Largest Western collection of nativities at Holiday Festival

OGDEN — The endless differing views of Jesus, Mary and Joseph as they may have appeared in a manger on that first Christmas Day are available in one location at the Weber County Holiday Festival next week, Tuesday through Friday, Dec. 4-8, at the Golden Spike Event Center, 1000 N. 1200 West in...

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Holidays don't have to be hectic; choose new mindset

If it hasn’t already hit you, the frenzy of Christmas 2015 is about to set in. Only 28 shopping days left, and less than four weeks to cram in parties, wrapping, tree decorating, baking — and fa, la, la, la, la. Maybe this is the year to dial the holiday hoopla down a notch. Simplify the Holidays...


Christmas 2015: All the holiday cheer happening in Northern Utah

There’s so much Christmastime fun happening in the area, even Buddy the Elf might get overwhelmed.


Active shooter in Colorado Springs in gunfight with police

Police are trying to manage an ongoing shooting scene at a strip mall in Colorado Springs and apprehend the suspect.


Glitch causes customers to see billions of dollars in charges

The glitch was only a 20-minute occurrence but some customers got a shock that might have taken years off their lives.


Weber County commissioners OK funding for 12 area road projects

Many of the road projects will happen within Marriott-Slaterville and North Ogden.


Attempted murder suspect surrenders to Layton Police

LAYTON — Police located attempted murder suspect Jacquan David Wilson Thursday evening, Nov. 26 at the Layton Pointe Apartments, 355 E. 550 South, according to a post on the Layton City Police Department Facebook page.  Story continues below map.  Wilson surrendered to SWAT officers on scene....


Colorado Springs shooter surrenders, 3 dead

The shooter surrendered to police Friday evening and police are among the injured.


Onward and upward: Jay Hill reviews Weber State's 2015 season

With a winning record under the belt, Jay Hill speaks on Weber State’s goals moving forward.


Black Friday less crowded this year, Davis County shoppers say

LAYTON — Forget everything you know about Black Friday. Local residents who went shopping earlier than ever Thursday night, Nov. 26, said they had a lot of fun, saved money and didn’t get beat up. RELATED: The best places to shop on Black Friday 2015 But the biggest adventure reported shortly after...

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