WASHINGTON (AP) — Freed American pastor Andrew Brunson fell to one knee in the Oval Office and placed his hand on President Donald Trump's shoulder in prayer before asking God to provide Trump "supernatural wisdom to accomplish all the plans you have for this country and for him."
Prosecutors and civil liberties groups are calling for more treatment for mentally ill criminal arrestees, with the goal of helping more defendants to recover and avoid lengthy incarceration.
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OGDEN — If elected, Steve Waldrip, the Republican hopeful for the District 8 seat in the Utah House, says his GOP affiliation would serve constituents well.
TREMONTON — What did you do to start your Saturday morning?
PARADISE — Tucked up into the south bend of the Cache Valley, a small apple orchard sits along Highway 165. If you’re not looking for it, you might just drive on past the colorful wooden sign at the orchard’s front gate.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Mitt Romney took up the question of water shortage this week in Utah, one of the driest states in the country, during a debate as he runs for a U.S. Senate seat in his adopted home state against Democrat Jenny Wilson. But federal water managers say he oversimplified a c…
OGDEN — A Washington Terrace man was given probation after admitting in August to possessing child porn.
SALT LAKE CITY — A former Washington Terrace man convicted of attempted murder had his appeal rejected by a state court Oct. 4.
LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — When two roofing workers beat a young gay man to death in Wyoming in 1998, the gruesome crime quickly reverberated around the U.S. and turned the sandy-haired college student into a powerful symbol of the quest for acceptance and equal rights.
NEW YORK (AP) — Facebook says hackers accessed a wide swath of information — ranging from emails and phone numbers to more personal details like sites visited and places checked into — from millions of accounts as part of a security breach the company disclosed two weeks ago.
FARMINGTON — A Layton resident accused of beating a 2-year-old to death in May 2015 has been given his verdict.
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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A Utah civil rights advocacy group is worried that not all elections officials are prepared for an upcoming new provision.
FARMINGTON — Three expert witnesses condemned the medical treatment given Heather Miller, who fell from a Davis County Jail bunk and bled to death internally, court documents show.
OGDEN — A federal judge Thursday rejected a claim that Ogden officers used excessive force in wrestling an agitated man to the floor of the police station, breaking his leg.
WILLARD — The severe shock that critically injured a tow truck operator in 2014 ignited a controversy that continues today: Are Willard Bay State Park visitors at risk from electricity arcing from overhead high-voltage power transmission lines?
WEST HAVEN — Cooper Bacon looked at the giant tow truck and talked about his work.
FARMINGTON — A Layton man is being accused of sexually abusing a girl multiple times over the course of 10 years, according to police.
The 66th Iron Horse Game, the Ogden City football rivalry between Ben Lomond High School and Ogden High School, was played Thursday, Oct. 11, 2018, at Weber State University in Ogden.
OGDEN — A 30-year-old Roy man was sent to prison Thursday after admitting earlier this year to molesting a 7-year-old boy multiple times.
PANAMA CITY, Fla. (AP) — The devastation inflicted by Hurricane Michael came into focus Thursday with rows upon rows of homes found smashed to pieces, and rescue crews struggling to make their way into the stricken areas in hopes of accounting for hundreds of people who may have stayed behind.
ROY — Need some new books to curl up with on these cold fall days? The Weber County Library book sale is one way you can get them for cheap.
OGDEN — A second lawsuit has been filed against the Ogden School District regarding a former teacher convicted of sexually abusing two students.
OGDEN – Several Ogden School Board of Education candidates are in support of an $87 million bond initiative on the ballot in November.
NORTH SALT LAKE, Utah (AP) — A collision between a Utah Transit Authority train and a minivan disrupted passenger train service at a crossing in the Salt Lake City area Thursday morning.
RIVERDALE — A few years back, if you brought up the notion of legalizing marijuana for medical use at the Capitol in Salt Lake City, you’d likely end up talking to yourself.
OGDEN — With Ogden’s Nine Rails Creative District starting to take shape, a new advisory committee of sorts has formed to help guide it.
OGDEN — Two Ogden men charged in connection with a shooting earlier this year were present in court Wednesday for their preliminary hearing.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Some woman candidates for public office, who are members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, are worried that a recommended social media break could hurt their campaigns.
OGDEN — Police in Ogden are investigating a drive-by shooting that injured a man on Wednesday.
PANAMA CITY, Florida (AP) — The Latest on Hurricane Michael (all times Eastern):
OGDEN — Mexican food isn’t just about tacos, burritos, beans and rice.
PLEASANT VIEW — Numerous police and fire agencies responded to a Pleasant View charter school Wednesday afternoon after a threat of a school shooting was placed to 911 dispatchers.
ROY – Weber School Board candidates introduced themselves to the community on Tuesday at an event hosted by the League of Women Voters. Only candidates in contested districts participated.
OGDEN — An Ogden man will spend at least the next few years in prison after pleading guilty to amended charges connected to a fatal shooting in 2017.
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NORTH OGDEN — North Ogden Police Department veteran Dirk Quinney has been tabbed to take over leadership of the department.
LAYTON — An Ogden teen is among the three people now charged with murder after a shooting in Layton killed a 26-year-old man.
WASHINGTON (AP) — In the latest shake-up for President Donald Trump’s turbulent administration, U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley abruptly announced Tuesday she is resigning at the end of the year, raising fresh questions about the Trump team and about the outspoken diplomat’s own political ambitions.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A state audit report gives good grades to Utah's decade-old mandate that high school graduates satisfy a financial literacy requirement but suggests there's room for improvement of the program's effectiveness and oversight.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A former official for an inter-local government cooperative has been charged with misuse of public money almost two years after the state auditor accused her of embezzlement.
CENTERVILLE — A Centerville police officer has died from injuries he sustained in a motorcycle crash in September.
HOOPER — A years-long battle against an invasive grass has improved hundreds of acres of wetland habitat near the Great Salt Lake, even as lake levels decline.
CLEARFIELD — A Grantsville man who stopped traffic on Interstate 15 Monday evening is said to be a parole fugitive out of Tooele County and interacted with police before walking onto the interstate with a gun, according to charging documents.
HUNTSVILLE — The transportation department’s five-month, $11.5 million reconstruction of Trappers Loop is now finished.
ROY — The candidates in Nov. 6 elections for the Weber and Ogden school boards will be meeting in separate candidate forums, giving parents and other voters a chance to hear and meet them.
CLEARFIELD — A certified nursing assistant has been arrested on allegations of physically abusing two elderly residents at a Clearfield assisted living center.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Preventing an extra single degree of heat could make a life-or-death difference in the next few decades for multitudes of people and ecosystems on this fast-warming planet, an international panel of scientists reported Sunday. But they provide little hope the world will ris…