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Bill to lower penalty for carrying weapons on mass transit

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SALT LAKE CITY -- A bill that would reduce the penalty for carrying a firearm or weapon on public transit from a felony to a misdemeanor cleared a House committee Wednesday in an 8-2 vote. Rep....

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Syracuse chooses new city attorrney

SYRACUSE – Ryan Loose has been named as the new city attorney for Syracuse City. The Syracuse City Council voted unanimously in a special meeting to approve...


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Trees and South Weber seem a natural fit

SOUTH WEBER — Like peanut butter and jelly, and Stockton and Malone, trees and South Weber City seem to be a natural fit. The city council recently...


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Some skittish about Ogden Valley development options

EDEN – Raw emotions poured over from concerned residents at Snowcrest Junior High as over 100 people inspected three possible scenarios of developing Ogden...


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Syracuse officials sifting through park and debt options

SYRACUSE — The Syracuse City Council’s plan to reduce the city’s debt is still on, but with a new sidelight — improving some of...


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North Ogden questions RAMP allocations

NORTH OGDEN — The city received no additional RAMP funding this year for three significant projects and it is questioning why so much money went to a gun...




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Utah lawmakers hit final weeks with big issues unresolved

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah lawmakers kicked off this year with a number of major initiatives on their plate, but they’re poised to enter the final weeks of...


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South Weber councilman cries foul about gate bids

SOUTH WEBER — A city council member is concerned that the $11,640 purchase and installation of a retractable security gate for the public works shop...


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Utah ranks OK for infrastructure but canals are a worry

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah received no A’s or F’s on its 2015 infrastructure report card prepared by the American Society of Civil Engineers....


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Utah's Chaffetz in thick of D.C. marijuana fight

WASHINGTON — The new mayor of the nation’s capital was hoping to get along fine with Republicans on Capitol Hill. Instead, they’ve threatened her...


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Davis Behavioral Health gets $1M to fight opioid abuse

LAYTON — Davis Behavioral Health received a $1 million donation from Intermountain Healthcare to help address the opioid addiction epidemic in Davis and...


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Some skittish about Ogden Valley development options

EDEN – Raw emotions poured over from concerned residents at Snowcrest Junior High as over 100 people inspected three possible scenarios of developing Ogden...


North Ogden questions RAMP allocations

NORTH OGDEN — The city received no additional RAMP funding this year for three significant projects and it is questioning why so much money went to a gun...