Memoir details rise from homeless cult member to assistant attorney general

OGDEN — Nicole Lowe spent the first few years of her teenage life as a runaway, wandering the streets of Salt Lake City.


Northern Utah storm damage nears $1M in Riverdale, other cities still counting

Northern Utah communities are still cleaning up and counting losses after one of the worst storms in recent memory.


2016 Northern Utah road construction wrapping up

OGDEN — One of the busiest road construction seasons in recent memory is coming to an end.


Ogden Greek Food Festival a go, not impacted by Thursday's storm

SOUTH OGDEN — The Ogden Greek Food Festival will go on as scheduled today and Saturday, as organizers say preparations for the annual celebration were not impacted by Thursday’s storm.


New hospital to be built at old Fred Meyer site

OGDEN — Ogden City has found a tenant to occupy the vacant former Fred Meyer property on 12th Street.


Ogden considering updates to its overhauled towing ordinance

OGDEN — Hoping to curb unfair towing practices, Ogden city implemented a total overhaul of its towing ordinance in June.


Upcoming Hallmark Christmas movie shot on Historic 25th Street

OGDEN — Though the nearly 90 degree temperatures didn’t exactly scream yuletide spirit, Christmas arrived about 100 days early Monday in Ogden.


Fuel tank problem grounds 10 of Hill Air Force Base's combat ready F-35s

HILL AIR FORCE BASE — Just seven weeks after a top Air Force general declared them ready for combat, 10 of Hill Air Force Base’s 15 F-35As have been grounded. 


Famed Ogden Greek Food Festival set for Sept. 23-24

SOUTH OGDEN — Exactly how many years the Ogden Greek Food Festival has been serving up gyros, pitas and dolmathes might be open for debate.


Though toxicology rules out suicide, Lincoln Parkin still missed in Weber County

NORTH OGDEN — The circumstances surrounding Lincoln Parkin’s April death appear to have changed, but the void it created in the lives of his family and friends remains.

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