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Courts

Judge splits cases for Ogden teens accused of murder, trials will be separate

Daniel Garcia

The two are charged in connection with the death of 47-year-old Maria Sanchez, who died Aug. 14, 2017 — a day after she was shot in the head while asleep in her Ogden home.


Education

Utah Black Agenda seeks to improve quality of life of black Utahns

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The agenda seeks changes in education, criminal justice system and health and environment. It also pushes for community and economic development and support for black youth and seniors.


Politics

North Ogden hopefuls for Utah House seat focus on tax stewardship, spending

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Kyle Andersen and Lisa Roskelley face off in the June 26 Republican primary for the District 7 seat, held by Justin Fawson before he stepped down.


Local

Roy leaders mull proposed $537K ice rink near Christmas light display

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The idea is part of the 2019 budget proposal, which city officials take up for adoption on Tuesday.


Police & Fire

Cache Sheriff refers 5 people for criminal charges after campsite tirade

Wyatt Pack

Five adults have been identified and referred to the Cache County Attorney’s Office for criminal charges in connection with a tirade caught on video over Memorial Day in Blacksmith Fork Canyon. 


Local

Weber County GOP picks replacement to fill Kerry Gibson's county commission seat

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Gibson stepped down earlier this month to take a job at the Utah Department of Natural Resources, leaving the post vacant.


Entertainment

Summer Solstice celebrations in Northern Utah

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The longest day of the year arrives on Thursday, June 21. Celebrate it and the changing of the seasons with these events in Northern Utah


Government

Ogden company settles with feds over alleged discrimination law violations

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Setpoint Systems, an engineering company located at 2835 Commerce Way, only hired U.S. citizens and refused to “consider otherwise qualified non-U.S. citizens.”


Police & Fire

Search and rescue crews find body of Logan man near Newton Dam

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Cache County Search and Rescue announced they have recovered the body of a swimmer that went missing around 5:30 p.m. Saturday near the Newton Dam.


Courts

Farmington man claims child rape laws are 'unconstitutional,' loses appeal

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In April 2016, a jury found the man guilty of 10 felony counts, including one count of rape of a child, one count of sodomy of a child, and three counts of aggravated sexual abuse of a child, all first-degree felonies.


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