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Utah Republican Convention 2016: 3 northern Utah races contested Saturday

Delegates gathering at the Utah Republican Convention Saturday will vote to narrow three legislative races in Weber and Davis counties, but some candidates have also gathered voter signatures that guarantee their spots on the June primary ballot. Sen. Todd Weiler faces an intraparty challenge...


Government

Former Utah Sen. Bob Bennett suffers stroke

Former Sen. Bob Bennett says a recent stroke paralyzed the left side of his body and left him unable to stand up or swallow


Government

Ogden City says new owners plan to remodel crumbling Wall Avenue building

Things are looking up for a vacant, dilapidated building on the corner of 24th Street and Wall Avenue. Ogden City says a new owner plans to refurbish the building.


Government

Pressured to drop out, Gochnour kicks off campaign instead

After her opponent Jim Harvey received 61 percent of the delegate vote, some lawmakers say she should bow out before the primary.


News

Morgan seeks muscle, joins the Northern Utah Chamber Council

The Northern Utah Chamber Council is comprised of Davis, Weber, Cache, and Box Elder counties.


Government

Polling a matter of keeping the errors down, Weber State forum attendees told

Panelist Spencer Stokes says that possibility of 2016 being the year a woman is elected president will help Hillary Clinton


Local

'What Is That Thing?' West Haven construction sparks readers' imaginations

A FEMA internment camp? A NASA launch pad? Your mom’s house? Readers played along while we asked “What is that thing?” about a water tank being constructed in West Haven near Hinckley Drive in the area between 1900 West and Midland Drive.


Government

Gov. Herbert calls Utah legislative session on national monument, education

Gov. Gary Herbert has called a special session of the Legislature to voice official state opposition to Pres. Obama’s potential designation of a national monument. The session also would consider education funds for programs such as as Upstart Early Education.


Government

Salt Lake City Council unanimously votes to rename street after gay leader

“This sends a loud message that Salt Lake City values inclusion and diversity,” said Troy Williams, director of the group Equality Utah.


Government

Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton win big in NY primary, push closer to nominations

Donald Trump captured more than 50 percent of the vote in New York with Ohio Gov. John Kasich winning at least three and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz in danger of getting shut out. Of the 247 Democratic delegates at stake in New York, Hillary Clinton picked up at least 135 while Bernie Sanders...


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