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Voters will narrow two Ogden Council races

OGDEN — In years past, candidates seeking elected office relied primarily on firm handshakes and durable shoe leather to win votes, but social media is shifting that dynamic. While door-...

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Attempts by intruders reported at White House and Capitol

WASHINGTON — Security barriers were put to the test Friday at two of Washington’s most closely guarded compounds as someone climbed an auxiliary fence...


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Records: NSA paid Utah over $1M to police data center roads

BLUFFDALE — The National Security Agency has paid Utah more than $1 million over the past year and a half for state troopers to guard the entrance to the spy...


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State water engineer issues conditional approval to Summit

EDEN — Utah’s chief water rights engineer gave guarded approval Friday to Summit’s request to pump 400 acre-feet of water via its Hidden Lake Well...


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Summit gets conditional OK to use Hidden Lake Well water

EDEN — Utah’s chief water rights engineer gave guarded approval Friday to Summit’s exchange request to tap 400 acre-feet of water for its Powder...


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Bill aimed to protect students from teacher misconduct

SALT LAKE CITY – Lawmakers passed a bill during the 2015 legislative session to protect students against educators with previous sexual offenses. House Bill...




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Utah co-op health insurer lost $19.9 million in first year

SALT LAKE CITY — A nonprofit Utah health insurer that received federal loans to get up and running lost nearly $20 million in its first year and is among co...


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Utah officials considering new name for Negro Bill Canyon

SALT LAKE CITY — The renewed national scrutiny of the Confederate flag has southern Utah officials again considering changing the name of the picturesque...


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Ogden City Council relinquishes streetcar dream for now

OGDEN — In a 4-1 vote Tuesday, the Ogden City Council propelled the city forward on a transit path that had been scrutinized for more than a decade. The...


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Mail-in ballots, social media changing how people campaign and

OGDEN — In years past, candidates seeking elected office relied primarily on firm handshakes and durable shoe leather to win votes, but social media is...


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Republican-on-Republican political attacks delight Dems

WASHINGTON — When Republicans took full control of Congress this year, they were determined to show voters they could govern responsibly. Instead...


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State water engineer issues conditional approval to Summit

EDEN — Utah’s chief water rights engineer gave guarded approval Friday to Summit’s request to pump 400 acre-feet of water via its Hidden Lake Well...