Northern Utah Prescription Drug Take-Back Day 2016 drop-off locations

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The Drug Enforcement Administration is teaming up northern Utah police departments to...


5 stories for Saturday: Locals in NFL Draft, Weber State graduation

Here are five of the top news stories for northern Utah on Saturday, April 30, 2016, including BYU and Utah State players drafted to the NFL, Weber State University graduation and more.


Drama Club of Ogden celebrates its 100th year

The all-female, invitation-only club may be one of the oldest clubs in Utah.


UTA to run FrontRunner on a Sunday to ease Hill air show traffic

To decrease traffic at the Hill Air Force Base air show, the Utah Transit Authority is running its FrontRunner commuter line on Sunday for the first time ever.


Ogden church feeds the rich and poor with free lunch Wednesdays

“It’s an amazing group of people.”


Weber State student to graduate in same program as sister held back by cancer

Weber State University student Stephanie Carranza will carry her sister's memory as she walks across the stage to receive her diploma


5 stories for Friday: Make-A-Wish grants pancakes; Chase suspect on the run

Happy Friday! Here are the top stories to know for the day.  


First Friday Art Stroll May 2016: 3 exhibits to see at the Ogden event

Here’s a look at the work that will be on display at the May 6, 2016, First Friday Art Stroll in Ogden.


Wasatch Reptile Expo: What kind of scaly friends are OK to own

The Wasatch Reptile Expo is in town and if you’re looking to collect an exotic beast or want to find a fashionable snake to adorn your neck, you’re likely to find it there. The event is April 30 and May 1 the Utah State Fairpark, 155 N. 1000 West in Salt Lake City.


WSU theater student takes home prestigious national award for lighting design

William Peterson won the Barbizon Award for Excellence in Lighting Design at the National Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival earlier this month. 


3 brothers graduate from Weber State together with plans for medical school

These three Utah brothers decided to leave the business world behind and become doctors. They completed the first stop in their medical journey by graduating from Weber State University together on April 29.

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