SALT LAKE CITY — Utah reported its largest single-day increase in the number of COVID-19 cases on Friday, with many of those coming in connection with an outbreak at a meatpacking plant in northern Utah.
BRIGHAM CITY — Wearing dress shirts, ties and name tags, three missionaries with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints sit around the kitchen table inside a Utah apartment planning how they'll spread their gospel that day.
The Afghan commando who killed Maj. Brent Taylor of North Ogden planned the insider assassination for weeks as U.S. intelligence screeners failed to act aggressively on signs of his radicalization, according to an Army investigative report.
OGDEN — Weber State University is taking criticism from both sides of the aisle for it's handling of a criminal justice professor who made threatening tweets related to ongoing, nationwide protests.
A Republican lawmaker in Utah said Friday he'll support police reform legislation championed by the NAACP aimed at ending brutality and racial profiling in the wake of George Floyd's death.
SOUTH OGDEN — Now that she’s able to get medical marijuana, Nicole McGarry says her life has taken a dramatic turn for the better.
OGDEN — The death of Nate Lyday leaves a trail of sadness in its wake.
KAYSVILLE — The Kaysville City Council on Thursday voted to censure Mayor Katie Witt, stemming from the uproar last month over the proposed concert she had promoted as a challenge to continued COVID-19 restrictions.
SALT LAKE CITY — A planned concert sponsored by activists opposed to coronavirus-related restrictions has been moved to Iron County later this month after being rejected by Kaysville and Toole County.
OGDEN — A food drive will be held this weekend at Weber State University.
PROMONTORY SUMMIT — The iron horses are starting to run again at Golden Spike National Historical Park.
OGDEN — An Ogden man told police his opponent in a fist fight drew a knife and tried to stab him 10 to 15 times but did not connect.
OGDEN — As COVID-19 social distancing restrictions slowly loosen across the state, Ogden City is working on a plan to bring back its suspended recreation programs.
SALT LAKE CITY — A third person has been charged in the destruction of a Salt Lake City police car set on fire during protests over the death of George Floyd.
OGDEN — An Ogden woman was strangled to unconsciousness Wednesday in the last of three stranglings allegedly inflicted by her boyfriend, according to an arrest affidavit.
SALT LAKE CITY — The number of people requesting unemployment assistance in Utah last week dropped below 5,000 for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic took hold in the United States but remained at a rate far higher than normal, show new figures released Thursday.
PARK VALLEY — Firefighters reported Thursday they were making progress against three lightning-caused Box Elder County blazes that together had burned more than 10,000 acres.
SALT LAKE CITY — The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints said Thursday it will hold its twice-yearly signature conference in October without in-person audience as it did in April because of lingering concerns about the coronavirus pandemic.
LAYTON — On his third urgent attempt to find a woman trapped in a burning house, Mitchel Porter got another lungful of smoke and finally succeeded in pulling the victim to safety.
OGDEN — Justin Terronez of Ogden never really got into political stuff, protesting.
Paltry rainfall in April and May has left Utah with higher fire danger and reduced forage for wildlife heading into summer, the latest statewide climate and water report says.
OGDEN — Ogden police have kept busy, dealing with the many things, big and small, that inevitably pop up.
OGDEN — The Weber State University professor who recently came under fire for a series of threatening tweets related to ongoing, nationwide protests says he regrets his actions and has resigned from his teaching position.
SALT LAKE CITY — The four Republican hopefuls for Northern Utah’s U.S. House seat debated Thursday, making the case for why they should be selected by voters.
OGDEN — While Ogden City targets a July restart date for the live version of the city’s First Friday Art Stroll, one key partner in the program is returning to form this week, albeit with some new participation guidelines.
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SALT LAKE CITY — At the request of President Donald Trump, the Utah National Guard has sent about 200 soldiers to Washington, D.C., to help manage the civil unrest currently unfolding in the nation’s capital.
OGDEN — A man was arrested Monday after he allegedly tore down several small U.S. flags that had been placed outside businesses to honor fallen Ogden Police Officer Nate Lyday.
Utah County Attorney David Leavitt said he would bring jury trials back to the state’s criminal justice system if elected Utah Attorney General while incumbent Sean Reyes said criminal justice reform is hardly the only issue facing the state today.
OGDEN — Motorists who traverse the North Ogden Divide and hikers who use the Ben Lomond Trailhead as their launching point will have to find alternatives.
OGDEN — The final hurdle in a decade-and-a-half-long effort to establish a fixed-route transit connection between Ogden’s downtown and the southeastern edge of the city has been crossed.
SALT LAKE CITY — A few months ago, the crowded contest for the Republican nomination in Utah’s first wide-open governor's race in more than a decade was about how to manage the state’s breakneck growth. Now, it's showcasing conservative fault lines over the coronavirus crisis response and wh…
Ankle monitor tracking data places gang member at Ogden shooting scene
HUNTSVILLE — Northern Utah's two alpine highways are now open.
SALT LAKE CITY — Democratic U.S. House hopefuls Darren Parry and Jamie Cheek debated Monday, addressing the COVID-19 outbreak, protesting over George Floyd’s death, whether a Democrat can win in the Republican-leaning 1st District and more.
OGDEN — For the first time since 2015, Ogden City’s budget does not include a 4% pay increase for members of the city’s police and fire departments.
SALT LAKE CITY — The president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints denounced racism and the violence occurring at protests around the country in the faith's first public statement Monday since volatile weekend demonstrations over the death of George Floyd.
OGDEN — The push for police reform by local advocates of people of color didn’t end with Saturday’s large demonstration in downtown Ogden.
OGDEN — Weber State University officials are investigating a series of provocative tweets posted by one of the school’s criminal justice professors after violent protests erupted across the United States.
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — For the third time in a little over a year, airmen from Hill Air Force Base’s two fighter wings have deployed to the Middle East.
LAYTON — Firefighters have identified battery backup gear as the likely source of a fire that caused an estimated $100,000 damage to a home Sunday afternoon.
FARMINGTON — A Pleasant View man charged earlier this year in Ogden in an alleged date rape has been arrested again in connection with a similar 2016 case.
SALT LAKE CITY — A leading anti-police brutality activist in Utah condemned the destruction of property that occurred during a protest Saturday night in Salt Lake City. But she said broken buildings shouldn't be mourned on the same level as black men like George Floyd who are killed by police.
OGDEN — A fire near the mouth of Ogden Canyon on Saturday night kept crews busy into the early morning hours of Sunday.
Class of 2020 seniors graduate at Two Rivers High School on Wednesday, May 27, 2020. A traditional commencement ceremony was not possible due to COVID-19 social distancing restrictions, so the school held a drive-thru red carpet walk in the parking lot behind the school.
OGDEN — Two Rivers High School, the alternative offering in Weber School District, has made dramatic progress in its graduation rates over the past two years.
OGDEN — On a day when rioting marred a protest in Salt Lake City, 40 miles to the north protesters successfully held a peaceful — and quite large — rally in downtown Ogden.