Friday May 17
Utahns flock to Idaho for Powerball frenzy
Dozens crossed the Idaho border and lined up at KJ's Kwik Stop in Malad for the chance to win $600 million.
Fri May 10, 2013
Educators Honored for Helping Hispanic Students
IMAGE de Northern Utah will honor educators from Weber State University and Ogden Weber Applied Technology College during its "Legacy, an Honorary Tribute" event.
Salt Lake Tribune
90-year-old Prussian grandma denied Utah ID as feds search for...
The Salt Lake Tribune) "It's been a hassle for me," said Renate McKitrick. McKitrick, 90, emigrated to the United States from Prussia at age 2, and became a naturalized citizen at the age of 21.
Tue May 07, 2013
Inmate asks judge to toss out confession
Lawyers for former Utah death row inmate Doug Lovell are asking a judge to throw out his previous sworn testimony about how and why he strangled a South Ogden woman in 1985.
Thu May 02, 2013
Salt Lake Tribune
Utah will miss the nuns - and the nuns will miss Utah
Ogden a Northern Utah's five remaining Benedictine nuns could return to their home monastery in Minnesota by the end of June, but, after decades of service in and around Ogden, the community is reluctant to let them go.
Fri Apr 26, 2013
17 soldiers leaving Utah to serve in Kosovo
Less than 24 hours after Utah families welcomed home 150 soldiers from a year-long deployment to Afghanistan, another group of solders is headed out, this time to Kosovo.
UT middle school students get non-violence awards
Lt. Gov. Greg Bell and the Utah Board of Juvenile Justice are honoring a dozen Utah middle school students for their essays on anti-violence. The students will be recognized at an awards luncheon at the Viridian West Jordan Library on Friday as part of Utah's 13th annual "Do the Write Thing Challenge" tied to the National Campaign to Stop Youth ... (more)