HILL AIR FORCE BASE — Last week, the military announced it would begin taking immediate action to combat extremism in its ranks, and officials from Hill Air Force Base say the Northern Utah installation is following suit.
OGDEN — Though power rates for those who opt into a proposed renewable energy program could rise if Ogden takes part, individual power customers could still opt out, avoiding any hike resulting from the city’s participation.
SALT LAKE CITY — Utah's Republican governor said Thursday he was concerned that the U.S. decision to recommend a “pause” in use of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine could make it more difficult to reach rural and minority communities.
SOUTH OGDEN — After a year-and-a-half of waiting, South Ogden kids and adults have a new place to play.
OGDEN — While Utah lingers near the bottom for COVID-19 vaccination rates in the U.S., Ogden City is incentivizing its employees to roll up their sleeves and get their shots.
Tina Cannon, the Morgan County woman who unsuccessfully vied last year for the 1st District U.S. House seat, is running for chairperson of the Utah Republican Party.
An industry group has come to the defense of Ridley’s Family Markets, which is accused in a federal civil enforcement action of filling hundreds of opioid prescriptions under “bright red flag” circumstances at its Morgan pharmacy.
MARRIOTT-SLATERVILLE — Amazon will occupy the new warehouse taking shape in Marriott-Slaterville, using it as a last-mile delivery center for Weber County residents receiving goods via the online retailer.
An independent redistricting commission that will study whether Utah should adjust its political boundaries kicked off its first meeting on Tuesday evening, but it didn’t do so without more than a few hiccups.
NORTH OGDEN — North Ogden leaders love their police department and plan to keep it.
OGDEN — Ogden City is zeroing in on the purchase of a property that’s been deemed important for the redevelopment of a high-profile city block in the east-central neighborhood.
RIVERDALE — The Riverdale Planning Commission is recommending against a controversial rezone proposal of a mobile home property that had generated strong backlash from some of the tenants there.
OGDEN — As Ogden City continues to push ahead with significant redevelopment activity in West Ogden, the administration is seeking City Council approval to spend another $1.3 million for continued cleanup work at the Swift Building site there.
MARRIOTT-SLATERVILLE — A large new distribution center expected to employ up to 500 and generate considerable in-and-out delivery van traffic is taking shape near the Interstate 15 interchange at 400 North.
OGDEN — Jackson Trotter, a senior at Ogden High School, came home from school on Tuesday and immediately hopped on a Zoom call with Gov. Spencer Cox and seven other students throughout the state.
SALT LAKE CITY — A report made public by the White House on Monday said Utah leads the country in infrastructure with a C-plus letter grade, revealing the broad need for upgrades across the U.S.
OGDEN — A special groundbreaking ceremony for the long-awaited bus rapid transit system was held Tuesday — a culmination of sorts — which local leaders said was inspired by an atmosphere of collaboration and persistence.
Eventually, there may be no more digging a laminated ID card out of your purse or wallet, if planners of Utah’s mobile driver license are on the right track.
OGDEN — A new report from the Ogden Civic Action Network says tens of thousands of Weber County residents don’t have consistent access to quality food — and the COVID-19 pandemic has made the situation worse.
A handful of Democratic Utah lawmakers are criticizing U.S. Rep. Burgess Owens, R-Utah, over comments about immigration the congressman made, comments that one lawmaker called “misleading” and “dangerous.”
OGDEN — Weber County officials won’t enact any sort of countywide mask mandate in the wake of the more relaxed statewide rules on use of face coverings that went into effect on Saturday.
OGDEN — After more than a year of conducting its weekly sessions strictly online to help slow the spread of COVID-19, the Ogden City Council is eyeing an incremental return to its conventional public meeting format.
RIVERDALE — With a pending request to rezone the property where Lesley’s Mobile Home Park sits, with a steep increase in rent and utilities looming, residents are uncertain of their future, fearing the worst.
Former Utah Gov. Gary Herbert and former U.S. Rep. Ben McAdams, D-Utah, both called for increased civility in politics and government on Friday during a virtual discussion hosted by Utah Valley University.
FARMINGTON — As Utah’s statewide mask mandate expired Saturday, dozens of Utahns flocked to school district buildings to push officials to further lift COVID-19 restrictions, starting with schools.
OGDEN — The COVID-19 pandemic caused both attendance and operational revenues to drop by more than 50% last year at the George S. Eccles Dinosaur Park in Ogden.
OGDEN — Attorneys for Weber State University and a former psychology student have engaged in settlement talks over her lawsuit claiming the institution downplayed and obstructed her allegations of sexual harassment and abuse against a professor.
HUNTSVILLE — Pineview Reservoir is one of the key tourist draws in Weber County, attracting around a million visitors a year, federal officials estimate.
The student body presidents of Brigham Young University, Utah Valley University and eight other colleges and universities throughout the state endorsed a climate dividends plan on Thursday and called on Utah’s congressional delegation to support it.
OGDEN — Emissions inspections in Weber County are back up and running after a software hack shut down the testing system for several days, prohibiting many area residents from registering their vehicles.
SALT LAKE CITY — For decades, a public lands tug-of-war has played out over a vast expanse of southern Utah where red rocks reveal petroglyphs and cliff dwellings and distinctive twin buttes bulge from a grassy valley.
OGDEN — Nearly a decade after launching commercial air service to Arizona, Ogden City’s municipal airport will soon offer similar service to California.
OGDEN — Climate change is an issue Republicans need to come to the table on, U.S. Rep. John Curtis told viewers while speaking on a virtual panel hosted by Weber State University on Wednesday.
ROY — After updating the city’s zoning guidelines to spur new development in the city center, Roy officials are turning their focus to the standards applicable around the FrontRunner station off 4000 South.
OGDEN — The Ogden City Council continues to mull over a mayor's office proposal to extend the city's Quality Neighborhoods Initiative.
Former U.S. Rep. Ben McAdams, D-Utah, joined four other Democratic lawmakers who were defeated in 2020 in joining and advising a group aimed at “shielding moderates most at risk” of losing their seats.
OGDEN — After going three quarters of the fiscal year without their customary wage increases, Ogden City employees have now been made whole.
NORTH OGDEN — Weber County Sheriff Ryan Arbon thinks his office could provide law enforcement protection in North Ogden at a lower cost than what the city currently pays.
Paris Hilton joined two Utah County lawmakers, Lt. Gov. Deidre Henderson and Gov. Spencer Cox on Tuesday for the ceremonial signing of a bill that increases oversight and regulations at Utah’s youth residential treatment centers.
SALT LAKE CITY — A new law blocks Utah’s government from requiring people to get COVID-19 vaccines, but companies can use so-called vaccine passports to determine who has been inoculated.
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — Some three months after news came out that its director was reassigned for failing to take complaints of sexual harassment seriously, Hill Air Force Base is taking steps to fortify its Equal Opportunity office.
OGDEN — Stemming from apparent concerns among some about a possible crackdown on gun ownership, Weber County Commissioners have declared the county a Second Amendment “sanctuary.”
LAYTON — Layton is poised to build a new neighborhood park on the city’s continuously developing west side.
OGDEN — Weber County Democrats have picked a new party leader, Carly Cassidy, a recent Weber State University graduate involved with the party here since 2018.
OGDEN — U.S. Rep. Blake Moore, about three months in office, is carving a role as a bipartisan lawmaker, trying to steer clear of the divisive tone that seems to have become the norm in national politics.
FARMINGTON — A judge has scheduled a trial over whether Davis County is liable for civil damages because a jail nurse did not check an inmate’s vital signs and she bled to death internally.
OGDEN — A dilapidated art deco home that looms on a rise over 30th Street west of Monroe Boulevard has garnered interest from at least one developer.
The Davis and Weber county jails, environments where social distancing is impractical, say they are working to provide COVID-19 vaccinations to all inmates.
ROY — Utah is launching a two-pronged return-to-work program to help those reentering the workforce, especially women, get a footing in a job market that is still recovering from the pandemic.
BOUNTIFUL — While members of Utah’s Congressional Delegation push for federal legislation to enhance the Bonneville Shoreline Trail, Davis County is working on a measure of its own that involves a significant extension of the popular Northern Utah trail.
OGDEN — A new slate of leaders will be coming to the Weber County Democratic Party.