Local

Apple for the Teacher 2018: Vote for the teacher you think should win

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It’s time to vote for the Northern Utah teacher you think should win our Apple for the...

Government

Utah measure, backed by Weber Co. high-schooler, cuts primary voting age to 17

Weber High School senior urges dark sky preservation

Weber High School student Zach Thomas lobbied for the measure while Weber County Clerk/Auditor Ricky Hatch said the younger people start voting, the more likely the’y’ll keep on voting.


Local

Restaurants, diners and health inspectors struggle with bug reports

Bug in food

Katha Weisenberger of Ogden says she found a cockroach in her enchilada at an Ogden restaurant. She went on a Facebook rant against the restaurant. What should you do if an insect ruins your meal?


Local

Thunderbirds likely to perform at Hill AFB air show

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The U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds announced Wednesday they have resumed flying operations following the death of one of the team’s F-16 pilots.


Local

Celebrate Earth Day with these Northern Utah events

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Looking for ways to celebrate our planet on Earth Day? Check out these events in the Ogden area. 


Local

Allergy doc says 2018 pollen season could be brutal in Northern Utah

Pollen 2018

Local doctor offers tips for avoiding the extremely high pollen counts, which came early this year.


Local

Potential housing at 12th Street development could signal future residential growth

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New housing options could soon start popping up along one of Ogden’s busiest commercial corridors.


Local

Residents file lawsuit against UDOT's Davis County U.S. 89 expansion

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A group of Davis County residents opposing the pending expansion of U.S. 89 is suing the Utah Department of Transportation, hoping to halt construction on the major overhaul, which is slated to begin next year.


Police & Fire

Ogden courthouse evacuated for 3rd bomb threat this month

Bomb threat number three

For the third week in a row, Ogden’s courthouses are being evacuated due to a bomb threat.


Community

For longtime Sunset art teacher, final show is part of battling Parkinson's

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Former Sunset Junior High art teacher Ned Shelley can no longer draw, paint or speak on most days as a result of Parkinson’s disease, but he’s still making a difference with his artwork.


Police & Fire

Federal, local law enforcement announces crackdown on violent crime in Ogden

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Utah U.S. Attorney John Huber announced in a press conference the expanded effort in Ogden for the ongoing Project Safe Neighborhoods, a program through the Department of Justice.


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