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.
At 17 years old and with four years of training, Bonneville High School student and Brazilian jiu jitsu competitor Amy Campo is proving her strength in sport through hard work and training.
Okland Contruction gave the media a look at the progress of the $125 million renovation inside the home of the Utah Jazz.
Dominic Landreth was 20 when he was found hanging from a shower at Davis County Jail. He was one of a number of deaths in Northern Utah Jails. In this video, Kristen Landreth talks about her son and his death.
On May 19, a new open-swim course was installed at Pineview Reservoir. The 750-meter course now provides swimmers and triathletes in Northern Utah with a safe place to train.
Wildcat long distance runner Ellie Child had one goal in mind as she prepared for the steeplechase at the NCAA Championships — become an All-American. She was in position to do so after four laps, but then something happened.
Since 1984, Farmington resident Linda Margetts has performed as one of five organists at daily practice sessions and noon recitals on the Tabernacle organ at Temple Square for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The Tabernacle organ, celebrating the 150th anniversary of when it was first played in General Conference, is the subject of a new exhibit at the Church History Museum.
“Our slogan is supporting and encouraging women riders while honoring our veterans” said Karen Collins who started the ride in 2013. The Women’s Freedom Ride starts from South Carolina and traverses 19 states and more than 6,000 miles to raise money for veterans. Each year the group chooses a nonprofit, with this trip benefiting Patriot Rovers Inc.