SALT LAKE CITY — A federal judge has allowed the Davis School District to be dropped as a defendant in a lawsuit alleging the school district failed to prevent former Davis High teacher Brianne Altice from sexually abusing students.
ST. GEORGE (AP) — It’s a Wednesday afternoon in St. George, and some area high school students are gathering to practice their piloting skills.
OGDEN — The First Baptist Church’s century-old front steps had crumbled so badly by last year that attendees quit using them because of the danger.
OGDEN — The Ogden City Council continues to discuss a potential path forward with House Bill 411, the ambitious clean-energy program adopted by the Utah Legislature during 2019’s General Session.
OGDEN — A recently unsealed search warrant provided additional details regarding an Ogden homicide that took place in February.
OGDEN — Weber State President Brad Mortensen is encouraging alumni and students to share their stories of success.
Henrietta Lacks was only about 30 when a doctor at Johns Hopkins shared some of her cells, taken from a cervical cancer biopsy in 1951, with a colleague who was a researcher.
SALT LAKE CITY — Utah Sen. Mitt Romney said Friday his support for allowing college athletes to profit from their name and image isn’t driven by a desire to help a star quarterback score endorsement deals, but to help poor athletes get extra money to help their families.
WASHINGTON — Former U.S. Ukraine Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch provided chilling detail Friday in Trump impeachment hearings of being suddenly ousted from her post and feeling threatened upon learning President Donald Trump had denounced her in a phone call to Ukraine’s president. In that cal…
OGDEN — An Ogden man is in jail after he allegedly backed his vehicle into police officers and narrowly missed hitting a police car.
OGDEN — The 2020 Ogden Marathon won't happen for another six months, but if you think you might want to run in the 20th annual signature outdoor event of Weber County, you can sign up for it now.
NEW YORK — A high-ranking leader with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints said Friday the church severed its century-long tie with the Boy Scouts of America because the organization made changes that pushed it away from the church.
SALT LAKE CITY — An Arizona elected official charged with running an adoption-fraud scheme involving women from the Marshall Islands ran a legal practice and “made happy families,” his attorney said Friday.
OGDEN — Thomas Witbeck, a senior at Weber State who’ll graduate in 2020, is already a top contender in his field.
SALT LAKE CITY — Weber County still leads the state and the state’s most populated counties in intergenerational poverty, the latest figures compiled by the Utah Department of Workforce Services show.
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — In January, the Department of Defense is implementing a major expansion to a program that allows veterans to use commissaries, recreational facilities and other benefits at federal military installations.
OGDEN — After more than two years of work, a decades-old eyesore that sits in the heart of Ogden’s creative district and immediately behind one of the city’s most famous landmarks, is coming down.
SALT LAKE CITY — A Kaysville man accused of fraud and taking roughly $1.5 million from fellow church members has pleaded guilty in federal court.
SALT LAKE CITY — Former U.S. ambassador to Russia Jon Huntsman Jr. announced Thursday that he will try to reclaim his old job as Utah governor.
OGDEN — A restoration project on the Weber River near Ogden City’s Trackline Economic Development project has been funded.
FARMINGTON — Davis County has proposed a bond issuance of up to $9.5 million to pay for a new medical wing at the jail to deal with growing numbers of inmates suffering from drug addictions or mental health problems.
OGDEN — As a conservative and a New York Times columnist, David Brooks appeals to a broad audience, even during this polarized time.
Students from the Advanced Learning Academy (ALA) program at Taylor Canyon Elementary School perform holiday songs and visit veterans on Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2019, at the George E. Wahlen Veterans Home.
OGDEN — Veterans at George E. Wahlen Veterans Home got some special visitors Tuesday.
OGDEN — The Ogden City Council has approved funding for $6.5 million reconstruction of 20th Street, as it runs through the east-central of the city.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Wednesday’s start of public impeachment hearings in Congress marked the first time that the American public could watch and listen to the witnesses whose testimony is at the core of the Democrats’ investigation.
The number of women serving on Utah state boards and commissions has increased by 4.6% since 2016, a new study from Utah Valley University’s Utah Women and Leadership Project has found.
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — A government watchdog is urging Congress to demand more accountability from the Department of Defense’s F-35 program.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A former San Juan County commissioner has sued a federal land agency after he spent 10 days in jail for trespassing during an illegal all-terrain vehicle protest ride in a closed southern Utah canyon five years ago.
EDEN — A key road through Eden will be the focus of a study to pinpoint possible measures to address concerns about speeding at two curves in the area.
PLEASANT VIEW — Capstone Classical Academy, a charter school in its second year of operation, has just under a month to prepare for a public hearing, where school leadership will make the case that the school should remain open.
Joe Francis and Jeff Richards of Grant Mackay Demolition Company take down the homes above the Riverdale landslide on Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2019.
RIVERDALE — Three of the four homes threatened by the Riverdale landslide are being demolished, with much of the work already complete.
FARMINGTON — An Ogden man charged with aggravated murder pleaded not guilty to all charges during an arraignment hearing Tuesday in a Davis County courtroom.
Thanksgiving arrives late this year, but retailers have already released some of their Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals. It’s not just the lure of seasonal low prices that entice people to buy. Retailers have a full tricky bag of techniques to increase the odds you will actually buy a pro…
In last week’s general election rejection of Weber County’s Proposition 3 (the question of studying alternative forms of county government), there were two implicit messages. One was the voters’ sound approval of the compatibility and teamwork of the three current county commissioners. The s…
CLEARFIELD — Amid persistent and growing concerns about the potential dangers of electronic cigarettes, Davis County officials want state leaders to implement stricter measures governing their use.
WASHINGTON — The public impeachment inquiry hearings this week usher in a rare and momentous occasion in American history as Congress debates whether to remove a president from office.
OGDEN — A former group home worker accused of violently abusing a patient has been deemed ineligible for mental health court and the criminal prosecution against him will proceed.
BLUFFDALE — A Clearfield woman was killed Saturday morning after she got out of a car and was hit by a dump truck on Interstate 15 near Bluffdale.
OGDEN — An Ogden man is in jail after he was accused of stabbing two people during a fight Monday afternoon at a downtown bar on Historic 25th Street.
WEBER COUNTY — Two people were injured and a dog died after a structure fire was reported in Marriott-Slaterville on Tuesday morning.
FARMINGTON — When Lynette Checketts attended a Davis School District symposium on social emotional learning over the summer, she asked herself what she could do to support the effort.
Davis County Commissioner Bob Stevenson has joined the ever-growing field of hopefuls for the 1st District U.S. House seat.
LAYTON — The Utah Department of Transportation is gearing up for a $470 million reconstruction of U.S. 89, hoping to get the ever-changing project started in the next year-and-a-half.
DAVIS COUNTY — Those who want to meet their representatives on the Davis School District Board of Education will soon have that chance.
Darral Allen receives recognition from Avamere at Mountain Ridge executive director Johnny DelVecchio for being the oldest veteran at the senior living community on Veterans Day, Monday, Nov. 11, 2019. Allen is 100 years old.
OGDEN — Two people were stabbed during a fight at a bar on Historic 25th Street.
SALT LAKE CITY — A federal trial over illegally modified trucks ground to a stop in a flurry of disputed subpoenas and a contempt of court citation against a star of the “Diesel Brothers” reality TV show.