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Ski-lift cost becomes moving target as dynamic prices hit slopes

On a January Saturday in Utah’s Wasatch mountains, a chairlift whisked Stephen Percassi, an engineer from upstate New York, toward the top of Alta Ski Area....


Environment

No federal water this year for parched California farms

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The federal government said Friday it won't send any of its reservoir water to the Central Valley for the second straight year, forcing...


Tech Matters

What the FCC net neutrality rules mean to you

The FCC voted to pass the Open Internet Order, a ruling in favor of net neutrality. The new regulation would apply the same rules that regulate wired service...


Local

Rancher remembers good old days at Ogden stockyards

OGDEN — Calvin Grant has livestock in his blood. The Pleasant View rancher, who jokes that he’s “either 48 or 84 years old — I...


Government

Davis Behavioral Health gets $1M to fight opioid abuse

LAYTON — Davis Behavioral Health received a $1 million donation from Intermountain Healthcare to help address the opioid addiction epidemic in Davis and...




Business

As tastes change, big food makers try hipster guises

HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. — At a taco shop in Southern California, milkshakes are served in mason jars and a chalkboard menu lists “The 1%er” made...


Local

VIDEO: Ok Ogden, Black and Blue or White and Gold?

It’s the dress that is breaking the internet. John Passatino, the deputy news director of Buzzfeed, tweeted that the dress broke the site’s records with...


Government

Low-income advocates urge lawmakers to sunset earmarks to help

SALT LAKE CITY -- Since 2005, earmarks in Utah’s general fund budget have climbed from $42 million to $531 million, with most of those dollars getting...


News

State commission now looking at 5 spots for new Utah prison

SALT LAKE CITY — A shortlist of possible locations for a new state prison grew Friday when a state commission working on the project decided to look at two...


Courts

Woman accused of murder threatens to kill herself

OGDEN -- As Victoria Mendoza walked out of the courtroom, she looked at those in the gallery and threatened to kill herself. “I’m going to kill myself....


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Woman accused of murder threatens to kill herself

OGDEN -- As Victoria Mendoza walked out of the courtroom, she looked at those in the gallery and threatened to kill herself. “I’m going to kill myself....


LIVE TWITTER FEED: Graphic court testimony heard during stabbing

Read updated story here   OGDEN -- Tawnee Baird’s family sobbed as they listened to a cell phone call Victoria Mendoza made to friends admitting she...