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Located 36 miles north of Salt Lake City, Ogden served as a major railway hub throughout its history, and still handles a sizable amount of freight rail traffic. Due to its location along major east-west and north-south routes, Ogden was also well used as a passenger railroad junction. The largest employer in Ogden is the Internal Revenue Service, with more than 5,000 employees.

Population: 82865
Local Newspapers: Standard-Examiner
Local Sports Teams: Utah Jazz (NBA) Real Salt Lake (Major League Soccer)
Local Colleges: Weber State University Ogden-Weber Applied Technology College

Zip Codes associated with ogden, utah: 84401 84403 84404 84405 84414
Towns/Cities near ogden, utah : Harrisville Riverdale Roy Washington Terrace Marriott Slaterville

Ogden News
Raising the bar on K-3 reading takes money and explicit focus, specialists tell lawmakers

After Utah lawmakers raised expectations for K-3 literacy in legislation passed earlier this year, district-level educators told the Education Interim Committee Wednesday that meeting those goals takes money and explicit focus from school administrators on improving reading and writing. Ogden School District, for one, has established literacy as one of two overarching goals for the school district.

Ogden district didn't protect student from abusive teacher, lawsuit claims

A former Ogden middle school teacher who would later be convicted of sexually abusing two teenage girls showed a male student a gun and said "he would do something he would regret" if the boy did not take and send nude pictures of classmates, a new federal civil suit alleges. Attorneys for the boy's mother argue in court filings that the Ogden School District violated the civil rights of the now 14-year-old boy and failed to protect him despite a prior complaint.

Police investigating Ogden death as homicide

Residents of an apartment complex called police about 7 a.m, reporting they had seen a body in the walkway near 2600 Monroe Boulevard, said Ogden Police Lt. Tim Scott.

A a life of torture.a Parents tried to hide abuse of 3-year-old with makeup, police say

Prosecutors say the child was emaciated and her wounds covered in makeup. 25-year-old Miller Costello and 23-year-old Brenda Emile could face the death penalty in the death of their 3-year-old daughter Angelina in July 2017.

1 news Ogden couple charged with torturing and murdering their...

The Weber County Attorney's office filed a notice in Second District Court on Tuesday indicating its intent to seek the death penalty against Miller Costello and Brenda Emile, who have been charged with the aggravated murder of their daughter, Angelina Costello Pool Photo) Brenda Emile and her attorney Jason Widdison listen as her second attorney Martin Gravis addresses Judge Michael DiReda during a preliminary hearing Friday, Feb. 9, 2018, in the 2nd District Court in Ogden. Emile and Miller Costello have been charged with aggravated murder in the death of their 3-year-old daughter.

Man dies after being hit by vehicle in Ogden

A 67-year-old man was walking against traffic at 2500 Wall Ave. about 6:30 a.m. when he was struck by a vehicle southbound, according to Ogden Police Lt. Clint Christensen.

At War: The Last Person to See My Father Alive

Last September, after 62 years, I finally met the last person to shake my father's hand, to speak to him, to see him, 7,000 feet in the air. As their B-57 plummeted toward earth, he was the person to whom my father gave the "thumbs up" sign to eject.

Ribbon Cutting For Big Boy Steam Engine

After six months of construction for restoration, the Big Boy No. 4004 steam engine was reintroduced during a ribbon cutting ceremony at Holliday Park on Monday, July 9 with hundreds in attendance.

Ogden police look for person of interest in fatal shooting

Ogden police want to question a man in connection with the June 13 shooting death of a man in a parking lot. Denero Snyder, 23, was shot and killed at 630 23rd Street.

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It's official: Giant Ogden walnut tree is largest in Utah

A little more than 100 years ago, the owners of a new white brick bungalow with a welcoming porch planted an English walnut tree in their backyard. The home and the neighborhood are gone, but the tree is still growing.

UHP releases name of Tooele man killed in SR-36 accident

The Utah Highway Patrol released the name of the Tooele man killed in an accident at the intersection of state Route 36 and Bates Canyon Road last Wednesday.

Officials seek public comment on how to spend $4 billion on Wasatch...

Do you applaud or hate the proposal to add to regional transportation plans $10.8 million for the West Davis Corridor freeway in Kaysville and Farmington - which some resident groups fought but state officials are pushing forward? How about a new $75 million bus rapid transit route from downtown Ogden to Weber State University - sort of a TRAX on rubber wheels where buses often have their own lanes? They are among projects that the Wasatch Front Regional Council is proposing to add to its new 2019-24 Transportation Improvement Program, a step needed for projects to qualify for federal funding. The council is seeking public comment through Aug. 4 on that five-year plan, which is updated annually.

Ogden Twilight concert series tickets to double as UTA fare

Tickets to this summer's Ogden Twilight concert series will double as Utah Transit Authority fare on FrontRunner, TRAX or buses the day of the show. Riders just need to show their concert ticket to bus operators or UTA fare enforcement personnel when asked for proof of payment.

Urban Gondola Idea Resurfaces in Consultant's Plan for City of Ogden

A plan for an urban gondola rising above the city of Ogden is among the ideas advanced in a report commissioned but largely scuttled by county leaders who have spent about $500,000 on economic-development and public-relations contracts since 2015. The project is in consultant Stuart Reid's Weber County Prosperity Plan, which the Standard-Examiner obtained a copy of with a public records request.

A more nuanced understanding of 'journalism' is desperately...

At the Trusting News project , we work to empower journalists to demonstrate credibility by helping people understand journalism. Never has that been more important than today.

It's official: Giant Ogden walnut tree is largest in Utah

In this May 25, 2018 photo, a century-old tree growing in a vacant lot in downtown Ogden, Utah, provides shade on a sunny day. State forestry officials confirmed it is the largest known living English walnut tree in Utah, but the area is slated for redevelopment and the its future remains uncertain.

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