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'It's On Us' campaign aims to change sexual assault culture

Obama speaks on "It's On Us" campaign

On a mission to end sexual assault on college campuses, President Barack Obama and Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. are launching the “It’s On Us” campaign. The campaign

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Driver blasts nonchalance about knife incident on Davis school

CLINTON — Bus driver Robin Nielsen is wondering why district and school officials have appeared to take little or no action concerning a weapon incident


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Schools work to prevent chronic student absenteeism

OGDEN — School’s been in session for about a month. Do you know how many days your child has been absent? September is Attendance Awareness Month


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Riverdale Roadrunners chalk up $13K for school

RIVERDALE — The Riverdale Elementary Roadrunners gave their mascot a whole new meaning when 750 people in their community came out to support the


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Ogden schools have added guitar to the curriculum

OGDEN -- When teacher Adam Kozlewski told his students to pass their instruments to their partners, to give someone else a chance at learning, there was an audible


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WSU panelists debate the First Amendment

OGDEN — The crowd was small for Weber State University’s first ever Constitution Week “Amendment Panel,” but there was still a lively


Education

Pivotal bugs of history dissected in WSU online course

OGDEN — Big events, including wars, storms and earthquakes, have changed the world. So have tiny, one-celled microbes. One of the most significant


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WSU professor talks to Ukrainians about Putin

OGDEN — Ron Holt recently made a trip to Ukraine, to see for himself what is happening in the country, and how the people feel about recent events.


Education

WSU celebrates Constitution Week

OGDEN -- Weber State University celebrates Constitution Week, Sept. 15-18, with a series of discussions and debates, and even a chance to win prizes and enjoy a


Education

Hometown heros recognized at Clinton school assembly

CLINTON – It was a moment for students to remember and honor, but for these students, what they were remembering was a far cry from what the adults were


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Video: Junior high students don't know details behind 9/11

WASHINGTON TERRACE -- Most people can tell you exactly where they were, and what they were doing, when terrorists attacked the U.S. on Sept. 11, 2001. But


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