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Fugitive wanted in several cases is arrested in Ogden | News, Sports, Jobs

OGDEN — A Layton man wanted in several criminal cases in Weber and Davis counties was cornered and arrested in Ogden on Tuesday. Arrest warrants said Joseph Velazquez, 35, was wanted to stand trial on a third-degree felony illegal weapons possession charge after Clearfield police found him passed out in a car at a gas pump on Oct. 9, 2021, allegedly with a semi-automatic handgun in his pocket.
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This is the City in Utah Where COVID-19 is Growing the Fastest

The U.S. has reported more than 85.6 million confirmed COVID-19 cases as of June 28. There have been more than 1,005,000 reported deaths from COVID-19-related causes — the highest death toll of any country. The extent of the spread of the novel coronavirus continues to vary considerably from state to state, and from city to […]
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Mustangs promoted to the NCDC

Mustangs promoted to the NCDC for the 2023-2024 season. Ogden Mustangs fans are about to enjoy their hockey at the next level. The team is moving into the NCDC, a Tier 2 level of Junior Hockey that is tuition-free. These Tier 2 level players will be exposed to NCAA D1 and NCAA D3 universities, in addition to all the professional ranks around the world.

Southern Utah OL transfer Austin Leausa commits to Utah State

Southern Utah offensive lineman Austin Leausa is transferring to Utah State. The 6-foot-5, 315-pound Leausa announced his decision on Twitter on Thursday. Leausa, a graduate of West Jordan High School in 2017, served a mission for the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints before playing in the 2021 spring and fall seasons for the Thunderbirds.

Minot State WR coach joins Utah State football

MINOT, N.D. (KMOT) -- Minot State Wide Receivers Coach Francisco Llanos is joining the Utah State football staff as an offensive analyst, Llanos shared on Twitter Thursday. Llanos also served as the Beavers’ special teams coordinator since his hiring in February 2021. Llanos spent the month of May coaching...

More help being planned to address the veterinary shortage in the Intermountain West – Cache Valley Daily

CACHE COUNTY — Senator Chris Wilson and others championed some funding through the state to get a new veterinarian school started at Utah State University. At the same time, there’s a big veterinarian shortage, so the efforts at USU and the Bridgerland Technical College and other technical colleges will help quite a bit. In addition, New Visions Veterinary has proposed a school campus that incorporates housing and an animal hospital.

Utah’s transgender sports ban to take effect July 1

UTAH (ABC4) – One of the most controversial bills of the 2022 Legislative Session will become law in Utah on July 1. The bill, House Bill 11, would ban transgender girls from competing in girls’ school sports. After its first proposal on Utah’s Capitol Hill by sponsor Representative Kera Birkeland, (R) Morgan, the bill drew […]

Local U13 girls soccer team wins State Cup title

It didn’t take long for a newly-formed local girls soccer team to find its traction, much to the delight of head coach Trevor Wachsman. The Avalanche ’09 Black CV 2 squad certainly made the most of its first experience competing in the Beehive State’s most prestigious tournament. The talented side went undefeated en route to capturing the U13 title at the Utah State Cup, which concluded May 30 in Herriman.

Art in the city: Three murals painted as part of Logan art plan

Logan’s public spaces may feel a bit more vibrant with three new murals painted as part of the city’s Public Arts Master Plan. Adopted in 2020, the art plan was created to bring the community together while activating Logan’s unique “places, people and values,” according to the city’s website.

USU search for man accused of lewdness on campus

LOGAN, Utah (ABC4) – Utah State University (USU) Police are asking for the public’s help with identifying a man who is wanted for questioning related to lewdness and distribution of pornographic material on the school’s campus. On June 17, the man left a note with a pornographic image taped to a woman’s car in the […]

Master of Science in Data Science

Weber State University’s Master of Science in Data Science (MSDS) is the next step for graduates with a bachelor’s degree to pursue a career in data science. Data science is the study of data to extract meaningful insight - the insight into what happened and why then predict what will happen next. Modern businesses are often dependent on data scientists and analysts to help them to profitable and sustainable paths.

Best of the Beehive 2022: Ogden

If it’s been a while since you’ve been to Ogden, you might not recognize it now. Ogden has its roots in the Wild West. The coming of the Transcontinental Railroad built up 25th Street, but even then the town was not tamed. Ogden has always had a reputation for pushing the limits. Historic 25th Street (AKA Two-Bit Street) once had an unsavory reputation, but it has undergone another transformation into the cultural heart of the city. A couple of lively, eclectic downtown blocks are lined with independent stores, restaurants and bars. So much so, that it has outgrown 25th Street and leaked onto Washington Blvd (AKA The ’Vard) and surrounding neighborhoods. Traces of the past remain, however, enriching the city’s wild spirit. Ogden’s Union Station, now an event venue and museum, stands as a monument to the city’s railroading history. And, as legend has it, the site of a once notorious brothel, The Rose Rooms, has become a modern nightclub.

USU Officials Review New Proposed Title IX Rules

Utah State University officials are reviewing the new proposed Title IX rules released by the U.S. Department of Education on Thursday, June 23. USU is evaluating how the draft rules, if adopted as is, would affect USU’s policies, procedures and processes. “After a summary review of the 700-page document,...
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Missing Ogden teen found safe

OGDEN, Utah, June 28, 2022 (Gephardt Daily) — Ogden City police have announced that a missing 16-year-old girl has been found safe. She “was located by family and is no longer missing,” the Facebook updates says. She had last been seen Monday afternoon leaving her residence in...

'I feel lucky': Hyde Park kids and their dog fend off cougar cub

HYDE PARK — A brother and sister in Cache Valley had a close call with a cougar cub that they mistook for a cat. Sixteen-year-old Lucy and 9-year-old Jackson Britsch were walking with their dog Harley on what should have been a routine stroll. "Jackson pointed out he saw...

Pleasantville Softball Sweeps while Baseball Drops a Pair to Ogden

The Pleasantville softball team swept Ogden in a doubleheader Tuesday Night 6-2 and 2-1. In game one the Trojans held the Bulldogs scoreless through four innings and led 3-0, then Ogden plated 2 in the fifth to make it a one-run game, but Pleasantville scored 3 in their half of the fifth to put the game out of reach. In the nightcap, Ogden scored one run in the first and then neither team could score till the fifth when the Trojans tied the game at one. Pleasantville then scored in the sixth and then held on for the victory. Pleasantville improves to 12-14 overall and 10-6 in the conference and will be on the road at Clarke tonight at 7:00 pm.

Utah State Magazine Excerpt: Finishing What They Started

This is an excerpt from Utah State Magazine's Summer 2022 edition, out now, with the theme "Persistence." is available on the magazine's website, If academia is a freeway, people might exit before their destination for any number of reasons. Some might seem small to an outside observer while others...