A windstorm caused major damage throughout Weber and Davis counties on Saturday night and Sunday morning, resulting in widespread power outages.
SALT LAKE CITY — The Wasatch Reptile Expo is in town and if you’re looking to collect an exotic beast or want to find a fashionable snake to adorn your neck, you’re likely to find it there.
OGDEN — The Utah Department of Transportation is hosting an open house for the public to view the findings of the second phase of study on Ogden Canyon’s mobility needs.
Consumer protection authorities are warning the public of the latest trending scam which is targeting the grandparents of Mormon missionaries.
MOUNTAIN GREEN — Deputies are on the look out for a potential peeping-tom in Morgan County after reports of someone using a iPhone and selfie-stick to spy on women.
This story is part of the Standard-Examiner’s Throwback Thursday series, where each Thursday, we explore our archives to bring you interesting articles from the past. These articles will range from the quirky to the historic.
OGDEN — Construction has begun on the long-awaited replacement to Weber County’s aging juvenile detention center, a replacement that will also be a multi-purpose facility for a variety of juvenile justice programs.
RIVERDALE — The announcement that authorities would not charge a man with the fatal shooting of his girlfriend, which he says was in self-defense, has drawn major reaction from the people that knew the victim, Jenna Manuel, and the community at-large.
RIVERDALE — Authorities declined to press charges against a man in connection with the February shooting death of his girlfriend, but arrested him on drug and firearm charges.