Ben Mendoza’s life was filled with drugs, alcohol, guns and gangs. He was 10 years old.
Rep. Jeremy Peterson, R-Ogden, is sponsoring House Bill 270, which would shift some of the load at the Northern Utah Community Correctional Center to other counties and communities.
Happy Monday! Catch up on the latest news in Northern Utah with these five stories for Monday, Feb. 20.
Officials say a trickle down effect is responsible for long lines after dark in the cold at the Lantern House homeless shelter. A bill designed to provide for more affordable housing throughout the state would fund already planned projects in the Ogden area.
The last remnants of the old Dee Elementary School will soon be gone for good, but city officials plan to build a 21-home subdivision on the property.
Due to recent rain showers and melting snow, water levels and flooding have been a concern throughout Northern Utah.
Though flooding isn’t expected, the National Weather Service says the Ogden River’s current volume is higher than it’s been since spring 2011.
For those who think spring is just around the corner, think again. Snow is in the forecast for Northern Utah this week.
Residents in Box Elder County had an eventful weekend due to flooding and a mudslide Sunday, Feb. 19.
The retaining wall supporting a hilltop home owned by Bennett Thurgood started eroding soon after it was complete and it’s got Lance Youngberg, who lives downslope, worried.