The Utah U.S. Attorney’s Office filed a civil enforcement action Friday alleging the Ridley’s Market pharmacy in Morgan filled “hundreds of opioid prescriptions for members of the same family under highly suspicious circumstances.”
ROY — The massive overhaul of the 5600 South corridor in Roy may be five years or more in the offing.
OGDEN — A man who said his 10-month-old son was possessed by the devil pleaded guilty Thursday to fatally stabbing the boy in the neck and dumping his body in the trash.
Be sure to bring a face covering when you visit Weber County’s three ski resorts.
As new COVID-19 cases continue to surge in Utah communities, local schools keep on closing. The Davis School District announced this week that two schools would temporarily move online due to COVID-19 outbreaks — and at least one more is on the chopping block.
CLEARFIELD — The state transportation department is warning motorists to steer clear of Interstate 15 and U.S. 89 this weekend, if at all possible.
A federal judge in Montana on Wednesday sentenced an Ogden man to 51 months in prison for running a methamphetamine sales business on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation.
OGDEN — An Ogden man may be headed to trial on a charge that he strangled his 18-year-old son for refusing to go on a church mission.
The COVID-19 vaccine is coming to Utah, perhaps by as early as this month, a health care official says.
OGDEN — Officials from Ogden have released new details on an $8.3 million arts endeavor that will serve as the centerpiece of a developing creative district downtown and further transform a once decrepit section of 25th Street.
SALT LAKE CITY — Thieves broke into Utah gas pumps to install devices that skimmed consumers’ credit card data, netting the conspirators $200,000, federal charging documents say.
OGDEN — After the bell rang and teachers took roll on Thursday morning, third graders at Odyssey Elementary School split up — 18 of them migrated to Claudia Miramontes' and Kimberly Hopkin's classrooms.
The debate in Washington, D.C., over the Affordable Care Act’s future can get intense.
OGDEN — As the population continues to project upward along most of the Wasatch Front, and water increasingly becomes a resource in need of protection, Ogden City is working to reduce the amount of H2O used up by its residents.
FARMINGTON — Two new judges will be joining the 2nd District Court bench in Davis County, pending Utah Senate approval.
FARMINGTON — Sun Cha Warhola, 55, charged with fatally strangling her two children 10 years ago in Layton, appeared in court via video Wednesday for a final pretrial hearing.
OGDEN — Once thought of as a potential historical asset worth protecting, the old tower at the Ogden-Hinckley Airport now looks to be on the chopping block.
FARMINGTON — Jason Raoul Solis was eating breakfast and behaving normally, but then he told his mother “he was involved in something big and that he could not tell her what it was or it would put her in danger.”
OGDEN — Weber-Morgan Health Department Executive Director Brian Bennion, the health official central in local efforts to address the COVID-19 pandemic, will be retiring.
OGDEN — A man pulled a gun on grocery store employees who were chasing him for shoplifting, and police arrested him soon nearby, according to charging documents.
One day after announcing that Bountiful High would discontinue the use of its “Braves” mascot, school principal Aaron Hogge offered more details about what the next couple months of the replacement process will look like.
OGDEN — The COVID-19 case count in Weber, Morgan and Davis counties fell pretty dramatically for the week ending last Saturday, the first downward dip since September.
FARMINGTON — The Davis School District will prepare to participate in a pilot program that would allow it to shorten COVID-19 closures at high schools after the district’s school board authorized the move Tuesday night.
OGDEN — Blake Moore has named the senior members of his congressional staff as he prepares to take over next January as Northern Utah’s representative in the U.S. House.
Bountiful High’s mascot controversy calls to mind another school mascot that changed 25 years ago, that of Roy Junior High.
The North Ogden Divide closed on Monday for an unexpected repair and reopened Tuesday afternoon, ahead of schedule.
KAYSVILLE — A 56-year-old Kaysville man faces three child sexual abuse charges from alleged incidents that occurred a decade apart.
CLEARFIELD — Clearfield police booked a woman into the Davis County Jail on Monday for allegedly stabbing two men in a Nov. 22 incident.
OGDEN — As uncertainty surrounding the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic remains, organizers of the Ogden Marathon say Junction City’s largest single-day event will take place virtually in 2021.
OGDEN — There’s still a month left in 2020 and traffic fatalities in Ogden have already more than doubled from what they were last year.
RIVERDALE — Weber County prosecutors filed a felony firearms charge Monday against a Riverdale man arrested after an alleged assault against his girlfriend.
WILLARD — Asked how he got cuts on his hands and face, a Willard man told police he “must have been injured by the cat.”
A proposal to upgrade a canal in the Ogden Valley to reduce water loss has some in the area worried any fix could harm the wildlife that rely on the waterway.
Less than five months after completion of a major upgrade to the North Ogden Divide that forced its closure for about a month, the road closed once again on Monday for additional unexpected work.
BOUNTIFUL — After nearly 70 years, Bountiful High School will change its mascot.
OGDEN — Ogden police arrested a 48-year-old man Saturday after his girlfriend reported he physically and sexually abused her when she refused to have sex.
While Utah County residents have gone through Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday, the Red Cross is now asking people to step into the season of giving with Giving Tuesday.
WEST HAVEN — A man threatened to kill a food delivery person "to protect his country," police said in an arrest affidavit.
TREMONTON — The Box Elder County Attorney’s Office has filed a first-degree felony rape charge against a man accused of assaulting a woman after a summer swim outing.
BRIGHAM CITY — A Brigham City man faces six criminal charges after allegedly breaking down his ex-girlfriend’s door, beating, biting and strangling her in front of their child and passing out drunk on the floor.
OGDEN — Without blood donations, Weber State University student KayCee McLean said she wouldn’t have survived to enroll at the school. That’s why she participates in every blood drive held at the university that she is able to, including one Weber State has organized for next week.
Weber Human Services is looking for people who can help Northern Utah nonprofits.
ROY — It’s a long tradition — fire departments in neighboring locales are typically on call to back each other up on emergency calls if the need arises.
ST. GEORGE — A Subaru driver from Sunset allegedly pointed a loaded handgun at people in a Jaguar during an Interstate 15 road rage incident in St. George, the Utah Highway Patrol said.
OGDEN — Police arrested a 56-year-old man in Weber County on allegations that he tried to entice a young girl for sex.
OGDEN — First, the good news: Weber County officials don’t foresee the need for a property tax hike at least through 2025.
OGDEN — Police arrested a man after he allegedly fired a shot at two people during an argument in a business parking lot.
OGDEN — Ogden’s Christmas Village will be quite different this year, but the honorary mayors of the event will bring some much needed stability.
OGDEN — Things are still rocky at times for Jekaterina Heaps, currently living in the Lantern House homeless shelter in Ogden.
OGDEN — As Northern Utahns count their blessings this Thanksgiving, one of the graces that should apparently be considered is the charity of their neighbors.
OGDEN — With the COVID-19 pandemic and the political divisiveness in Washington, D.C., it’s been an exasperating and exhausting year at times.