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Facebook news feed changes: How to make sure you don't miss local news

Facebook news feed changes

The changes are yet to take effect but you can still miss news if Facebook doesn’t let you...

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Incentivized development: Ogden officials say it's needed to spur development

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After getting the blessing of Weber County and the Ogden School District, the city is on the verge of approving another tax-payer incentivized redevelopment area.


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Northern Utah Women’s March returns Saturday to Ogden

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It’s been one year since millions of Americans stood up for women’s rights in what was likely the largest single-day demonstration in recorded U.S. history. The Women’s March returns for 2018 with new goals.


Government

What happens to Utah when the government shuts down?

Trump Budget Battle-7

Here’s how Ogden’s IRS buildings, Hill Air Force Base and other federal operations and employees could be affected: 


Local

Women from Ogden, Morgan and Huntsville named 2018 Mothers of the Year

American Mothers Inc. names three mothers of the year

The local chapter of American Mothers, Inc., has named three area Mothers of the Year for 2018.


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Facebook news feed changes: How to make sure you don't miss local news

Facebook news feed changes

The changes are yet to take effect but you can still miss news if Facebook doesn’t let you know it exists. 


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Ogden's Youth Futures homeless shelter expanding to St. George

New St. George Youth Futures site planned for opening in March

Youth Futures officials expect a new St. George facility to open as soon as March.


Local

Weber, Davis counties need volunteers to help find and count the homeless

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Numbers of homeless may be up this year thanks to Salt Lake City’s Operation Rio Grande.


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Group working to bring Outdoor Retailer back to Utah after 2017's messy exit

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It’s been almost a year since the Outdoor Retailer trade show announced it would be leaving Utah after two decades.


Entertainment

Northern Utah theater: See 'Pride and Prejudice' and more

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Theaters around the Ogden and Salt Lake area are presenting classic plays like “Pride and Prejudice” and “To Kill A Mockingbird,” as well as new plays.  


Courts

Layton man sentenced to prison for shooting, killing roommate in 2016

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Fritz pleaded guilty in November to shooting 24-year-old Taylor VanCamp multiple times in their Layton home on Dec. 19, 2016.


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