Case challenging 'extreme' Ogden gang rules moves ahead

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A judge is refusing to toss out a lawsuit from two Utah men who say they were falsely labeled as gang members under sweeping Ogden city rules that barred alleged members from being seen together in public.

Police & Fire

Colorado murder suspect arrested in South Weber, being held at Davis jail

Dylan Joseph Thompson

A manhunt began after a 65-year-old man was found dead in his apartment.


Charges dropped for Hill AFB contractor accused of illegally shipping F-16 parts


A federal judge has dropped all charges against a former Hill Air Force Base contractor once accused of illegally shipping F-16 parts to Indonesia.

Police & Fire

Bountiful OB-GYN re-arrested, charged with sexual abuse of a child

Nathan Clark Ward

A Bountiful OB-GYN accused of sending child pornography has been newly charged with several counts of sexual abuse.


Utah Supreme Court to hear state's appeal in juvenile Roy armed robbery case

Cooper Van Huizen robbery appeal

Cooper Van Huizen, of Weber County, was 16 when he and four others robbed a family of marijuana and cash in November 2013. He was convicted and imprisoned, but the Utah Court of Appeals ruled a juvenile court judge improperly certified the case for trial in adult court.


In Ogden, lawyers tussle over photographs and witnesses ahead of murder trial


Ahead of Gutberto Heras-Corrales’ murder trial, prosecution and defense debate photographs and witnesses


Waldmillers plead guilty to child abuse

Matthew and Diane Waldmiller

Waldmillers plead guilty in abuse of adopted children


Marilee Gardner's plea deal drops charges to attempted murder after fatal crash

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Marilee Gardner, a 17-year-old involved in a crash that killed a 19-year-old and a 20-year-old in June 2016, accepted a plea deal that drops her murder charge to attempted murder.

Police & Fire

Internal affairs report: After jail death, officer complained of 'snitch'

Davis internal affairs report documents jail "snitch" phone call

After Heather Miller, 28, died of a ruptured spleen suffered in the Davis County Jail, a corrections lieutenant challenged a county attorney’s investigator about a “snitch” and said that supposed informant “might be in trouble.”


Benched: Judge Scott Hadley reflects on 14 years

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Exit interview: Weber County Judge Scott Hadley

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