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3 brothers graduate from Weber State together with plans for medical school

BW TOP 5 WSU Graduation 2016 03-2

These three Utah brothers decided to leave the business world behind and become doctors. They...

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POWER OUTAGE UPDATE: More than 675 people in Ogden still without power Monday

The effects of a weekend wind storm lasted into Monday for thousands of residents in Ogden and surrounding areas. 


Local

Wind storm hits hospitals, businesses and residents in Weber, Davis counties

While some resorted to back-up generators, others depended on old-fashioned administrating and the generosity of the community to get by.


Local

Business donates 84,000 diapers to nonprofit United Way in Ogden

The Kimberly-Clark Corporation donated 84,000 diapers to the Ogden-area nonprofit to help support other northern Utah nonprofit agencies who serve early childhood needs.


Local

19-year-old Ogden woman crowned as Miss Rodeo Ogden

Savanna Steed, a 19-year-old Ogden resident, was crowned Miss Rodeo Ogden Sunday, May 1 at Timbermine Steakhouse after a daylong pageant. 


Local

Hogle Zoo's sea lion, Rocky, dies during medical procedure in Salt Lake City

Rocky, a sea lion Hogle Zoo rescued from California, died on Wednesday, April 27, during a medical procedure, the Salt Lake City zoo announced in a news release.


Food

Mother's Day 2016: Brunch, restaurant specials in Ogden, Layton, northern Utah

Looking for Mother’s Day brunch specials in Ogden, Layton, Weber County, Davis County and northern Utah? Here’s a look at the spots to take mom on Sunday, May 8.


News

Wind storm causes power outages and damage in Northern Utah

Winds in excess of 70 miles per hour cause trees to fall, cutting power to almost 38,000 homes in northern Utah


Local

61-year-old man dies after wreck on I-15 in Centerville; wind likely a factor

An crash involving a pickup truck and semi-trailer, on southbound Interstate 15 at Parrish Lane in Centerville, was reported to the Utah Highway Patrol at about 5:30 a.m. on May 1.


Local

Utah couples open up about disease of infertility, pressure to have children

Couples who have or are dealing with infertility want others to know they just need support, not judgment. “Infertility is a disease,” said Kristin Daugherty, advocate in Utah for Resolve: the National Infertility Association, a nonprofit organization. Several local families have...


Government

Kaysville's 'active transportation' plan seeks bike lanes, safe walking routes

The Kaysville City Council will soon review a draft of a new transportation plan that emphasizes convenience and safety for the city’s pedestrians and cyclists. The plan promotes “active transportation,” which means increasing pedestrian and bicycle access to various...


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