FARMINGTON — A Davis County Sheriff’s Office corrections employee tested positive for COVID-19 and was sent home to quarantine, the agency said.
OGDEN — The Utah Governor’s Office of Economic Development has a new loan program to help small businesses, with a large chunk of the available money set aside for rural areas of the state.
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — All but the most essential personnel at Hill Air Force Base are now being required to work from home, as the base continues efforts to battle the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Northern Utah jail populations are falling and police are delivering fewer detainees for jailing, except violent offenders, as law enforcement responds to the coronavirus pandemic.
OGDEN — Ogden's Pioneer Stadium already has new seating on its north side, donated by the Utah Jazz and installed in 2018.
OGDEN — Cabin fever stricken Northern Utahns are turning to the outdoors during the coronavirus pandemic, but some have been charged with trespassing for trekking into sensitive wildlife areas.
With the passage of House Bill 393 by Utah lawmakers, Lance Peterson is eager to move forward with debate on whether the broad unincorporated swath of western Weber County should be turned into a city.
OGDEN — William C. Coleman made bomber jackets for U.S. forces in World War II. Now the little company he later started in Ogden has become an important cog in today’s fight against the coronavirus.
Candidates for public office in Utah who intend to earn a spot on the primary ballot by gathering signatures will have an easier time doing so -- while still practicing social distancing -- after Gov. Gary Herbert suspended certain requirements in state statute related to signature-gathering.
SALT LAKE CITY — With a sharp dip in ridership due to coronavirus, the Utah Transit Authority will scale back bus and FrontRunner service in Weber and Davis counties as well as in the rest of the state.
TREMONTON — Traffic on Interstate 15 near Tremonton figures to be slow going beginning Monday, March 30.
OGDEN — In the wake of the March 18 earthquake that shook Utah, the aging parking garage abutting the Weber Center in downtown Ogden has been closed.
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — While large community events are being canceled all over the world on a daily basis amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Hill Air Force Base officials say there’s still enough time, and some hope, that the installation’s biennial air show could go on.
The trend continues: The population in Weber and Davis counties and much of the rest of Utah keeps growing as the debate rages over where to house everybody and how to keep the state’s infrastructure up to snuff.
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — The Department of Defense has issued a 60-day “stop movement order” for all department personnel, uniformed and civilian — a move that will have significant repercussions at Hill Air Force Base.
NORTH OGDEN — Attending public meetings will become a much more solitary undertaking in some locales.
OGDEN — After two consecutive cancelations of its regular weekly meetings, the Ogden City Council will be back in session next week — but in a form that hasn't ever been seen.
OGDEN — In what figures to be a year of rescheduling or even canceling major community events, a pretty big domino fell Wednesday — the Ogden Marathon has been postponed until September.
OGDEN — The Ogden City Council will likely consider a resolution that would urge the state of Utah to implement a 60-day moratorium on all evictions, as fallout continues amid the COVID-19 crisis.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders claimed 16 of Utah’s 29 delegates to the Democratic National Convention.
OGDEN — The U.S. Internal Revenue Service is scaling back operations, the federal agency said in a statement Tuesday.
OGDEN — The preliminary results of an online survey of Weber County businesses are stark.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The Utah governor's race is filling out, with another Republican candidate choosing a running mate.
NORTH OGDEN — Those exhibiting coronavirus symptoms can get testing at a handful of locations in northern Utah — at clinics in North Ogden, Layton, Tremonton and Hyde Park, as well as McKay-Dee Hospital in Ogden.
Utah Gov. Gary Herbert said that the state and federal governments and private sector should work together to minimize an economic downturn in Utah caused by the coronavirus pandemic and called for a special legislative session.
OGDEN — Turns out Nancy Blair, the sitting District 5 rep on the Ogden School Board, is running for the post again after all.
SALT LAKE CITY — Investigators are probing reports of price gouging in sales of toilet paper, water, fruit and vegetables, the Utah Division of Consumer Protection said Monday.
The number of coronavirus cases in Utah continues its steady trajectory upward, as in the rest of the country.
A new leader is headed to the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food.
OGDEN — A landlord has filed a federal court lawsuit to stop the demolition of a Grant Avenue duplex declared dangerous by Ogden City.
SALT LAKE CITY — A Utah congressman who has the new coronavirus was hospitalized over the weekend, and a state lawmaker was also diagnosed with the disease.
OGDEN — There will be no lack of candidates and competition for the posts up for grabs this election cycle in Weber County.
OGDEN — A new report suggests Ogden’s business climate, while far from perfect, is currently standing on solid ground.
OGDEN — With last Wednesday’s earthquake in Utah and lingering coronavirus concerns, workers at the many Ogden-area U.S. Internal Revenue Service offices are feeling the jitters.
OGDEN — Amid worries about coronavirus and the adverse impact it could have on the economy, a coalition of Weber County entities has put together an online guide pointing those in need to the range of offerings at their disposal.
OGDEN — A proposed residential subdivision in western Weber County that was originally to have been built around a manmade lake is moving forward, but the controversial water element has been scrapped.
HARRISVILLE — Beginning next week, Larsen Lane will close to all nonlocal traffic.
OGDEN — Large utility companies in Northern Utah say their services are in good shape and won’t be turned off for customers who may face economic challenges during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Utah State Legislature passed 510 bills over this year’s 45-day general session, ranging from a bill to fund affordable housing projects to a law regulating the disposal of fetal remains.
United States Rep. Ben McAdams, R-Utah, said he tested positive for COVID-19 on Wednesday after developing “mild cold-like symptoms” over the weekend.
OGDEN — To say the Boyer Business Depot Ogden is ahead of schedule is probably a pretty significant understatement.
OGDEN — The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has caused much uncertainty, especially for some small businesses.
SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Supreme Court case centered on Kerry Gibson’s bid to block release of a police probe into his tenure as Weber County commissioner has taken a step forward.
OGDEN — A contract provider will provide health care to the inmates at Weber County‘s jails for the first time, costing the county more money but providing more comprehensive coverage, the motor behind the initiative says.
FARMINGTON — Ten coronavirus victims have been identified thus far in Weber, Davis and Morgan counties, although none are in critical condition, health officials say.
OGDEN — In a move to bolster Utah’s potential bid to host the Winter Olympics in a decade, Weber County officials have taken the baby step of approving a $150,000 study into the possibility of upgrading the Ice Sheet.
OGDEN — As Ogden City moves forward on a plan to build a new water infrastructure system on the northeast side of the municipal airport, the city administration is now seeking money to cover another significant project there.
OGDEN — Weber County‘s public libraries have closed and the Weber Center, the seat of county government, has shut its doors to walk-in visitors as county leaders take steps to address the coronavirus threat.
OGDEN — Ogden City officials say they’re staying vigilant as the fluid COVID-19 situation continues to unfold, but they also had some reassuring words for residents on Tuesday.
State authorities are alerting Utah consumers to watch out for scams and price gouging during the coronavirus pandemic.
OGDEN — The race for the sole seat coming open on the Weber County Commission has turned into a three-way race, for now.