As the 2017 football season is about to begin, Weber State’s defensive linebackers prepare to dominate the Big Sky Conference.
Two years ago, Utah artist JR Johansen started painting portraits of LDS missionaries that had died during their missions. From his studio in Huntsville, Johansen talks about why.
As the 2017 football season is about to begin, Weber State’s offensive line prepares to dominate the Big Sky Conference.
Hal Golde has been singing since he was 5-years-old. Now at 94, the WWII veteran has no intention of stopping anytime soon. Listen as Golde sings “Indian Love Call” in memory of his wife Mary, and talks about his passion for music.
As the 2017 football season is about to begin, Weber State’s defensive line prepares to dominate the Big Sky Conference.
Angelika Brewer, 20, is a performance poet, born and raised in Ogden, where she currently lives. Winner of this year’s Ogden Pride Poetry Slam, she performed during the third annual Ogden Pride Festival. Brewer is a proud supporter of the local art, music and literary scene and likes to stay involved in her community, she said.
Three cousins from the Ogden area will go up against more than 350 competitors from eleven countries during the Strider Cup World Championship July 22. Two wheels, no pedals; Hundreds of bikers aged 2 to 5.
Police are looking for a male suspect in connection with an armed robbery at a Woods Cross bank that occurred June 19, 2017. Officials think the Woods Cross suspect is also the same suspect police are looking for in connection to recent armed robberies in Bountiful and Nephi.
An Ogden police officer who arrested a Weber County man on April 6 is being sued for injuries the man claims were the result of the officer’s actions. Guy Gailey, 43, filed suit June 29 against officer Rylee Marble. The following bodycam footage was obtained by Gailey’s attorney. It has been shortened and explicit language has been edited out.
Marine veteran and Mountain Ridge Assisted Living resident Belle Willis had one wish on her 94th birthday; driving the community bus. With help from Bonneville high school, the Ogden City Police Department and the “Livin’ the Dream” program, Willis found herself behind the wheel Thursday, July 6. “I’m just floored,” she laughed, “I didn’t think they’d go for it.”
Meet the man bringing dinosaurs back to life. Cliff Green is near the end of a year long project to build a life-size spinosaurus at Ogden’s George S. Eccles Dinosaur Park.