OGDEN — A pair of new businesses want to move into the Ogden Business Exchange, but they first want the city to authorize building sizes that are much larger than what’s presently allowed there.
WEST HAVEN — The firm mulling a large housing development on an open field has scaled back plans, tempering the ire of some adjacent homeowners who worry the expansion will disrupt their neighborhood.
SALT LAKE CITY — Three mortuary personnel have been given suspended jail sentences for offenses including selling gold taken from bodies and cremating infants and fetuses with adults.
OGDEN — A rural intersection in western Weber County is potentially on track to become a commercial hub serving the growing area, to the chagrin of some worried the rural character of the zone is at risk.
Internal Facebook documents released by a U.K. parliamentary committee offer the clearest evidence yet that the social network has used its enormous trove of user data as a competitive weapon, often in ways designed to keep its users in the dark.
OGDEN — Officials from Weber and Davis counties have taken a firm step forward in creating an entity that would promote business growth in the two-county zone.
FARMINGTON — Contemporary with a historic nuance, there’s a new transit option for people looking to ferry around Farmington’s flourishing downtown shopping and business district.
Around 130 booths with a variety of clothes, jewelry and other holiday related gifts were on sale at the Simple Treasures Boutique on Thursday, Nov. 29, 2018, at the Golden Spike Event Center in Ogden. The boutique, which is in its 18th year, gives local businesses, artists and craftsmen an …
NEW YORK (AP) — Hackers stole information on as many as 500 million guests of the Marriott hotel empire over four years, obtaining credit card and passport numbers and other personal data, the company said Friday as it acknowledged one of the largest security breaches in history.
EDEN — The Nordic Valley ski resort would become a "destination resort" capable of comfortably handling 11,000 guests a day, 10 times more than it currently can, per a proposed expansion.
OGDEN — A new History Channel TV show is based right out of Ogden, called "Brothers in Arms."
SALT LAKE CITY — Prosecutors have lodged more charges against businessmen Jacob and Isaiah Kingston stemming from an alleged $1.1 billion scheme to defraud the federal government of renewable energy tax credits.
It’s taken a decade for broadcast networks and streaming services to finally meet in the middle, so now you can stream live content along with your movies and TV show offerings all without the expense of cable. There are many combinations of services to choose from, and your DIY package will…
NEW YORK (AP) — It would have been easy to turn on their computers at home over plates of leftover turkey and take advantage of the Black Friday deals most retailers now offer online.
WEST WENDOVER, Nev. (AP) — Legal recreational marijuana sales are on the way to final approval in West Wendover on the Utah line, where the city council already has agreed to a medical marijuana dispensary.
OGDEN — If you want to find holiday gifts and support local business, Historic 25th Street is full of options from music to books to handmade chocolates.
David’s Bridal is filing for bankruptcy protection but there is no danger for customers who have ordered dresses because operations continuing as normal while the wedding and prom retailer restructures.
OGDEN — Ogden City's redevelopment agency will purchase an existing business property near downtown to make way for a new development on the Ogden River.
OGDEN — Scammers, beware.
OGDEN — A large, third-party shipping and freight logistics company is moving an office to Ogden, bringing with it 90 new jobs.
While the United States fights with China on trade, Canada’s consul general would like Utahns to know that “Canada is open for business.”
Utah has long been known as the crossroads of the west, but leaders at the Utah Global Forum Thursday put forth the idea that Utah can be the crossroads of the world.
Amazon has already begun releasing its early Black Friday deals and its popular Echos are a big part of the offering. With smart home technology gaining traction, the Echos are an easy entry point because they’re easy to use and offered across a wide price range.
OGDEN — A historic apartment complex that last served as a space for low-income residents will soon be remodeled with the help of Ogden City.
OGDEN — As leaders from Weber and Davis counties push ahead with a joint initiative to spur growth, Weber State University has hired an economic development director, aiming also to bolster the northern Utah economy.
OGDEN — It didn’t take much arm-twisting to get Luis Piñeda to pull up his roots in Southern California and move to Utah.
If you haven’t taken a look at Instagram in a while, you may be surprised to see how it has matured from a photographer-centric sharing platform to a keep-up-with-friends-and-family app for people of all ages and professions. The Instagram app for iPhone and Android offers the best and easie…
OGDEN — A decaying old motel property immediately north of the Ogden River on Washington Boulevard is set to get a major overhaul.
WEST HAVEN — Cooper Bacon looked at the giant tow truck and talked about his work.
If you read no further than the beginning of this column, turn off automatic updates for Windows now. Here’s how: If you’re using Windows 7 or 8.1, click “Start,” “Control Panel” and then “System and Security.” Under “Windows Update,” click the “Turn automatic updating on or off” link. Click…
FARMINGTON — A wealthy California businessman wants to be released from the Davis County Jail to the custody of his private security guards, but federal prosecutors warn that the fraud suspect would flee to Turkey.
OGDEN — Weber County commissioners on Tuesday granted Kimberly-Clark a reduction of around $190,000 in the impact fees it would otherwise have to pay in connection with a planned $8.8 million expansion.
OGDEN — One of Ogden’s longest-standing and most recognizable businesses has closed its doors, but you haven’t exactly seen the last of it.
ROY — Trash customers in Roy face a bump in fees if they want Waste Management, the city's trash hauler, to keep picking up their recyclables, reflecting the tighter market for aluminum, cardboard and other such items.
The days of running out to buy a new iPhone with each September launch may be over for many people. Phones have always been a big investment, so it’s not so much about the money. It’s more about what I call the “good enough” mindset. It goes something like this: My phone does everything I ne…
OGDEN — Officials inside Ogden City’s Redevelopment Agency say successfully recruiting a grocery store to open shop downtown is a priority for them.
SOUTH OGDEN — Craving a cinnamon sugar doughnut with chocolate chips, sprinkles, and hot fudge on top? No problem.
No one is immune from email scams, but if you can recognize the hallmarks of malicious email, you can avoid becoming a victim. Do you know what to look for?
OGDEN — The old Millstream Motel is gone for good and Ogden City officials say the buildings that remain on the former structure's nearly 5-acre plot will soon follow suit.
OGDEN — Eating Mexican food, Javier Chavez Jr. found it difficult to find a beer that paired well with the spices of the cuisine.
OGDEN — It will take about another month to finish the demolition of the old Hostess factory downtown, but Ogden City officials say a potential buyer is already eyeing a piece of the plant that will be salvaged.
SALT LAKE CITY — Two Utah businessmen worked to bribe officials, intimidate witnesses and destroy evidence, prosecutors said in asking a judge to keep the pair in jail pending trial for allegedly defrauding the government of $511 million.
The owners of a Utah biofuels company fraudulently obtained $511 million in renewable energy tax credits, a federal grand jury indictment says.
OGDEN — Kimberly-Clark seeks a reduction in the Weber County government fees it’ll face as part of a planned $8.8 million expansion at its facility just north of Ogden.
Rooftop solar seems to have lost some of its shine in Utah, but industry and clean air advocates say the alternative energy source still has a bright future.
“Airbnb, is that even a word?” That was my reaction the first time I heard it. Right now, even as I write this, my spellcheck does not recognize it as a real word. Yet, it is. In fact, the word has existed since 2007 when a couple of 27-year-old entrepreneurs living in San Francisco, struggl…
NORTH OGDEN — The proposal to expand the Nordic Valley ski resort in the Eden area and add a 4.3-mile mountain-crossing gondola connecting the facility with North Ogden is generating a lot of heat and questions.
The following is a short list of items you can lease with the option to buy: A car (obvious); a dog (yes, a few organizations out there will allow you to take a dog out for a test drive for a couple of days and see if it works for you); a casket (I’m not sure who makes the final decision on …
Where your money goes, hackers are sure to follow — and that means from your computer to your phone. With the rise of mobile banking, shopping and other activities involving financial transactions, cybercriminals are ramping up their efforts to invade mobile devices. And their methods are ra…
You can’t squeeze blood out of a turnip, although Moses did. In the book of Exodus, from the Holy Bible, the ancient prophet Moses struck a stone and water came out for the people to drink. Of course, he had a pretty good in with the Man Upstairs, which is a definite benefit when trying to a…
When your internet connection comes and goes, it can be an extremely frustrating experience. Just when you hit send on an email that’s taken an hour to compose, you see the message “unable to send, no internet connection.” Intermittent internet is a common problem, and what to do about it de…