Police & Fire

Ogden Police introduce new tool to file online police reports

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The Ogden Police Department posted an informational video to their Facebook page Thursday morning...

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State death penalty discussion highlights Utah cases, issues

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Tuesday evening, Utah Conservatives Concerned About the Death Penalty hosted a panel event on Weber State’s campus that discussed the current state of Utah’s death penalty system.


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Lawsuit seeks expanded freedoms for Utah's intellectually disabled adults

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The Disability Law Center accuses Utah’s Department of Health, Division of Medicaid and Health Financing, Department of Human Services and the state’s Division of Service for People with Disabilities of fostering a system that restricts residents in intermediate care facilities (ICFs)...


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Heras-Corrales gets prison sentence for murdering girlfriend in 2008

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Nearly a decade after killing his girlfriend and fleeing to Mexico, Gutberto Heras-Corrales has been sentenced to prison for the December 2008 murder of Noemi Rodriguez.


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Weber County disputes allegations in jail death lawsuit

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In documents filed in U.S. District Court, attorneys for Weber County dispute claims that jailers and nurses were negligent in the care of theft suspect Marion Herrera, 40, of Ogden, who died May 22, 2016, while withdrawing from heroin.


Police & Fire

Police investigating body found in Fruit Heights neighborhood

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Police are investigating a body that was found in Fruit Heights Tuesday evening.


Police & Fire

Fire causes $75K in damage to South Weber home

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A Monday fire caused an estimated $75,000 worth of damages to a house in South Weber and displaced two residents and a cat, fire officials said.


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Stranded hiker successfully rescued from Logan Canyon

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Rescue crews were able to lift a stranded hiker out of Logan Canyon and fly him to safety early Monday morning, Jan. 15.


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Maggots, mold and dirt reported in Weber jail food

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Health inspectors looked into reports of maggots, mold, and dirt in jail food, and labels saying “goat head” and “not for human consumption.” The Weber and Davis jails use the same food contractor, Trinity Services Group of Oldsmar, Florida. 


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$2M death claim filed against Davis jail over allegedly withheld medications

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Kara Noakes had a heart condition and needed life-sustaining medicine, an attorney for her family says. But in a $2 million claim, the family blames the Davis County Jail for her death, alleging the jail withheld the vital medicine and she died behind bars less than two days after being arrested on...


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Supplies dropped to stranded hiker in Logan Canyon Sunday evening

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Search and rescue crews dropped supplies to a stranded hiker Sunday evening in Logan Canyon after they were unable to fly him out via rescue helicopter.


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