SALT LAKE CITY — Utah Gov. Spencer Cox outlined his priorities, including expanding funding for public education and infrastructure, during his first State of the State address Thursday evening.
OGDEN — Just as efforts started accelerating to vaccinate the elderly in Weber and Morgan counties against the COVID-19 virus, the online system to schedule vaccination appointments crashed.
As the international death toll rises because of the COVID-19 pandemic, and borders continue to be closed to travel, it is not surprising annual activities are again being canceled, postponed or pushed to remote programming in 2021.
OGDEN — After a 10-month hiatus, Ogden’s recycling program has been reinstated.
OGDEN — Within the next year, Utahns will have a new license plate option, a design meant to honor the life and work of one of the most iconic social activists in American history.
OGDEN — Weber County sheriff’s deputies have arrested a Kearns man wanted in a series of construction fraud cases along the Wasatch Front.
OGDEN — The Chamber Orchestra Ogden’s Red Dress Concert returns on Saturday, with separate segments featuring brass, woodwind and string instruments.
ST. GEORGE, Utah — For the first time since the city of St. George was founded in 1861, a woman will serve as mayor.
SALT LAKE CITY — In a continuation of the Utah State Legislature’s efforts to push schools to provide in-person learning during the COVID-19 pandemic, a quickly progressing bill would allow parents to move their students out of a remote-learning class and into a different school — taking sta…
A bill that would create licensing exemptions for certain cosmetologists in Utah passed through the Senate Business and Labor Committee on Wednesday afternoon.
OGDEN — Ten months later, more details of damage caused by the earthquake that shook Utah last year are trickling out.
OGDEN — Reed Spencer showed up at the Dee Events Center on Wednesday, dreaming of a time when he can move beyond all the restrictions and guidelines aimed at curbing the spread of COVID-19.
Utah officials on both sides of the political aisle congratulated President Joe Biden on Wednesday as he was sworn in as the 46th president of the United States.
CLEARFIELD — A Clearfield man already awaiting trial for allegedly smearing feces on a police officer has been arrested again, this time in the beating and choking of his girlfriend.
OGDEN — Though an actual northward extension of FrontRunner and an ensuing transit station at Business Depot Ogden is likely still years in the offing, Ogden City now has the puzzle piece that will allow it to happen.
FARMINGTON — Joshua Schoenenberger is pursuing an appeal to the Utah Court of Appeals of his conviction in the 2015 murder of a 2-year-old boy who suffered extensive blunt-force injuries.
WASHINGTON — Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th president of the United States on Wednesday, declaring that “democracy has prevailed” and summoning American resilience and unity to confront the deeply divided nation’s historic confluence of crises.
SALT LAKE CITY — President Joe Biden said Wednesday he plans to review the Trump administration’s downsizing of two sprawling national monuments in the American Southwest, including one on lands considered sacred to Native Americans who joined environmental groups in suing when the boundarie…
OGDEN — The Weber-Morgan Health Department has already vaccinated more than 5,000 people for the COVID-19 virus and more mass distribution clinics are on the way.
KAYSVILLE — The Davis School District will begin to expand its career and technical education offerings in 2022 with the opening of a magnet school in west Kaysville.
OGDEN — A midday shooting near a busy Ogden intersection Tuesday resulted in the arrest of a 55-year-old Ogden man and a minor injury to the victim, police said.
FARMINGTON — By the time winter break came, the Davis School District was placing over 1,000 students a week on quarantine after being exposed to COVID-19.
WEST POINT — UTOPIA Fiber had a banner year in 2020, and a chunk of the firm’s growth came thanks to new projects in Davis County, including West Point and Clearfield.
“Finding the right financial plan can be very confusing.” — Lyle Boss
OGDEN — Weber County will foot the $138,545 bill for improvements to one of the many privately owned bridges connecting the scattered residential developments of the Ogden Canyon to State Route 39.
The Utah State Legislature convened at the Utah State Capitol on Tuesday to kick off the 2021 general session, a 45-day stretch where lawmakers will attempt to tackle everything from public education funding increases to an $80 million tax cut for Utah families.
SALT LAKE CITY — Utah lawmakers bid farewell to LaWanna “Lou” Shurtliff, the late Utah House member from Ogden, unanimously approving a resolution Tuesday honoring her service to the state and the people of Utah.
President Russell M. Nelson, president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and other senior church leaders took time Tuesday morning to get their COVID-19 vaccinations.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints urged its members to get a COVID-19 vaccine when it's their turn, while announcing Tuesday that eight top leaders and most of their wives received their first doses.
FARMINGTON — In terms of the sheer magnitude of work that will be taking place, Northern Utah’s 2021 road construction season will be unlike any other.
LAYTON — Layton City and the Utah Department of Transportation have solidified an agreement that will bring some much-needed parking space to the city’s east bench.
One of the wonderful things about Utahns that I discovered when I moved here from California, is their love for music.
OGDEN — More than 50 years after his assassination, the message sounded by Martin Luther King Jr., the late civil rights leader, holds true, says Schqueta Morning.
SALT LAKE CITY — In one of their first orders of business, Utah lawmakers on Tuesday are planning to honor LaWanna “Lou” Shurtliff, the Utah House member from Ogden who died late last month.
OGDEN — While preliminary utility construction on Ogden’s Bus Rapid Transit project already has begun, local transit officials say a new agreement with the federal government will allow mainline construction to begin in March.
OGDEN — The COVID-19 pandemic made for a historically barren year for transit ridership in Utah.
OGDEN — On Tuesday, with just over two days to prepare, the District 10 seat in the Utah House of Representatives will be occupied by a new face — Rosemary Lesser.
Weber Human Services is looking for people who can help Northern Utah nonprofits.
SUNSET — “What’s his name?” an ebullient group of fifth grade students at Fremont Elementary School asked their principal, Adell Arvidson, during their recess break.
OGDEN — A Pleasant View man has been sent to trial after pleading not guilty in the shooting of an Ogden man and his father at a park in September.
SALT LAKE CITY — Look for tax cuts of up to $80 million, police reform, efforts to help kids impacted by a chaotic, COVID-19-marred school year and more from Utah lawmakers this year.
OGDEN — As with everything, COVID-19 has thrown a twist in Martin Luther King Jr. Day activities set for Monday.
The Utah Women and Leadership Project recently shared the results of a survey of Utah women who were either currently or formerly elected officials. Our goal was to better understand the factors that influence women who run so that we can find ways to encourage and facilitate more political …
Mr. Jones (names have been changed to protect the questionably innocent) contacted me a few months ago to talk about selling. We listed the Jones home on a Friday. I had advised him to prepare to be away from the home for showings for at least two entire days since it would, likely, be shown…
SALT LAKE CITY — Utah health officials confirmed the state’s first case of the COVID-19 variant that’s been seen in the United Kingdom on Friday.
SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah National Guard is sending approximately 350 troops to the nation’s capital ahead of next week’s presidential inauguration.
OGDEN — As the abbreviated, weeklong campaign period for those vying for the vacant District 10 Utah House spot winds down, some who will be making the pick say involvement with the Democratic Party figures big in who they back.
OGDEN — Ogden's Diversity Commission wants the city to rethink how it names — or renames — municipal property.
The elderly are next in line to get COVID-19 vaccinations, starting next week in Weber, Morgan and Davis counties.
OGDEN — Prosecutors filed five felony charges Thursday against a Morgan County woman as new details emerged about a shooting in Ogden this week.
OGDEN — Thanks to a local nonprofit organization, a single mom working at the Weber County Sheriff’s Office now has reliable transportation.