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Adams Avenue construction nightmare nears end

WASHINGTON TERRACE — Light beckons at the end of the tunnel of orange cones that have lined Adams Avenue in various configurations since last summer. But...


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Midland Drive mess expected to be cleaned up by fall

WEST HAVEN — The mess on Midland Drive is expected to be clear before the year is out, and transportation officials say that when the construction...


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Syracuse meet the candidates event Aug. 6

SYRACUSE — The Syracuse Chamber of Commerce will host a “Meet The Candidates” night on Thursday, Aug. 6, 5:30-8 p.m. at Syracuse City Hall,...


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Better than lottery? State website paying 1 in 5 Utahns

SALT LAKE CITY — Early one recent Sunday morning, Ogden resident Jon Hanson woke up and turned on the television. He happened to see some information about a...


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Water wasters blamed for Syracuse supply problems

SYRACUSE — Syracuse City hosted an almost two-hour secondary water conservation meeting Wednesday night that raised more questions than answers....




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2600 South in Woods Cross to close tonight

WOODS CROSS — The final step in the reconstruction of 2600 South will take place tonight resulting in a closure of the road. The Utah Department of...


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Mystery flooding grabs attention of state auditor

OGDEN — The quiet but constant seep of water into several northeast Ogden basements has now grabbed the attention of some of Utah’s top elected...


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Freeway expanding between Brigham and Ogden

BRIGHAM CITY -- Interstate 15 between Brigham and Ogden will grow from four lanes to six in a $68 million project to begin in the fall. While it's a widening, the...


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Layton Council favors WDC interchange at 2700 West

LAYTON — No vote was taken. But by a verbal consensus, the Layton City Council favors placing the West Davis Corridor interchange at 2700 West, mainly...


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Doug Owens to challenge Mia Love in 2016 rematch

SALT LAKE CITY — Salt Lake City attorney Doug Owens will try to unseat Utah Congresswoman Mia Love next year. The Owens announcement Tuesday will make the...


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