OGDEN — The Ogden School District has joined the Davis School District as one of two school districts in the state to receive systemwide accreditation.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Despite concerns that the pandemic would drive many teachers away and exacerbate a longstanding teacher shortage in the state, more Utah teachers stayed in their jobs this year than they have over the last five years, according to data from the Utah State Board of Education.
Parents of children who have been turned away from local schools for not wearing a mask are not seeking legal action against their school districts — at least not yet.
Weber Human Services is looking for people who can help Northern Utah nonprofits.
OGDEN — The case of a man charged with strangling his ex-girlfriend and disposing of her body in Ogden Canyon may be headed to a plea bargain.
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — Last week, the military announced it would begin taking immediate action to combat extremism in its ranks, and officials from Hill Air Force Base say the Northern Utah installation is following suit.
OGDEN — Though power rates for those who opt into a proposed renewable energy program could rise if Ogden takes part, individual power customers could still opt out, avoiding any hike resulting from the city’s participation.
The actions of two sheriff’s deputies have been ruled justified in the Oct. 23, 2020, fatal shooting of a Huntsville man who charged toward one of the lawmen with a handgun.
OGDEN — The summer entertainment calendar is starting to fill out — the dates have been set for Ogden Twilight, the traditional summer concert series held at the Ogden Amphitheater.
SALT LAKE CITY — Utah's Republican governor said Thursday he was concerned that the U.S. decision to recommend a “pause” in use of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine could make it more difficult to reach rural and minority communities.
A Roy man allegedly shot another man in an argument Saturday night, drove his body to Ogden and left it in the victim’s car in an obscure parking lot, the victim not to be discovered for three days, police said.
SOUTH OGDEN — After a year-and-a-half of waiting, South Ogden kids and adults have a new place to play.
OGDEN — While Utah lingers near the bottom for COVID-19 vaccination rates in the U.S., Ogden City is incentivizing its employees to roll up their sleeves and get their shots.
Tina Cannon, the Morgan County woman who unsuccessfully vied last year for the 1st District U.S. House seat, is running for chairperson of the Utah Republican Party.
Utah Parents United, a group started by Davis County parents, hosted a press conference inside of the Historic Provo Courthouse on Thursday, using the opportunity to speak out about children returning to school without masks and school districts allowing parents to write mask exemption notes.
OGDEN — A man pleaded guilty Thursday to his role in an Ogden drive-by shooting Sept. 11, 2020.
An industry group has come to the defense of Ridley’s Family Markets, which is accused in a federal civil enforcement action of filling hundreds of opioid prescriptions under “bright red flag” circumstances at its Morgan pharmacy.
LOGAN — Students and school district officials in Utah are outraged after a high school student ripped down a pride flag to the cheers of other students during “diversity week.”
HUNTSVILLE — The Abbey of Our Lady of the Holy Trinity has been closed for more than three and a half years now, but a local group is working to ensure the land the old Huntsville monastery operated on for seven decades will be protected forever.
MARRIOTT-SLATERVILLE — Amazon will occupy the new warehouse taking shape in Marriott-Slaterville, using it as a last-mile delivery center for Weber County residents receiving goods via the online retailer.
LOGAN — Students at Utah State University illuminated the base of the campus' iconic Old Main building in Logan with rainbow lights on Tuesday in support of LGBTQ students at Brigham Young University in Provo.
WEST HAVEN — “Just burn in the fire,” a woman allegedly yelled at her boyfriend Wednesday as flames begin to engulf the recreational vehicle where they lived, a sheriff’s arrest affidavit said.
WASHINGTON TERRACE — At a meeting Wednesday night, school board members approved administrative changes within the Weber School District for the 2021-22 school year.
Thursday is Provo resident Ken Potts' 100th birthday. Being 100 is quite a milestone for anyone, but for Potts it’s a miracle.
WEST HAVEN — Arson is suspected in a fire Wednesday that destroyed a travel trailer and a detached garage, the Weber Fire District said.
WOODS CROSS — Every Wednesday afternoon, after classes are over, more than 100 elementary school students from Utah Connections Academy plug in their PlayStations, power on their Xboxes and open up their laptops to begin building in Minecraft.
An independent redistricting commission that will study whether Utah should adjust its political boundaries kicked off its first meeting on Tuesday evening, but it didn’t do so without more than a few hiccups.
NORTH OGDEN — North Ogden leaders love their police department and plan to keep it.
OGDEN — Ogden City is zeroing in on the purchase of a property that’s been deemed important for the redevelopment of a high-profile city block in the east-central neighborhood.
RIVERDALE — The Riverdale Planning Commission is recommending against a controversial rezone proposal of a mobile home property that had generated strong backlash from some of the tenants there.
CLINTON — Prosecutors filed seven criminal charges Tuesday against an Ogden man who allegedly tried to run down several people at a soccer field where children were playing.
SYRACUSE — A man allegedly helped his girlfriend escape from a store with bags of stolen goods by shooting an employee with a Taser, charging documents say.
OGDEN — After five months in the state-of-the-art energy-efficient home in central Ogden built as part of a Weber State University project, Mark and Melissa Haslam give the dwelling high marks.
OGDEN — As Ogden City continues to push ahead with significant redevelopment activity in West Ogden, the administration is seeking City Council approval to spend another $1.3 million for continued cleanup work at the Swift Building site there.
MARRIOTT-SLATERVILLE — A large new distribution center expected to employ up to 500 and generate considerable in-and-out delivery van traffic is taking shape near the Interstate 15 interchange at 400 North.
Everywhere I turn, I see scams: incoming calls on my cellphone, text messages and emails. Is it just me or are these internet ploys, particularly on my phone, becoming more frequent? Tracking down a culprit was easy. Just last week, Facebook announced that over 500 million user data sets wer…
“In this tumultuous, wobbly, pandemic-ridden world, you may feel a little lost and uncertain. And you aren’t alone. But taking charge of some key areas of your life can help lessen the stress.” — Lyle Boss
OGDEN — Jackson Trotter, a senior at Ogden High School, came home from school on Tuesday and immediately hopped on a Zoom call with Gov. Spencer Cox and seven other students throughout the state.
SALT LAKE CITY — A report made public by the White House on Monday said Utah leads the country in infrastructure with a C-plus letter grade, revealing the broad need for upgrades across the U.S.
OGDEN — A special groundbreaking ceremony for the long-awaited bus rapid transit system was held Tuesday — a culmination of sorts — which local leaders said was inspired by an atmosphere of collaboration and persistence.
Eventually, there may be no more digging a laminated ID card out of your purse or wallet, if planners of Utah’s mobile driver license are on the right track.
On Tuesday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention along with the Federal Drug Administration announced a recommended pause on the administration of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine following six reported cases of a rare and severe blood clot in individuals who received it.
LAYTON — Isaac Cain Valdez ultimately admitted to taking part in a fatal drug robbery, but in a plea bargain he has been freed of murder and obstruction of justice charges.
OGDEN — A new report from the Ogden Civic Action Network says tens of thousands of Weber County residents don’t have consistent access to quality food — and the COVID-19 pandemic has made the situation worse.
CLEARFIELD — By the Utah State Board of Education’s count, there are more than 1,000 students who are homeless in the Davis School District, and more than 50 of those students attend Clearfield High School.
SOUTH SALT LAKE — In launching her own business in 2019, Jen Silver found there were few resources to help her address some of the questions that emerged.
A handful of Democratic Utah lawmakers are criticizing U.S. Rep. Burgess Owens, R-Utah, over comments about immigration the congressman made, comments that one lawmaker called “misleading” and “dangerous.”
SALT LAKE CITY — A sheriff's deputy who lost his eye in a shootout outside the Salt Lake City area's jail has been released from the hospital, officials said Monday.
OGDEN — Weber County officials won’t enact any sort of countywide mask mandate in the wake of the more relaxed statewide rules on use of face coverings that went into effect on Saturday.
SALT LAKE CITY — A clothing store in Salt Lake City was forced to close for a day after employees said a man refused to wear a mask then threatened to shoot everyone in the store.