jan. 21, 2015. Utah Valley University, in partnership with Pembroke College at the University of Oxford, announced Tuesday the launch of the Quill Project, a "groundbreaking" research platform to conduct contextual study the history of negotiated texts.

Bill directing cultivation of full-strength cannabis in Utah narrowly passes House

By the thinnest of margins, the state House of Representatives on Tuesday passed a bill that would instruct the Department of Agriculture to oversee the cultivation and processing of full-strength cannabis in Utah. HB197 passed with 38 votes, the fewest a measure can receive in that body and still pass.

Robert Gehrke News

Christopher Robert Youngblood was showing off his nitrous oxide-boosted sports car to his sister and his brother-in-law, hitting 90 mph in a 45 mph zone when the vehicle veered off the road, went airborne, hit a wall, then a fence before smashing into a Kearns home. Both passengers died in the December 2011 crash.

Clearfield man charged in I-15 shootout could face new charges

A man accused of engaging in a freeway shootout with police - resulting in one bystander being shot and a second vehicle hit, and leading officers on a slow speed chase that ended with more gunfire - is also being investigated for suspected child pornography, according to a new search warrant. Arturo Gallemore-Jimenez, 37, of Clearfield, has already been charged with three counts of attempted aggravated murder, a first-degree felony.

Bill to create legislative oversight entity revived in House committee

A bill that would create a new legislative entity to oversee state and local governments was revived Monday after several GOP lawmakers changed their votes. HB175 faltered in a House committee earlier this month as a result of "healthy tension" between the branches of government, the bill's sponsor Rep. Keven Stratton, R-Orem, said at the time.

Man uses empty vodka bottles to break into police department, meditates until cops arrive

Police arrested a man for trespassing and drug charges early Saturday morning after they say he used empty vodka bottles to break into the Public Safety Building in Orem, Utah. Siosifa Lolohea threw two empty vodka bottles through the front glass door of the building, causing $500 in damage, police say.

Man Uses Empty Vodka Bottles to Break into Police Department, Meditates Until Cops Arrive

Police arrested a man for trespassing and drug charges early Saturday morning after they say he used empty vodka bottles to break into the Public Safety Building in Orem, Utah. Siosifa Lolohea threw two empty vodka bottles through the front glass door of the building, causing $500 in damage, police say.

Ten simple ways to create a sense of belonging for children and adults with disabilities

Audience members listen as Dr. Erik Carter of Vanderbilt University speaks during the 14th Annual Marjorie Pay Hinckley Lecture at Brigham Young University, held in the Gordon B. Hinckley Alumni and Visitors Center on Feb. 8. Young people with disabilities and their families want more than to be integrated or included. "They want to experience belonging," Dr. Erik Carter said during the 14th annual Marjorie Pay Hinckley Lecture at Brigham Young University held on Feb. 8. Carter is the Cornelius Vanderbilt Professor of Special Education at Vanderbilt University and was this year's guest lecturer at the annual event.

The Utah House voted on two bills to legalize medical marijuana. Both needed to pass. One didn't.

The Salt Lake Tribune) Legislators and staff surround Rep. Brad Daw, R-Orem, after the House narrowly failed to pass HB197, which would have allowed the cultivation of marijuana. Salt Lake City, Friday February 9, 2018.

Op-ed: Rio Grande success perpetuates myths of addiction

Rich Deprez, who calls himself a "recovering addict," attends a group session at Choice Recovery in Orem on Monday, Feb. 5, 2018. Deprez says Operation Rio Grande, which began six months ago, helped get him into treatment.

5 incredible ways to use your smartphone's camera you never knew until now

Unless you're a serious photographer, you probably don't carry a digital camera anymore. There's no need: A typical smartphone comes with at least one camera, and lenses are sharper and more dynamic than ever.

5 incredible ways to use your smartphone's camera you never knew until now

Unless you're a serious photographer, you probably don't carry a digital camera anymore. There's no need: A typical smartphone comes with at least one camera, and lenses are sharper and more dynamic than ever.

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