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Utah's medical marijuana advocates go to bat for federal initiative in D.C.

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Kaysville resident Christine Stenquist joined local lawmakers and Utah’s congressional delegation in a fight to declassify marijuana as a Schedule I controlled substance.


News

5 stories for Friday: Trouble reported around Lantern House; Jazz get Bolomboy

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


Government

Ogden proposing property tax hike but says residents won't notice a difference

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Ogden City is considering a property tax hike up to 35 percent, but city officials say the increase will have little to no impact on residents’ bottom lines.


Police & Fire

Fire crews respond to 6-acre grass fire in Ogden rail yard

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Crews are responding to a grass fire in the area of 31st Street and Parker Drive. 


National

What will happen now that Britain has voted to leave the EU

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Everything you need to know about Britain's Brexit vote to leave the European Union.


Environment

Northern Utah water, energy projects awarded millions in federal funds

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The U.S. departments of interior and agriculture are awarding millions of dollars to programs aimed at helping with water conservation in the West — including some in northern Utah.


Local

Hill Air Force Base air show 2016 schedule: When to see Thunderbirds, more

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Check out the schedule of performances held during the 2016 Warriors Over the Wasatch Utah Air Show on Saturday, June 25, and Sunday, June 26, at Hill Air Force Base.


Military

Expect traffic signals around Hill AFB to favor show-goers this weekend

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Traffic lights will be re-timed to streamline traffic flow to the base, where 650,000 visitors are expected to converge this weekend.


High School

Calvin Bingham an example of dedication, even despite serious life challenges

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Even after cancer, a heart attack and the loss of his younger brother comprising the last 12 years, the 69-year-old coach says he never felt like he was being picked on.


News

North Ogden traffic control boxes get a color makeover

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The city has wrapped colorful photos around four UDOT traffic control boxes so far on Washington Boulevard and plans to wrap 15 boxes in all.


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