OGDEN — The extreme, unseasonal heat being felt right now throughout Utah is not only compounding concerns about fire danger and an ongoing drought — it's also buckling roads.
OGDEN — A Harrisville man, arrested for a 2019 bank robbery and freed later after the real perpetrator was caught, has filed a civil rights lawsuit against Ogden police.
In what some would consider an unlikely friendship, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People have joined hands as they pave the way for three major initiatives.
WEST HAVEN — Reflecting continued growth in West Haven, city leaders are proposing creation of a new post to handle planning functions, pulling the responsibilities from the list of duties managed by the city engineer.
SOUTH OGDEN — If you’re going to get into small-batch ice cream making, there’s at least one thing you should know — you’ll have to put in plenty of time.
PARK CITY — Construction has begun on a long-planned luxury hotel that will soon double as a rest and relaxation spot for airmen at Hill Air Force Base.
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — A group of airmen from Hill Air Force Base have returned to Utah after a combat training deployment in Europe.
NORTH OGDEN — After more than 100 years on the planet, Ruth Pledger knows a thing or two.
Ground has been broken in Syracuse for the Syracuse Utah Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Elder Kevin R. Duncan of the Quorum of the Seventy presided at the groundbreaking ceremony Saturday morning, June 12, 2021.
ST. GEORGE (AP) — When bats come to mind, people generally think of horror movies and vampires, but bats actually play an important role in the ecosystem. But they’re in danger.
WOODS CROSS — A packaging equipment manufacturing company is getting a state tax break to expand in Davis County, bringing with it 63 new, high-paying jobs.
The Utah Democrat Party criticized U.S. Rep. Burgess Owens, R-Utah, on Friday after the congressman briefly tweeted praise for a controversial congressional GOP candidate who has supported the QAnon conspiracy.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — As folks drank coffee and munched on doughnuts on the patio outside the Jordan River Nature Center, Kylie Jones-Greenwood gave a simple directive. Jones-Greenwood, who uses they/them pronouns, wanted each of the dozen or so guests to introduce themselves, including thei…
OGDEN — What were the massive blank walls on the city-owned parking structures along Grant Avenue in downtown Ogden are coming alive with color.
Weber Human Services is looking for people who can help Northern Utah nonprofits.
OGDEN — A three-vehicle crash in Ogden Canyon killed a driver Friday afternoon, the Utah Highway Patrol said.
CLEARFIELD — A 1-year-old child died beneath the wheels of a backing car in a Clearfield driveway Thursday, police said.
OGDEN — Ogden City officials say the restrictions they’ve already put in place are the peak of what they can legally do to stop fireworks during the ongoing drought.
OGDEN — After nearly a year of construction, Catholic Community Services has completed an ambitious expansion, opening a new building in West Ogden that officials say will allow the nonprofit to better serve Weber County residents in need.
CLEARFIELD — Police are on the lookout for a cream-colored Cadillac and its driver after a hit-and-run fatality Wednesday.
OGDEN — Ogden police on Thursday arrested a second suspect in the June 4 shooting of a man inside his apartment, according to Weber County Jail records.
The renovation and upgrades to the Salt Lake Temple and Temple Square is 11/2 years into a four-year project. The next major part of the project will be the demolition of the North Visitors’ Center.
OGDEN — Miscommunication prevented what was supposed to be the raising of a flag on Thursday to kick off activities to mark Juneteenth in Northern Utah.
WEST HAVEN — The race for mayor of West Haven now has three candidates.
Four county chairs of the Utah Democratic Party who warned about “voter suppression” and election rigging that could “disenfranchise” Utah County Democrats in upcoming party elections now say their concerns were based on “miscommunication” with the party and retracted their claims.
OGDEN — The City Council is considering a set of amendments to Ogden’s salary ordinance that would limit the ways the mayor and members of the council can receive pay raises.
FARMINGTON — The Davis County Health Department will stop offering COVID-19 vaccinations later this month at the Legacy Events Center, which has been the main vaccination center in the county.
OGDEN — An Ogden man pleaded guilty Wednesday to two felony charges arising from a May 30, 2020, drive-by shooting.
OGDEN — A woman who insulted a judge in a court hearing on charges of attacking police officers was told Thursday she must serve a full 30-day jail sentence for contempt of court.
OGDEN — Prosecutors dropped attempted murder and aggravated burglary charges Thursday in return for an Ogden woman's guilty plea to an assault charge from a May 21 ax attack.
OGDEN — Police arrested a Harrisville woman Wednesday night who is suspected in the June 4 shooting of an Ogden man. A second suspect remains on the loose.
WEST HAVEN — Whether to create a new police department has been an on-and-off topic of discussion in West Haven, which currently gets protection from the Weber County Sheriff’s Office.
HARRISVILLE — As the state and Weber County contend with the ongoing drought, calls to the public in some locales to start watching water consumption are spreading.
SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah congressional delegation on Wednesday requested a meeting with President Joe Biden before he makes his final decision on whether the boundaries of two sprawling national monuments in Utah should be restored.
With several significant wildfires blazing in Utah and no improvement in drought conditions expected, state officials have imposed new restrictions and cautions on fireworks, campfires, target shooting and agricultural burns.
OGDEN — After agreeing to revisit a failed petition to give an honorary name to 2nd Street last week, the Ogden City Council is developing a formal communications plan for what has become a complicated issue at city hall.
OGDEN — Members of the Ogden City Council say it’s time to get serious about the ongoing drought — and the body wants to contribute some significant funding to help deal with it.
OGDEN — A man who shot two Ogden women, one fatally, has agreed to plead guilty to a reduced charge of second-degree felony manslaughter, attorneys said in court Wednesday.
OGDEN — The Utah Supreme Court has lifted “red” COVID-19 restrictions on state court operations, meaning criminal trials will resume under the lesser “yellow” precautions.
PLEASANT VIEW — Pleasant View City has raised the money it needs to move forward with a large veterans monument to be built at city hall, and construction is set to start next week.
“I have a million dollars in the stock market because if I lose a million dollars, I don’t personally care.” — Suze Orman, quoted in the New York Times.
SALT LAKE CITY — Utah Gov. Spencer Cox urged residents and businesses to cut down on their water usage Tuesday to combat the worst drought the state has experienced in decades.
Eight mayoral races are shaping up around Weber County this cycle along with many more contests for numerous city council spots.
FARMINGTON — Davis County prosecutors on Monday filed eight criminal charges against a 40-year-old Bountiful woman accused of trying to take a police officer’s handgun away as he was arresting her after reportedly bizarre behavior at Station Park.
OGDEN — Randy Bambrough says his sister, the late fashion designer L’Wren Scott from Roy, would be happy to see some of her best works auctioned for arts education.
LAYTON — The first of what figures to be many Davis County cities is proposing a property tax increase to replace a longtime levy being dropped by the county.
SALT LAKE CITY — A committee created to consider a name change for a university in Utah voted Monday to choose a replacement that does not include Dixie — a regional term many consider offensive because of its association with the Deep South and slavery.
BRIGHAM CITY — Murder suspect Jonathan Mendoza Llana’s mental state has deteriorated, and further evaluations of his competency to stand trial are warranted, his lawyers say in a new court filing.
OGDEN — Additional numbers and data related to the proposed construction of a new branch library in Farr West are emerging, including a preliminary price tag north of $20 million.
With little fanfare, Amazon this Tuesday rolled out a feature called Sidewalk that the company announced back in 2019. Sidewalk creates and connects a network between Amazon’s smart home devices that can allow devices to “talk” to each other across fairly long distances. Sidewalk extends you…
SOUTH OGDEN — In his varied roles with the Weber County Attorney’s Office, Dee Smith put a focus on public safety.