Local

Farmington carnival brings autistic kids and their families together for fun

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Kids of all abilities were all smiles Saturday, dancing with Disney princesses, eating snow cones...

News

Ogden can be rough traveling for wheelchair users

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Trying to move through some of Ogden’s streets is not an easy task for people in wheelchairs. 


Business

Utah leads the country in tech sector growth

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Utah had the greatest percentage of growth in the country in technology jobs during the first six months of 2016.


Local

9 fun things to do over Labor Day weekend 2016

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For a weekend full of family, friends and fun, here are a few suggestions for things to do for 2016 Labor Day weekend in Northern Utah.


Military

To combat drone pilot shortage, U.S. Air Force expands eligibility to thousands

RPA unit garners aviation award for excellence

The U.S. Air Force policy change will increase the number of airmen eligible to pilot drones from about 4,000 to 87,000.


High School

Iron Horse 2016: Ben Lomond looks to extend streak over Ogden in rivalry

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The battle for the Iron Horse is again upon us. City rivals Ogden Tigers and Ben Lomond Scots will meet at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 2, for the 64th installment of their yearly rivalry. For the second year in a row, the Iron Horse Game will be played at Weber State University’s Stewart...


Courts

Man who paid $1,500 to mom for nude photos of daughter sentenced to jail

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Dennis Keith Randall was booked in the Weber County Jail on Tuesday, Aug. 30, to begin serving a 210 day jail sentence ordered by Judge Mark DeCaria.


News

NWS warns conditions Thursday, Friday could lead to increased wildfire risk

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Strong winds, thunderstorms and low humidity Thursday, Sept. 1, and Friday, Sept. 2, are expected to create an increased wildfire risk.


Courts

Tuscany Gardens' former owner appears in court for second sentencing hearing

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Weeks after being sentenced in Davis County, Roy’s Anthony James Consolo — the former owner of Tuscany Gardens Reception Center — appeared for sentencing in connection with a Weber County case.


Local

Weber State Performing Arts to hold annual costume sale

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WSU's Performing Arts Costume Sale is this weekend, and this year they have more to offer than ever.


Courts

19-year-old pleads guilty to attempted sexual abuse of a child

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Two first-degree felony charges were dropped in exchange for the guilty plea. 


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