HARRISVILLE — Officials in the city of Harrisville are contemplating growth via annexation of Weber Industrial Park, measuring about 400 acres and containing more than 50 businesses.
ROY — Concerned about higher alcohol use among Roy students, a coalition of officials, parents and others have created a video campaign aimed at preventing underage drinking.
OGDEN — Ryan Arbon showed visitors some snapshots he took of the new Dallas County Jail medical wing in Texas.
OGDEN — Cecy Wells gave birth by Cesarean section two years ago in Ogden, when she was 30 years old. During her recovery in the hospital, she had significant chest pain.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah legislators approved changes to the state's medical marijuana law, an issue that has faced fierce criticism from people on both sides of the debate.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah health officials say the number of cases of lung damage linked to vaping is up to 42.
OGDEN — The sprinkler system was shot, but that’s not a high-priority problem when you’re running a domestic violence and sexual assault crisis center.
OGDEN — Weber State University is expanding its support for students and other members of the Weber State community who are food insecure.
CLEARFIELD — Families often end up at the Clearfield location of Lice Clinics of America after parents have made multiple attempts to rid their children of lice.
FARMINGTON — In a nondescript converted dental suite, therapists and counselors toil to help break the region’s cycle of domestic violence and sexual assault.
SALT LAKE CITY — Utah’s medical marijuana licensing process was called into question by a state regulatory appeals board which said the state may have erred in choosing only eight growers for the program set to launch next year.
Local sexual assault nurse examiners are criticizing do-it-yourself rape kits, which promise buyers a confidential way to collect and preserve evidence of the crimes they endured.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump said Wednesday his administration will propose banning thousands of flavors used in e-cigarettes to combat a recent surge in underage vaping .
OGDEN — For six days, Gina Vodopich and her son thought his illness was something common.
SALT LAKE CITY — Medical marijuana advocates and conservative groups sparred Monday over proposed changes to Utah’s medical marijuana program during a tense, two-hour public hearing.
Sexually transmitted diseases continue to rise for at least the fifth year in a row, according to information from the Utah County Health Department.
OGDEN — Prevent Child Abuse Utah, a nonprofit that began in Ogden before expanding to Salt Lake, announced the appointment of Laurieann Thorpe as the organization’s new executive director on Tuesday.
OGDEN — Officials say an Ogden resident has tested positive for West Nile Virus, a disease spread by mosquitos.
OGDEN — The public can access free health screenings, immunizations and dental care at an education and health fair to be held from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 7, at Weber State’s Community Education Center (2605 Monroe Blvd.).
OGDEN — Weber State was only one unit short of its goal of 199 units of blood during its annual blood drive with American Red Cross. A unit of a blood is about one pint.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah health officials say they have confirmed 28 cases of lung damage linked to vaping and are investigating 14 more potential cases.
First they heard “kind of a crackling sound,” David Brown said.
FARMINGTON — A Davis County judge will hear arguments this week over civil liberties groups’ efforts to peel away some of the secrecy governing Utah jails’ operating standards and inspections.
OGDEN — Forty years ago, society had few answers for what to do with juvenile sex offenders.
One inmate death was reported in 2018 among the Weber, Davis and Box Elder county jails, the lowest total since 2011.
OGDEN— Representatives of local nonprofits, public agencies and businesses met Wednesday as part of the United Partnership Council, a relatively new cross-sector group of organizations that coordinate their work to improve education, health and housing in Weber County.
OGDEN — The Weber County Sheriff’s Office has hired a former Salt Lake City police detective who was fired after handcuffing a nurse in a dispute over drawing blood from an unconscious patient.
SALT LAKE CITY — A defendant at the center of a multimillion-dollar opioid case in Utah testified Tuesday that he saw himself as helping people get prescription drugs they needed while making money for himself and his friends.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah health officials say they are investigating 21 cases of a severe lung disease linked to vaping.
OGDEN — This week, Weber State and Utah State are carrying on a decade-long tradition of hosting a week-long “blood battle.”
NORMAN, Okla. — An Oklahoma judge on Monday found Johnson & Johnson and its subsidiaries helped fuel the state’s opioid crisis and ordered the consumer products giant to pay $572 million, more than twice the amount another drug manufacturer agreed to pay in a settlement.
OGDEN — Weber State’s new doctoral program for nurse practitioners, the doctor of nursing practice (DNP) — and the first doctorate offered at Weber State — has attracted a full class of 35 students for its inaugural year, but some students said they won’t actually be getting a raise after th…
OGDEN — Prosecutors filed charges Friday against a group home employee they allege repeatedly abused a disabled patient, including slamming his head to the floor hard enough to cause a brain injury.
SALT LAKE CITY — Utah legislators were moving Thursday to scrap a planned state-run medical marijuana dispensary system after county attorneys said it would put public employees at risk of being prosecuted under federal drug laws.
SALT LAKE CITY — Planned Parenthood clinics in several states are charging new fees, tapping financial reserves, intensifying fundraising and warning of more unintended pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases after its decision to quit a $260 million federal family planning program in …
WEBER COUNTY — At the beginning of August, visitors to Pineview noticed dead fish littering the shores and floating in the water.
BRIGHAM CITY — Prosecution of a Bothwell man in the alleged stabbing murder of his girlfriend is on hold pending a review of his mental competency to stand trial.
A Utah Valley University professor hopes his research will help catch cancer years before patients begin showing symptoms.
LAYTON — Pete Kassel was ready to beat his heroin addiction, his mother says.
SALT LAKE CITY — Apparently contrary to agency policy, the Weber County Jail kept no log of the final 22 ½ hours an inmate spent in the booking area before he was found unconscious, court depositions show.
WEBER COUNTY — Four mosquito traps have tested positive for the West Nile Virus in Weber County.
The only female oncologist who works with Intermountain Healthcare in Weber and Davis counties, Dr. Namita Chittoria, will be moving to a position in Salt Lake with a different network.
Jonny Peay says he has made a lot of friends during his first year at Utah State University. Now, the 24-year-old from Orem said some of those friends and others may be left behind because they can’t afford to go to school.
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…
SOUTH OGDEN — Children who regularly fish in Burch Creek were out of luck on Pioneer Day when they found the creek full of belly-up fish and a couple of dead ducks. The group of children also noticed a smell like gasoline.
Students at 26 elementary schools in Davis, Ogden and Weber School districts will get a free snack of fresh fruits or vegetables at least twice a week at school this coming school year.
OGDEN — For the past 85 years, cowboys and cowgirls have gathered in the Ogden area for the quintessential western event: the rodeo.
SALT LAKE CITY — A civil rights lawsuit over the heroin withdrawal and dehydration death of an Ogden woman in the Weber County Jail will be dismissed.
As students take a well-deserved break from focusing on academics for the summer, families can encourage growth in other important developmental areas. One of these areas that can most benefit a child, now and later in life, is resilience.