PLAIN CITY — A hoax call about a man with a gun caused Fremont High School to go on lockout earlier Thursday. Police say the call was placed in the effort to evade law enforcement.
LOGAN — During the installation of a new emergency alert system Wednesday at Utah State University, a code blue message warning of an armed aggressor on campus was mistakenly sent to students, faculty and staff who had signed up for alerts.
OGDEN — Monday marked one week since 18-year-old Kamron Johnson was shot and killed in his family’s Ogden home — the victim of an attack that also seriously injured his older brother, who is still recovering.
“First tip: don’t let your kids color your teaching certificate,” said Larry Hadley, human resources director at Weber School District. He was giving a presentation on landing a teaching job to junior high and high school students who want to be teachers.
Cheering and swaying, hundreds of students clapped to the beat as singers with the Multicultural Student Services Gospel Choir filled the room with echoing music.
In May, construction will begin on the Davis Computer and Automotive Engineering building, a new addition to the Weber State Davis campus in Layton. The building will be complete by May 2020 and will house automotive, computer and software engineering courses.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Some students around the country marked the anniversary of the school massacre in Parkland, Florida, with moments of silence Thursday or somber vigils while others sought to find threads of positivity in the fabric of tragedy.
OGDEN — The Ogden School District Board of Education may consider a resolution this month to close an elementary school at the end of the 2018-19 school year.
WASHINGTON (AP) — At some of the nation's largest universities, the vast majority of sexual assaults take place not in dorm rooms or anywhere else on school property but in the neighborhoods beyond campus boundaries, according to data obtained by The Associated Press.
PLAIN CITY — Tony Trujillo ran out to the middle of the basketball court, put his hand next to his ear and pointed at the Fremont High students.
Adulting is hard work. It requires attention, patience, will, determination, willingness and commitment – among other things. Just taking care of the day-to-day living of work, school, family, and responsibilities such as food preparation and bill-paying can exhaust you even before you wake …
Ogden – The U.S. Department of Labor announced Wednesday that it awarded a grant of $1.1 million to the YouthBuild program at Ogden-Weber Technical College, the only YouthBuild program in Utah of 260 programs across the U.S.
OGDEN — The original Black Klansman is coming to speak at Weber State University.
OGDEN — Ogden High School Principal Luke Rasmussen was named one of the 2019 Utah Secondary Principals of the Year.
Whether a young college student or someone seeking a mid-career change, earning a degree in engineering and computer science still offers the best bang for your buck. On average, overwhelmingly, engineering offers the best opportunities for employment with higher wages and higher lifetime ea…
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The Gila monster, a venomous and slow-moving lizard native to the Southwestern United States, could be joining the Rocky Mountain elk, the California gull, the Bonneville cutthroat trout and the Dutch oven as an official symbol of the state of Utah — if some seventh-gra…
A ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Clearfield Cares Falcon Food Pantry was held on Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019, at Clearfield High School.
CLEARFIELD — Clearfield High School hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday afternoon and an open house for its new food pantry, which will serve students in need and their families as well as the broader Clearfield community.
WASHINGTON TERRACE — As the government shutdown continues, some families living around Roosevelt Elementary in Washington Terrace, reliant on paychecks from now-shuttered federal agencies, are feeling the pinch.
This should be a good month for planetary science.
OGDEN — He won the Pulitzer Prize and is credited with helping increase the focus on the #MeToo movement.
LAYTON — On Tuesday, 154 parents and secondary students in Weber and Davis districts gathered at the Weber State University Davis Campus to enjoy a meal, watch student cultural performances and learn how to get ready for college.
OGDEN — Pulitzer Prize-winning author Ronan Farrow will speak at Weber State University on Saturday evening, as part of the “Browning Presents!” series.
LAYTON – Over the course of 10 weeks during the fall semester, 660 student teams across Utah — from elementary through high school — competed to earn the highest return in a real-time stock market simulation called the Stock Market Game. Alexis Aguirre, a senior from Northridge High School, …
OGDEN — Representatives with the Ogden and Weber School Districts say the state’s new public school accountability report is much better at pointing out areas where schools excel and where they need to improve.
OGDEN — Weber State University student Myla Andersen is graduating in April with a degree in political science, so she spent a lot of time in the old Social Sciences Building, which she described as dark and confusing.
SALT LAKE CITY — The sesquicentennial of the driving of the Golden Spike is still more than four months out, but folks from the Utah State University library are getting a jumpstart on the momentous anniversary.
Years ago, I made a trip to New York City to spend Christmas and New Year’s in the city. New York is magical during the holidays. The department store windows are incredible. The food in the restaurants is magnificent. Everyone should be in Times Square with someone they love on New Year’s E…
OGDEN — Historian and author D. Michael Quinn will be presenting a lecture dealing with the finances of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and its leaders.
Fifty years ago, Dec. 24 1968, on Christmas Eve, Bill Anders, Jim Lovell and Frank Borman, aboard Apollo 8, orbited the moon for the fourth time. They extensively photographed it looking for interesting features, including potential landing sites for future missions.
OGDEN — The holidays often involve a surplus of food at family feasts; but for many Utah children, their holiday break from school means they have access to significantly less food than usual.
OGDEN — Ogden City and the Utah Division of State History are grappling over ownership of a 137-year-old steam locomotive that a determined band of volunteers has been painstakingly restoring since 1992.
OGDEN — A nearly 160-year-old, worldwide youth community organization wants to set up shop in downtown Ogden.
KAYSVILLE – Students at Mountain High School enjoyed a Christmas breakfast provided by the Kaysville community on Thursday morning, the last day of school before the holiday break.
OGDEN — A group of employees from Weber State University distributed 574 scarves throughout downtown Ogden on Tuesday.
Two things bring me much needed hope and perspective this holiday season.
Boundaries for some Weber School District elementary schools have been officially changed.
As Weber State University nears its 130th birthday, Jan. 7, this is a good time to reflect on its history and its impact here at home and on the international scene.
The Davis School District launched a new website this fall that will cost $75,000 annually.
Most Weber County kids living in poverty reside inside the Ogden School District boundaries, according to new numbers from the U.S. Census Bureau.
OGDEN — Brad Mortensen has been named the next president of Weber State University.
OGDEN — Following a four-hour public forum Wednesday, a decision on who will serve as Weber State University's 13th president is near.
OGDEN — Everything you need to know is in the description of John Kelly’s YouTube channel.
OGDEN — The Ogden School District is fighting chronic absenteeism this school year.
BOUNTIFUL — The Davis School District is considering shuttering Washington Elementary School and sending its students to schools in the southern part of Davis County.
OGDEN — The Ogden School District is breaking ground on a new technology innovation center at Mound Fort Junior High School.
OGDEN — Weber State University is close to naming a new president, narrowing a broad field of candidates from across the nation down to four finalists.
SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah State Auditor’s Office released a report Monday on the Ogden School District’s 2017 bond proposition and reported misuse of public resources to promote the district’s proposed measure that later failed.
There’s so much science in the news right now, I don’t know what to write about: A massive crater discovered under Greenland’s ice sheet that caused climate chaos for early humans? A new planet around Barnard’s star, a mere six light years away? A method for cooking turkey using nothing more…
SALT LAKE CITY — A former Davis High School teacher convicted of having sexual relationships with her students asked a federal judge Friday to dismiss a lawsuit against her and the Davis School District, according to court filings.
The same technology used to train self-driving cars is being used to help people discover if their ancestors were World War I veterans.