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AG seeks public identification of plaintiff in Weber State harassment trial

OGDEN — Attorneys are sparring in federal court over whether a woman suing Weber State University for alleged sexual harassment should be publicly identified if the case reaches trial. The Davis County woman, identified only by the pseudonym Jane Doe in U.S. District Court documents, filed a ...

No new trial date yet 3 years after homeless man’s shooting death in Ogden

OGDEN — It's been more than three years since Brian Racine, 28, was shot to death in an Ogden homeless camp, and a suspect's trial has been postponed yet again. It now will be well into 2022 before Cory Fitzwater goes before a jury. Police said Fitzwater and a co-defendant, Dalton Aiken, ...

Lenders defend Summit Village foreclosure action

EDEN — Lenders accused by Summit Powder Mountain of defrauding the resort have alleged in turn that the Utah development is in clear project loan default and is taking unfair advantage of foreign investors. At issue is Summit Village, the planned centerpiece of a high-end resort expansion ...

Pleasant View man gets 15 years to life for ex-girlfriend’s murder

OGDEN - Sefu Toilolo Jr. said Friday he hopes the man who strangled his sister and dumped her body in Ogden Canyon will never get out of prison. "I don't think he should be able to see the light of day," Toilolo told 2nd District  Judge Joseph Bean, who a few minutes later sentenced Andy ...

Jury convicts man on rape charge, but he still faces trial in shooting death

OGDEN — A jury on Thursday convicted an Ogden man on a first-degree felony charge of object rape and he now awaits trial on an unrelated murder count. Keshaun Mykel Puente entered a 17-year-old girl's bedroom at 5:30 a.m. after a Halloween party on Oct. 29, 2017, and she was awakened by ...