Jacob Scholl

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Weather

Snowfall, excessive speeds cause dozens of car crashes in Weber, Davis counties

A blanket of snow that fell on Northern Utah Sunday night and Monday morning is credited for a number of car crashes in Weber and Davis counties.


Police & Fire

UTA bus catches fire in South Ogden, no injuries reported

SOUTH OGDEN — A Utah Transit Authority bus caught fire Monday morning in South Ogden, officials say. 


Courts

Court date moved for 2 Ogden teens accused of shooting, killing woman

OGDEN — Two teens accused of killing an Ogden woman appeared briefly in court Friday before having their hearing rescheduled for March. 


Courts

Study: Utah could save money with death penalty ban; bill could make it happen

SALT LAKE CITY — A new study suggests Utah would save money by eliminating the death penalty and imposing life without parole, and a bill proposed in the Legislature this week could make that happen. 


Police & Fire

Weber Sheriff's Office: Fired evidence room worker was 'under the influence'

OGDEN — The Weber County Sheriff’s Office terminated an employee for allegedly being “under the influence” while at work. 


Police & Fire

Clinton police release name of man killed in Monday night shooting

CLINTON — Police have released the name of the man killed Monday night after a shooting in Clinton. 


Courts

Medical examiner says Angelina Costello had brain hemorrhages, cigarette burns

OGDEN — An Ogden couple accused of killing their 3-year-old appeared in court for the second time in a week so prosecutors could review evidence regarding their case. 


Courts

Ogden 3-year-old’s death a ‘horrifying story’ of parental abuse, prosecutor says

OGDEN — The first preliminary hearing for a couple accused of killing their 3-year-old daughter, Angelina Costello, included evidence detailing the alleged abuse and the arrest of a defendant’s mother.


Courts

Lawsuit against Weber County highlights larger issue in Utah court system

OGDEN — A lawsuit filed against Weber County and all three of its county commissioners points to a much larger issue in Utah concerning court-appointed attorneys for death penalty cases. 


Police & Fire

Randy Watt reflects on his first year as Ogden police chief

OGDEN — It has been a little more than a year since Randy Watt took the reins as chief of the Ogden Police Department, and he’s already seen significant changes. 


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