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Good dogs at work: Service dogs get training experience help from the Ogden Fire Department

OGDEN — The Ogden Fire Department was filled with over a dozen very good dogs Friday. The department invited service dogs in training and their handlers in order to provide a different situation outside of their typical training.


Fourth earthquake in two days strikes northern Utah

SALT LAKE CITY — A 2.4 magnitude aftershock struck Bluffdale Saturday night, according to the University of Utah Seismograph Stations — the fourth earthquake to affect northern Utah in less than 48 hours.


Police arrest second suspect in murder of Ogden teen

OGDEN — Police have arrested a second man in connection with an Ogden teen death earlier this week. Daniel Ross Viegas Gonzalez, 28, was booked into the Weber County Jail on Friday on multiple charges, including aggravated murder and aggravated robbery.


Ogden brothers shot — one fatally — in alleged robbery of prescription drugs, cash and two pieces of clothing

An 18-year-old Ogden man was killed and his brother shot multiple times Monday as part of a robbery, according to court documents filed Friday. The alleged robbers — 23-year-old Theron Farmer and 28-year-old Daniel Viegas Gonzalez — left the home with Xanax, a “small” amount of cash, a pair of pants


Murder suspect Theron Farmer booked in jail, charging documents filed in district court

OGDEN — Theron Farmer, a suspect in the murder of Ogden teen Kamron Johnson, is behind bars, and a probable cause statement filed Wednesday in Ogden's 2nd District Court sheds more details on the shooting.


Feb. 2 homicide suspect allegedly stabbed man to death after victim broke up fight

OGDEN — A suspect in an Ogden homicide from earlier this month allegedly stabbed a man to death after the victim tried to stop the suspect from assaulting a woman, according to charging documents.


Jessie Jean’s Cafe In Ogden Steps Up During Government Shutdown

OGDEN, Utah — For thousands of people, 2019 started off with a bank account full of worry. It forced a lot of families in Utah to pinch every penny. That’s when Jessie Jean’s Cafe on historic 25th Street in Ogden stepped in.


2 small quakes shake Utah Saturday

SALT LAKE CITY — Two small earthquakes shook Utah on Saturday, according to the University of Utah Seismograph Station. A quake measuring 2.4 hit at 7 p.m. about 1 mile south of Bluffdale, the station recorded.


Former South Ogden dentist sentenced to house arrest on child porn charges

OGDEN — A former South Ogden dentist was sentenced to house arrest after pleading guilty to child porn charges in December. Daniel Patrick Alston, 72, pleaded guilty to five counts of attempted sexual exploitation of a minor, a third-degree felony, which was reduced from his original second-degree f


West Valley City man pleads guilty to robbing banks in Ogden, North Salt Lake

SALT LAKE CITY — A West Valley City man accused of robbing banks in Weber and Davis counties pleaded guilty Thursday in a federal courtroom. Sean Thomas Moore, 42, pleaded guilty to one count of bank robbery by force or violence, a federal felony. In return for his plea, one count of the same charge


‘She fought so hard for me’: Mother of Utah man freed from Venezuelan jail remembered for her fierce love and dedication to those around her

Riverton • To many people, Laurie Holt will be remembered as the Utah mother who tirelessly fought for nearly two years to have her son, Josh Holt, released from a Venezuelen jail.


Man hospitalized after trying to rescue pets during house fire in South Ogden

SOUTH OGDEN — A man was hospitalized with serious injuries after he tried to rescue several pets during a house fire in South Ogden late Wednesday night. Shortly after 11 p.m. Wednesday, the South Ogden Fire Department was called to structure fire at a home at 4315 Jefferson Ave. in South Ogden. The


Cougar bringing fear to Utah neighborhood caught, thanks to highly skilled resident

RIVERTON, Utah — A dangerous mountain lion, spotted around the Riverton/Herriman area has been caught, thanks to a highly skilled resident. “Normally I have to drive a long ways away from my house to find the wildlife and in this instance, the wildlife came to my house,” said Riverton resident and h


Ogden man suffers severe burns trying to save 4 dogs, cat from burning home

(KUTV) -- A Utah man is in the hospital after he rushed back into his burning home overnight to save his pets. The South Ogden Fire Department believe a coffee maker sparked the flames at approximately 10:55 p.m.


With major renovation underway, historic Peery Lofts set to reopen in spring

OGDEN — A nearly 110-year-old, historic apartment complex in east-central Ogden is getting a major facelift. The Peery Lofts (formerly the Peery Apartments) are currently being renovated by Fischer Regan Enterprises, LLC and Carbon Architects. They will likely open for occupancy by June.


Cougar sighted in Utah tranquilized, police say

RIVTERON — A cougar was caught and tranquilized Saturday in a Riverton neighborhood Saturday, a day after several sightings were reported to police, according to officials with Utah Division of Wildlife Resources.


North Ogden's Dessert Factory fills gap for crepes, eclairs, cookies and more

NORTH OGDEN — It all started last year after date night at the movies with his wife, Trevor White says. They wanted a snack, something sweet to eat, to top off the night, but to their dismay there was nowhere to go in or around North Ogden, their home town. Nothing that appealed to them, anyway.


Another earthquake hits Utah in Bluffdale, Draper area

DRAPER, Utah — A magnitude 2.6 earthquake hit in Bluffdale Saturday evening. University of Utah Seismograph Stations said the earthquake’s epicenter was near Redwood Road and Iron Horse Blvd.


‘War on coal’ is over, Trump team trumpets, as it approves two Utah mining projects

Proclaiming an end to the “war on coal,” federal land managers delivered a Valentine’s Day gift to Utah’s coal country, announcing the award of a long-awaited lease to Alton Coal Development Co., which needs a 3,581-acre tract to keep operations going at its strip mine west of Bryce Canyon National


Utah woman severely injured in home explosion, fire

HEBER CITY — A woman was severely injured Friday evening after a home explosion and fire, officials said. Crews were called about 6:30 p.m. to the home in a gated community on Lake Pines Drive in Timber Lakes, which is just east of Heber City, said Wasatch County Fire spokeswoman Janet Carson.