The Ogden Police Department identified a 51-year-old woman who died in a two-car crash along...
Take a break from shoveling all that snow and catch up with the top news in Northern Utah for Tuesday, Jan. 24.
On Jan 20, the Hill Air Force Base jets headed to Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada for a massive air-to-air combat training exercise known as “Red Flag.”
In a tweet, Powder Mountain said five avalanches have affected more than 1.5 miles of State Route 158, also known as Powder Mountain Highway.
On Thursday, Jan. 19, opening day of the Sundance Film Festival, Ogden resident Van Summerill launched his Film Noir series consisting of six older films to roll out over several days in his home theater.
Happy Monday, Northern Utah. Catch up on the latest news with these five stories for Monday, Jan. 23, 2017.
Tyson Mason experienced the birth of his first child, Lukas, on Saturday, Jan. 15. A week later, he died in a car crash while trying to save his passenger.
Can you identify the make and model of the firearm by just this photo? Those who give the correct answer get a chance at a special Smith & Edwards prize associated with the start of the gun sale and auction.
Markedward Dale Eakin is accused of sexually abusing a 5-year-old and a 10-year-old girl, as well as showing child pornography to the 10-year-old.