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New Home Needed: Meet the Latest Adorable Pets Up for Adoption in Ogden, UT
Interested in adopting a pet — or just looking at some adorable pets near you up for adoption? There are dozens of endearing pets up for adoption at animal shelters in and around Ogden.
52-year-old woman reported missing, endangered out of Clearfield
Clearfield Police are seeking the public's help in finding a missing 52-year-old woman.
Weekly Safety Report: Missing Teen Found Safe, Assault Charge Refiled in Ogden, Utah
Two incidents occurred in Ogden, Utah this week. In the first incident, a missing autistic teenager from Mount Ogden Junior High was found safe and reunited with his family. The second incident involves the refiled assault charge against the former president of the Utah Farm Bureau, Ron Bennett Gibson, due to confusion over the jurisdiction where the incident took place.
Missing South Ogden man found dead near Weber River
A Silver Alert for a missing South Ogden man was canceled Friday after his body was found near the Weber River.
Weekly Safety Report: Outrage and Controversy in Farmington, Utah
This week in Farmington, Utah, two incidents have raised concerns within the community. In the first incident, a driver was criminally cited for cruelty to animals after being caught on video dragging two horses down a residential street. The horses suffered minor injuries but are expected to fully recover. In the second incident, the death of a young man was ruled as justified police action, causing some controversy due to the delay in issuing the ruling. These incidents have sparked outrage and calls for justice.
Family of missing woman concerned about her safety, mental illness
CLEARFIELD – Some faraway shots of surveillance video from August 16th mark the last time 52-year-old Tina Marie Jones was seen in public. Her daughter, Madison Lewis said Jones has taken off before, but never like this. She would have called by now. It’s been over a month,” Lewis...
Girl, 17, arrested after leading police on high-speed chase in Davis County
DAVIS COUNTY, Utah, Sept. 22, 2023 (Gephardt Daily) — A 17-year-old girl was arrested early Friday after allegedly leading police on a high-speed chase on Interstate 15 in Davis County. A Utah Highway Patrol trooper witnessed a silver Volkswagen Jetta speeding on southbound I-15 near Hill Field Road in...
'Removing barriers': Utah military spouses can get free IT certification
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — A collaboration between Hill Air Force Base and Weber State University is giving military spouses a chance to advance their careers through free education. The Rosie Project, named after World War II icon Rosie the Riveter, offers a tuition-free, 6-month information technology certification program...
A Week of Excitement: Comprehensive Guide to West Jordan, Utah's Local Events from September 25 to October 1, 2023
1. Copper Hills vs Syracuse ~ High'School Volleyball - 2023. Copper Hills and Syracuse are set for a High School Volleyball match in 2023. This key event will be a home non-conference match for Syracuse's varsity volleyball team.
Emergency Water Shutdown on Marilyn Dr. Affecting Local Residents Until Tonight
An emergency water shutdown is happening now on Marilyn Dr., between Harrison Blvd. and Tyler Ave. This is due to urgent pipeline repairs. The shutdown will likely affect the water service until 10:30 PM on September 23, 2023. Fire hydrants in the area will also be affected, and residents might notice their water is discolored.
Pet owner asking others to stay cautious when taking their pets to local revisors
SALT LAKE CITY — Despite the end of summer, a Brigham City woman is calling on pet owners to stay cautious when taking their furry family to revisors. One-year-old pup Scout and his owners visited Pelican Beach at Willard Bay State Park last Sunday. It was their first time visiting the park. A few days later, the Blue Heeler/Boarder Collie mix was diagnosed with a skin condition likely caused by algae, according to the dog’s veterinarian.
WSU completes Stewart Stadium upgrades in time for Big Sky opener
OGDEN, Utah, Sept. 23, 2023 (Gephardt Daily) — Stewart Stadium got all dressed up for Weber State‘s Big Sky Conference opener Saturday night. University officials and Wildcats fans celebrated the completion of renovations to the stadium’s east-side stands with a ribbon-cutting prior to the top 10 matchup between No. 8 WSU and No. 3 Montana State.
Investigative reports question whether ex-Operation Underground Railroad CEO misled donors
SALT LAKE CITY — The anti-trafficking organization Operation Underground Railroad and its founder and former CEO Tim Ballard may have misled donors for years about purported “rescue” missions, according to investigative documents obtained from a local and federal investigation by KSL.com on Friday. Ballard, whose experience as...
High school football: Week 7 scores and schedule
SALT LAKE CITY — Check back for the latest scores from all the Week 7 high school football games across the state. KSL.com Sports' Game of the Week: Roy at Woods Cross. The Roy Royals made up for a scoreless first quarter Friday with 23 unanswered points and 51 points in the final three quarters.
New Community Fishing Ponds and Spearfishing Changes Approved by Utah Wildlife Board: What Local Residents Need to Know
The Utah Wildlife Board has approved the creation of two new community fishing ponds. They have also made several changes to wildlife rules, including those related to spearfishing and private fish ponds. These decisions were made in a public meeting on Thursday. The board also approved some items related to the Utah Conservation Permit Program.
Join the 3rd Annual Crawl for a Cure and Paint the Town Orange in Ogden!
📣 Get ready to paint the town ORANGE! The 3rd Annual Crawl for a Cure is just around the corner! 🎉. Taking place on Sat, Sep 23, from 2pm to 9pm, this vibrant event is set to light up Historic 25th st & the surrounding area in Ogden, UT 💃🏻🕺🏻. The mission? To raise funds to put an end to MS, and have a blast while doing it! 💪🏼🧡
'It makes you feel wanted': Weber School Foundation opens teen centers as homelessness increases
OGDEN — Teen homelessness is a growing problem in Weber County, and schools there are doing something to tackle it. The Weber School Foundation opened its first of six teen centers Thursday. The space consists of a study area, decompression rooms, a kitchen, a laundry area and a food pantry.
Urgent: Temporary Water Shutdown and Discoloration on Van Buren Ave from 27th to 29th St
A notice has been released about a required pipeline repair on Van Buren Ave from 27th to 29th St. This repair will cause a temporary water shutdown in the area, affecting local hydrants.
Dogs adopted from Ogden no-kill shelter before being euthanized
After sharing the tough decision to euthanize 14 dogs at the Weber County Animal Services location, the community stunned them by adopting them all.
Intergalactic Roller Derby Showdown Hits Ogden: Prepare for an Epic Battle!
Prepare for an intergalactic clash like no other! The Roller Derby From Outer Space is set to take off on Sat, Sep 23 · 5pm - 9pm, promising a spectacle of cosmic proportions. This isn't just your average roller derby - this is a battle for the universe, right here in our own backyard at the Golden Spike Event Center Exhibit Hall, Ogden, UT 84404.