WASHINGTON TERRACE — In just one week, the Mayo family said goodbye to their old home and hello to a brand new one, built in the same location.
OGDEN — Cleanup efforts at the old Swift complex are winding down with most of the waste found at the site accounted for and awaiting disposal.
RIVERDALE — A Weber County woman is stuck with $125,000 in deactivated gift cards that she bought from a Home Depot employee who embezzled them.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Trump administration took a key step Wednesday toward relaxing federal rules that govern the length of time truck drivers can spend behind the wheel, a move long sought by the trucking industry but opposed by safety advocates who warn it could lead to more highway crashes.
If you have an iPhone, you’re likely familiar with its biometric security. Up until the release of the iPhone X, Touch ID was an option, which uses a digital copy of your fingerprint to unlock the phone and make purchases instead of typing in a password. While Apple has replaced Touch ID wit…
OGDEN — The Ogden Bicycle Collective, which flourishes with a strong volunteer ethos, has a new director who hopes to put his bike industry experience to good use.
WASHINGTON TERRACE — The old storm-damaged red brick house will be destroyed for good this time.
LAYTON — Pete Kassel was ready to beat his heroin addiction, his mother says.
LOGAN (AP) — Agriculture can be as much a lifestyle as it is an occupation. Farmers often don’t retire — they just keep on working. That’s not always easy, though, as back problems, knee problems and any number of other disabilities can get in the way.
OGDEN — The idea behind Lee’s Mongolian BBQ is creativity, doing what you want, fashioning a food combo that fits your tastes.
OGDEN — In early 2020, EnableUtah plans to move into new digs in a redevelopment area near Ogden’s old stockyards, a relocation that will place the nonprofit much closer to the heart of this northern Utah city.
The latest big scale data breach involving Capital One credit card applicants is just the most recent in a string of financial institution breaches. But that doesn’t mean you should ignore it, nor should you panic. With a vigilant approach to your own online financial security, you can reduc…
Swan Lakes Golf Course in Layton announced Monday it will close for good Sept. 4. No specific reason was given for the course’s closure in a message emailed Monday afternoon.
OGDEN — For the fifth consecutive year, downtown Ogden showed off its pride.
ROY — In addition to getting a nicer facility to learn and teach in come fall 2020, students and teachers at Roy Junior High in Weber School District will be meeting in a safer, quieter, more energy-efficient building.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump intensified pressure Thursday on China to reach a trade deal by saying he will impose 10% tariffs Sept. 1 on the remaining $300 billion in Chinese imports he hasn’t already taxed. The move immediately sent stock prices sinking.
SALT LAKE CITY — Utah officials are warning people to be wary of spoofed scam calls from people claiming to be Rocky Mountain Power representatives.
FARMINGTON — Technology leaders in Northern Utah gathered to discuss technology policy Tuesday — ranging from personal privacy and data breaches to sources of federal funding for technology companies.
OGDEN — A utility-scale solar power generating plant is planned for wide-open western Weber County.
I am writing to you from my parents’ poolside deck in Northern California. The backyard faces an open golden hillside where deer, coyotes and the occasional skunk wander by. Over the years, this annual trip has included quite a bit of tech support: setting up a new computer, finding a monito…
NEW YORK (AP) — One of the country’s biggest credit card issuers, Capital One Financial, is the latest big business to be hit by a data breach, disclosing that roughly 100 million people had some personal information stolen by a hacker.
Feeling left out or overlooked at work causes more harm than being on the receiving end of abusive behavior, according to recent research conducted by Utah State associate professor of management and associate dean of academic affairs Merideth Thompson, in cooperation with researchers at Bay…
OGDEN — A milestone has been reached in a large-scale renovation of one of Ogden’s most historic and recognizable buildings, but officials say there’s still plenty of work yet to be finished.
Every day during the school year, teachers in Ogden High’s automotive program opened the auto shop garage door first thing in the morning, well before school started. And every morning, they’d see the same familiar face.
From robots delivering your room service meal to phone apps that can track your luggage and call for a taxi, technology has changed the way we travel. I remember watching my dad get ready for an overseas business trip, laying out plastic sleeves of paper printouts organized by subject: one f…
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah’s decision to award a smaller number of medical marijuana grower licenses than the amount allowed by law is being challenged by a rejected applicant claiming the state granted a license to unqualified cultivators and could create a cannabis shortage that forces pat…
OGDEN — After hearing from 39 speakers on plans to develop a concrete batching plant in the Eden area — the vast majority of them opposed — Weber County commissioners on Tuesday turned back the proposal.
OGDEN — He didn’t want to put words in anyone’s mouth, but Andy Blodgett said people who don’t live in Ogden usually don’t hold the city in very high regard.
OGDEN — Though a proposed gravel pit and concrete mix plant in the Eden area has sparked opposition from many, including the Ogden Valley Planning Commission, the debate isn’t over.
LAYTON — A dispute over management and conditions at a Layton mobile home park has turned into a simmering court battle, with management accusing park critics of defamation.
LOGAN, Utah (AP) — Homemade slime, pancakes and wands were just some of the goods for sale at a downtown Logan entrepreneur market where kids hone their business savvy.
OGDEN — “Hotel California” by the Eagles played on the radio as Martin McComb walked past the cluttered room on one of the upper floors of the old Swift building.
UINTAH — Tyson Lloyd left a well-paying corporate gig in America's capital to become a farmer on a small plot of land in Weber County's second smallest incorporated city.
OGDEN — City leaders had a pretty solid grasp of the problems and potential problems at the Swift building in west Ogden when they agreed in 2017 to buy it for $400,000.
SALT LAKE CITY — Jacob Kingston, a Utah biofuels entrepreneur with ties to a major polygamist organization, and three relatives have pleaded guilty to federal charges in a $511 million tax fraud scheme.
There’s a familiar phrase that says there’s only two things in life you can be certain of: death and taxes.
RIVERDALE — C is for Crumbl Cookies.
One of my first tech articles was “How to Cut Cable TV Without Regrets,” published eight years ago. A DIYer’s guide, the story provided a guide to the equipment you’d need, free internet streaming options and a nod to Netflix. At the time, cable customers could expect to save around $250 per…
LAYTON — Four people were arrested in Layton in connection with an armed robbery that took place Sunday.
When the Tax Cuts and Job Act became law in 2017, most of the attention following the law’s passage was focused on the tax cuts.
EDEN — A backcountry skiing operator affiliated with Eden-based Powder Mountain is now exploring expansion into heli-mountain biking and heli-fishing, giving outdoor enthusiasts more opportunity to explore northern Utah’s hidden corners.
PLEASANT VIEW — A controversial proposal to turn an undeveloped parcel of land in Pleasant View into a high-end housing development has been rebuffed by city leaders.
The popular accessory retail store Charming Charlie will be closings its stores after filing for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, USA Today reported, in part listing high leases as a reason.
Koby Pack, recent graduate of Weber High School, got interested in 3D printing when he was 14. This wasn’t a passing phase — he saved up $900 and bought an actual 3D printer.
You probably don’t give much thought to your USB drives. When you need to transfer a file from your computer to a drive, often, you grab the first one you see in a desk, the bottom of a bag you used at a conference or in the kitchen junk drawer. But these useful little devices can deliver bi…
Despite a booming tech sector, technology companies in Utah are struggling to fill many open positions in the field, but a collaborative of public and private organizations led by Weber State is working to fill the gap.
LAYTON — As members of a special Utah legislative task force tour the state to gather input on the notion of overhauling the state’s tax system, one thing’s for sure, says Rep. Francis Gibson, R-Mapleton.
The U.S. is currently in the longest expansion in the country's history. Simultaneously, the U.S. bond market yield curve has remained inverted for just more than three months.
There’s been a lot of talk about the vulnerability of smart TVs following Samsung’s call to consumers to run a factory-installed antivirus program every few weeks to reduce the risk of an infected TV. The company later pulled the tweet that started the smart TV risk debate, leading analysts …
OGDEN — Dogs could soon be getting a little more room to roam in Weber County.
SALT LAKE CITY — Chris Roybal, former senior advisor for economic development for Gov. Jon Huntsman, will lead the new regional economic development body created to spur growth in Weber and Davis counties.