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Joseph Bishop faced controversies, lawsuit during presidency at Weber State

OGDEN — A former Missionary Training Center president for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was publicly accused this week of sexually assaulting two women more than 30 years ago. 


Rep. Kelly Miles eager for re-election race against challenger Jason Allen

Republican Kelly Miles admits he was initially a reluctant candidate for the District 11 post in the Utah House of Representatives.


Weber County Attorney Chris Allred running unopposed for re-election

OGDEN — Chris Allred, who is just finishing up his first term as Weber County Attorney, is already gearing up to serve another four years in the office.


New Spring Beer Fest brings craft brews, live music to Ogden's Union Station

OGDEN — Oktoberfest? That is soooo last fall.


Former WSU football player turned opera singer Ta'u Pupu'a to perform in Ogden

The story most news outlets like to tell about Ta’u Pupu’a is that he was a professional football player who went on to become an opera singer.

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Standard Deviations: Gun owners should be afraid of teenagers' newfound activism

I used to think a man with a gun wasn't afraid of anything.


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

OGDEN — The swimming pool at the Marshall White Center has closed indefinitely, due to large cracks that have suddenly appeared in its concrete surfaces.


Disabled vet faces down anxiety in 'Footloose' musical

OGDEN, Utah (AP) — At its heart, the musical “Footloose” is a fish-out-of-water tale about Ren McCormack, a city kid who suddenly finds himself in a small town, struggling to fit in.


Riverdale landslide activity expected to increase as spring runoff approaches

RIVERDALE — Geologically speaking, things are about to get interesting along the Spring Creek Road Landslide.

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Why does Alexa laugh? Why does Utah legislate?

I think I’ve figured out why Alexa is laughing at us.

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