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Government

Caller told FBI Florida shooting suspect 'going to explode'

School Shooting Florida

WASHINGTON (AP) — A woman close to the man charged with killing 17 people at a Florida high school warned the FBI in chilling detail that he had a growing collection of guns and a temper so uncontrollable she worried about him “getting into a school and just shooting the place up.” The Associated...


Local

Art as resistance: Black artist makes Utah debut with new Weber State exhibit

Fahamu Pecou

An internationally renowned artist is bringing his work that combines West African spirituality with concerns about violence and killings of black men to Utah for the first time with a free exhibit at Weber State University.


Entertainment

10-Day Planner: Films, festivals, arts, sports and more

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Looking for something to do? Plan your next 10 days with these events, including films, festivals, visual and performance art, sports and more. 


Food

These are the best Northern Utah restaurants for chips, salsa and nachos

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Ten local restaurants were nominated by Standard-Examiner readers as having the best chips and salsa or nachos.


Local

C-130 will soon be a thing of the past at Hill AFB

A Coast Guard C-130 Hercules, H model, flew into Hill last month for a primary structure inspection by the 572nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron.

In one form or another, the C-130 Hercules has been associated with Hill Air Force Base for more than 50 years.


Government

Riverdale considers 6-field soccer project near Weber River Parkway

Riverdale soccer fields proposal

The Utah Youth Soccer Association wants to build six soccer fields on Riverdale City property south of the city offices. The fields would sit between the railroad tracks and the Weber River Parkway trail. The association would pay for the construction and maintenance and the city would...


Business

Ogden's Union Station hires new development director

Union Station development director

Michael Plowman, who spent over a decade working for Boy Scouts of America, arrives at a time when things at Union Station have been in flux.


Police & Fire

Friday's snow means more crashes on Northern Utah roads

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But the Utah Highway Patrol said they didn’t have as many crashes as from the storm earlier this week.


Police & Fire

Shooting threat reported to Bonneville High intended for a New Mexico school

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A school shooting threat on social media caused concern at schools around Weber County but turned out to be from New Mexico.


Government

Jail deaths reporting bill advances to Utah Senate

Jail Standards

Civil liberties groups are promoting a bill that would require Utah jails to report in-custody deaths, including cases when inmates later die at a hospital.


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