Syracuse road to get $50 million upgrade to address growing traffic

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Utilities along the road are to be moved starting in March with construction to begin in the summer.


Ogden house perched atop eroding hill worries landowner down below

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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.


Northern Utah day care violations include 6 child walkaways, state data shows

Day care inspections Northern Utah

Six times in the past five years, children have been found by passers-by after wandering out of Northern Utah day care centers, state inspection data shows. Walkaways, lax supervision, choking and hanging hazards, incidents of physical punishment, sanitation lapses and failures in criminal...


Q&A: Immigrant discusses Black History Month, learning to 'see' one another

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Weber State assistant professor shares her perspective on living as a black woman in Utah.


5 stories for Saturday: Basketball saves Mendoza; Robbery suspect caught

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Start your weekend off with these stories out of Northern Utah. 


Illegal sump pumps a sticky problem for Northern Utah cities

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Plumber says he’s never seen a run on sump pumps like this past week.


Heavy snow, fluctuating temps cause potholes up and down Northern Utah


Yes, it’s been a bad year for potholes.


5 stories for Friday: Day Without Immigrants; Roy girls buzzer beater

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Here are the top stories for Friday, Feb. 17, 2016.

High School

Basketball helps save Ben Lomond's Ben Mendoza from the streets

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Ben Mendoza’s life was filled with drugs, alcohol, guns and gangs. He was 10 years old.


'Why not me?' asks hypnotist Shawn Paulsen after terminal diagnosis

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Comedian and hypnotist Shawn Paulsen, of Clinton, wants to inspire others to live their best lives. His memoir is titled “Why Not Me?: Choosing to be Positive in the Face of Adversity.”


Statewide photo exhibit comes to Eccles Community Art Center in Ogden

Statewide Photo 2017

Statewide Photographic Competition features 92 works of art by 49 Utah-based photographers. A. Steven Cain, of Ogden, won Best of Show.

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