Riverdale landslide activity expected to increase as spring runoff approaches

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Natural disaster could eventually claim a section of 600 West in Riverdale.


UDOT US 89 project set to start next spring, group plans to fight construction


The Utah Department of Transportation has finished a yearlong environmental study on a massive overhaul of U.S. 89 — an action that paves the way for construction to begin within the next year.


Utah House race in eastern Weber County draws 3 more hopefuls

Froerer Ehlers-Rhorer Kyle

Republicans Jason Kyle and Deone Ehlers-Rhorer and Democrat Deana Froerer filed to run for the post, bringing the number of hopefuls for the seat to five.


Nearly 50-year-old Marshall White Center swimming pool closed indefinitely

Marshall White pool closes

Popular neighborhood swimming pool is drained, closed indefinitely as Ogden city officials address large cracks in the concrete.


Davis schools end investigations of alleged racist attack; charges dropped

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Teague Casper is banned from attending his senior prom after fighting a white student who allegedly called Casper a “n-----” at a recent Layton High School dance. The incident was investigated by Davis School District, 


New Utah law likely to streamline study into Weber County government change

Rep. Kelly Miles

Proponents wanting to investigate change to the three-commissioner form of government here are petitioning to put the matter on the election ballot.


102-year-old Ruby Price, reportedly Utah's first black teacher, has died

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Ruby Price, a local icon known as “Grandma Ruby” to a large community and believed to have been Utah’s first black school teacher, died Saturday, March, 17, at age 102.


Arming teachers not a priority in school safety discussion

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School board members discuss increasing security at schools by adding social workers, not guns.


200 Utah bridges built with same technique used in Florida

Bridge Collapse Accelerated Construction Utah

The collapse of a bridge in Florida brings focus on building techniques used in Utah.


North Ogden Divide and Powder Mountain Road open again after snow closures


A mountain snowstorm led to officials closing both the North Ogden Divide and Powder Mountain Road Saturday morning.


Ogden, South Ogden hopefuls seek post to be vacated by Utah Rep. Pitcher

Schow Shurtliff

Democrat LaWanna Shurtliff and GOPer Terry Schow become the second and third candidates to file paperwork to run for the District 10 House post.

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