OGDEN — Health care providers in Utah are watching warily as President-elect Donald Trump and the predominantly Republican Congress take aim at dismantling President Barack Obama’s signature legislation, the Affordable Care Act.
OGDEN — Northern Utah women planning to join the Jan. 21 Women’s March on Washington believe not only in the importance of showing solidarity, but in the urgent need for their messages to be heard.
With the state’s 45-day legislative scrum kicking off in less than two weeks, several northern Utah lawmakers have filed a host of bills spanning a wide array of topics, with many more unnumbered measures in process.
OGDEN — On the list of Ogden’s legislative priorities for 2017 is a $700,000 request to pay off an outstanding loan for the area’s new homeless complex that opened in June 2015.
OGDEN — After being assaulted last week in an Ogden movie theater, a transgender woman believes she was attacked for more than just looking at her cellphone.
OGDEN — Stripped down to its bare concrete walls and lit mostly by dull winter light coming through the windows, the three levels of Weber County Library’s Main Branch feel foreign.
OGDEN — In their first meeting of 2017, Ogden City Council members approved a new police chief, two justice court judges and leadership to steer the new year’s agenda.
OGDEN — For many years, Jim Harvey addressed the three-member Weber County Commission as part of his job as Golden Spike Event Center manager. But on Tuesday, Jan. 3, Harvey took his place as an elected member of that body.
OGDEN — Every 16 minutes, on average, someone dies from suicide in the U.S. And according to the Centers for Disease Control, a startling 70 percent of those devastating losses occurred among people old enough to punch a time clock.