OGDEN — In his inauguration speech, President Joe Biden repeatedly expressed his desire to unite a country that is deeply politically divided, but polls conducted during the 2020 presidential election suggest that will be a difficult task.
The legal back-and-forth in the public records case involving former Weber County Commissioner Kerry Gibson is complete.
OGDEN — The prosecution of a teenager in the shooting death of Ogden store owner Satnam Singh will remain in juvenile court, at least for now, because the suspect is younger than 16.
OGDEN — A year ago, Weber County Jail officials were working on plans to improve mental health and medical services for inmates. Then COVID-19 hit, knocking some projects off track.
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — For the next two weeks, if you happen to notice an abundance of unusual looking military aircraft flying though the Northern Utah skies, there's likely no cause for alarm.
SALT LAKE CITY — Six months after 4-year-old Miles Hulbert was left on a school bus for nearly two hours in 92-degree weather, the Utah State Legislature has passed a bill that aims to prevent such accidents from happening in the future.
OGDEN — This coming summer is shaping up to be a busy one, much busier than last year, anyway, when COVID-19 jitters forced organizers to cancel or scale back most public activities.
OGDEN — Police have arrested a juvenile male on charges related to the fatal shooting of 65-year-old store owner Satnam Singh on Sunday, Feb. 28, according to a Thursday night press release from the Ogden Police Department.
OGDEN — When Desiree Cooper-Larsen heard the announcer at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas say that the Ogden Pioneer Days rodeo was for the first time one of the top five in the country, she “jumped up and down and screamed and hollered and hugged us,” said Alan Hall, who cha…
FARMINGTON — After more than a decade of study and preparation, the Utah Department of Transportation has started construction on the West Davis Corridor.
PLYMOUTH — A driver died in a rollover crash Thursday morning south of Plymouth in Box Elder County, the Utah Highway Patrol said.
Editor's note: This story has been updated to correct a source error regarding the legality of carrying a loaded firearm under House Bill 60. The new bill allows for the concealed carry of a firearm with a live round in the firing position, even without a permit.
FARMINGTON — Davis County Jail inmates, often locked down or in quarantine during the COVID-19 pandemic, have a new connection to the outside: computer tablets with access to an array of information.
CLINTON — Standing outside Clinton City Hall, Bill Chilson pointed to the flagpole in front of the police station across the parking lot.
OGDEN — Get ready for some Celtic music and dancing.
ROY — Roy officials have approved a pair of zoning changes aimed at reinventing the city’s main commercial area along 1900 West.
WASHINGTON TERRACE — When COVID-19 hit, school districts throughout the nation struggled to make the jump from in-person to online classes. The Weber School District’s efforts to help students transition successfully earned Superintendent Jeff Stephens national recognition Wednesday.
OGDEN — It had been 10 or so years since Jesse Redden had set foot in Super Grocery off Monroe Boulevard in northern Ogden.
OGDEN — As expected, the COVID-19 pandemic made for a poor-performing 2020 for Ogden’s tourism industry.
FARMINGTON — If rioting ever breaks out in Davis County, law enforcement will have a “public order unit” to deal with the civil unrest.
OGDEN — After nearly seven years of starts and stops, a new plan to redevelop a sought after city block in Ogden’s east-central neighborhood is in the works.
OGDEN — Attentive eyes of students at Heritage Elementary School were glued to the front of their classrooms as members of the community read aloud from books for Read Across America Day.
OGDEN — A person of interest in the shooting death of a store owner Sunday night has been detained for questioning, police said Tuesday night.
OGDEN — Parks in Hooper, South Ogden and Ogden will be getting large injections of funding thanks to a special county sales tax earmarked for such projects.
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — Construction has started on the latest project associated with the military’s multibillion-dollar missile replacement program at Hill Air Force Base.
OGDEN — Launching a business isn’t always just about making money.
OGDEN — One of the largest health care providers in the nation is reaching into its pockets to help curb the social roadblocks that negatively impact the health of those living in one of Ogden’s most vulnerable communities.
RIVERDALE — A Syracuse man has been jailed after allegedly beating another man with a metal bar in a pet store parking lot.
OGDEN — One suspect in a Christmas Day homicide in Riverdale is undergoing a mental competency evaluation and another has picked up a new criminal charge in an unrelated case.
OGDEN — Security video released by Ogden police shows a suspect in the shooting death of a store owner Sunday night.
SALT LAKE CITY — A proposal to bond up to $1.4 billion for a mix of road and other projects across Utah would bode for smoother traffic flow in and around Roy.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — If you want to hear from U.S. Rep. Blake Moore, you’ll have a chance on Tuesday.
Utah is expected to get more and more COVID-19 vaccine doses, beyond what the state’s 13 local health departments can handle, so new partners are joining in efforts to vaccinate the public.
OGDEN — Although the project was stagnant for all of 2020 and a city approval requisite for construction had lapsed, a plan to build a new five-story building on Historic 25th Street is now back on.
OGDEN — Ogden officials continue to be pleasantly surprised with the city’s financial situation during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
OGDEN — A 65-year-old store owner was shot to death at his business late Sunday and police are trying to identify the killer.
FARMINGTON — A Roy man was back in jail this weekend after allegedly tampering with a witness in a domestic violence case.
RIVERDALE — Darius Jimerson had long been a fan of Zeppe’s Italian Ice.
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — Taking a fighter jet into combat undoubtedly requires some backbone, and even just putting such a machine thousands of miles into the sky takes a different breed.
WASHINGTON TERRACE — The Weber School District on Friday held its first meeting to discuss a potential upcoming bond initiative that would bring a new high school to Weber County.
Weber Human Services is looking for people who can help Northern Utah nonprofits.
OGDEN — A sexual abuse case against an Ogden portrait photographer is moving forward now that he has been judged mentally competent to stand trial.
SALT LAKE CITY — A measure tweaking the home inspection process that’s garnered a lot of attention from local leaders in Northern Utah has gotten the green light from the Utah House.
OGDEN — After more than two years of planning and preparation, construction on what will be the centerpiece of Ogden City’s burgeoning downtown creative district has begun.
BRIGHAM CITY — An additional mental evaluation is in the works for a Californian charged in the 2019 shooting death of a Salt Lake City man on Interstate 84.
OGDEN — BreaAnn Carlin steadily lost weight during her nine-day stay in the Weber County Jail. At the end, she was dead, collapsed after crawling from a medical observation cell toward her scheduled shower.
HARRISVILLE — Ascension Lutheran Church has a new leader.
OGDEN — Prosecutors urged a judge Thursday to uphold the legality of a police interrogation in which a Pleasant View man confessed to shooting two people in an aborted drug buy.
OGDEN — A new youth string ensemble has formed in Ogden and it will be performing Tuesday, featuring the work of a local musician and the lead violinist from Ballet West.
CLEARFIELD — Prosecutors on Thursday filed charges against a man who convinced an elderly Clearfield couple to let him stay the night and then allegedly raped the woman.
ROY — After a video surfaced of a Sand Ridge Junior High School librarian reading aloud the N-word to a ninth grade English class, some parents and the Northern Utah chapter of Black Lives Matter are calling on the Weber School District to reassess how it approaches diversity in the classroom.