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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
Shots fired at home hit Ogden woman sleeping in bed

An Ogden woman was hospitalized in critical condition Sunday after police say a bullet struck her as she was asleep in bed. Officers were dispatched to reports of shots fired near 300 28th Street shortly after midnight Sunday.

Shupe and the RubberBand to close out Fridays on Vine

Tooele's Aquatic Center Park will be the place to be on Friday night for those who delight in barbecue, enjoy the music of Ryan Shupe and the RubberBand and are fond of the Disney movie "Moana."

Case challenging 'extreme' Ogden gang rules moves ahead

A federal judge has refused to toss out a lawsuit from two Utah men who say they were falsely labeled as gang members under sweeping city rules that forbid alleged members of an Ogden street gang from being seen together in public. U.S. District Judge Clark Waddoups sided with the American Civil Liberties Union of Utah in the Monday ruling.

Missing Utah man charged with three counts of murder

Missing Utah man charged with three counts of murder one after gunning down his wife, mistress and her daughter, after his spouse caught him cheating Cheryl Baker, 57, was found dead in a wooden shed outside the new farmhouse she bought with her pilot husband Gerald 'Mike' Bullinger, 60 Bullinger had told his wife he was fixing up the property for her to move in, but was actually living a second life with his mistress Baker's body was found alongside Bullinger's lover Nadja Medley, 47, and her teen daughter Payton, 14, on June 19 Colleagues of the school teacher said Baker had spoken glowingly about moving to Idaho and retiring to the countryside A pilot who went on the run for two months after allegedly shooting dead his wife, his mistress and her daughter when he was caught cheating, has been charged with murder.

Utah man charged with murder after 2 more bodies identified

Prosecutors have charged a missing Utah man with three counts of first degree murder after two additional bodies found near a rural Idaho farmhouse were identified as 14-year-old Payton Medley and her mom, 48-year-old Nadja Medley. A third victim, Cheryl Baker, was identified on June 30. All three women were from Ogden, Utah and the bodies of all three were found shot to death and hidden in a shed outside a Caldwell, Idaho home that had been recently purchased by Baker and her husband, Gerald Michael Bullinger.

a What the Grim Reaper carriesa : Scythe-wielding man terrorizes store clerk

A Utah convenience store clerk told KSTU she may quit her late shift after a scythe-wielding man walked in early Tuesday morning and threatened to kill her. The man first entered the Maverik convenience store in Ogden, Utah and threatened an employee.

A.M. Best Upgrades Issuer Credit Rating of Great Western Insurance Company

A.M. Best has upgraded the Long-Term Issuer Credit Rating to "bbb+" from "bbb" and affirmed the Financial Strength Rating of B++ of Great Western Insurance Company . The outlook of the Long-Term ICR has been revised to stable from positive, while the outlook of the FSR is stable.

a What the Grim Reaper carriesa : Scythe-wielding Utah man terrorizes store clerk

A Utah convenience store clerk told KSTU she may quit her late shift after a scythe-wielding man walked in early Tuesday morning and threatened to kill her. The man first entered the Maverik convenience store in Ogden, Utah and threatened an employee.

WWII vet who loved to dance, Fred Thomas, 99

He was born in Ogden, Utah, to Lebanese immigrants Azeezie Malouf and Ed Maalouf Thomas, on Oct. 31, 1917. He was preceded in death by his wife Marie , his longtime companion Theresa Cirino, brothers Woodrow and Raymond, and his sister Juliet.

Odd sounds, altitude struggles seen before small plane crash on I-15

A plane that slammed into an interstate highway in Utah started making strange sounds during takeoff and apparently struggled to stay at altitude before the crash that killed four people , according to a report from federal investigators. The plane carrying four friends on vacation crashed four seconds after pilot Layne Clarke radioed to tell air traffic controllers he was going down, according to the preliminary report by the National Transportation Safety Board.

Ogden police arrest scythe-wielding man after store threats, brief SWAT standoff

Police say a crazed, scythe-wielding man was behind bars Thursday after having sent an Ogden convenience store clerk scurrying for cover after threatening to killer her. Ogden police Lt.

Metro Group acquires fellow Utah recycler

Salt Lake City, Utah-based Metro Group Inc. has announced it has acquired the assets and location of Allied Metals Inc., of Ogden, Utah. This is the third company Metro Group has acquired within the past 12 months.

Robbers Roost offered seclusion, security to Cassidy, other outlaws

Judy Silbernagel examines the remains of a rock chimney at Robbers Roost, all that is left of a cabin that was once frequented by Butch Cassidy and others. Photo by Bob Silbernagel Hikers enjoy the greenery at Roost Springs, about a half-mile west of the rock chimney at Robbers Roost.

Utah biologists work to save boreal toads from extinction

This July 12, 2017, photo, Tyler Arnold holds an adult boreal toad found in the Monte Cristo Range, Utah. Biologists in Utah are working to save native boreal toads from extinction in the face of habitat destruction by humans and competition from invasive species like bullfrogs.

Wasatch Front Ice Cream Tour - fifth stop: Farr Better Ice Cream

The company's original roots are in the ice industry in the late 1800s, but when refrigerators made ice harvesters and ice producers obsolete, Farr Better Ice switched gears. It became Farr Better Ice Cream in 1929, according to its website , when it started the first commercial ice cream manufacturing operation in Utah and began selling ice cream in a shop connected to its plant in Ogden.

Woman takes on role of interviewing child abuse victims

In this Monday July 17, 2017 photo, Anastasia Pili, forensic interviewer for the Children's Justice Center goes over the various equipment in the monitoring room at the center in Ogden, Utah. The space allows for law enforcement involved in a case or the CJC to observe a child's interview as it happens.

Friends remember couples killed in I-15 plane crash as generous, inspirational

Two weeks before they died in a tragic and shocking plane crash onto I-15, Layne Clarke and Perry Huffaker took an unplanned moment to share their love for their wives and children with a youth group from their church. The two men were helping lead a pioneer trek for youths from their LDS Church congregations, reenacting part of the journey early members of the faith made to Utah pulling handcarts.

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