Ogden

Couple from Ogden, UT pleads not guilty for death of toddler
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An Ogden couple accused of killing their 3-year-old daughter last year have pleaded not guilty to aggravated murder.

25-year-old Miller Costello and 23-year-old Brenda Emile entered their pleas in a northern Utah courtroom Monday.

An Apartment in Ogden City Caught Fire After Aggravated Arson
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A 56-year-old Ogden woman with a criminal history is accused of intentionally starting a fire that critically injured her boyfriend and damaged six apartment units.

Kristilynn Thompson was booked into the Weber County Jail shortly after the fire in Ogden Tuesday. She was charged in 2nd District Court Wednesday with aggravated arson and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Worker killed in accident at Ogden plant
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Pet food company American Nutrition says one of its workers has been killed in an accident at the company's northern Utah plant.

American Nutrition CEO Bill Behnken says 33-year-old Raul Ortiz of Roy was killed around 3 a.m. Tuesday while working on a packing line at the Ogden plant.

Worker killed in accident at Ogden plant
en.wikipedia.org

Pet food company American Nutrition says one of its workers has been killed in an accident at the company's northern Utah plant.

American Nutrition CEO Bill Behnken says 33-year-old Raul Ortiz of Roy was killed around 3 a.m. Tuesday while working on a packing line at the Ogden plant.

801Rocks

Mental health can be difficult to discuss, which is why McKay-Dee Hospital in Ogden wanted a more approachable way to address the topic. 

witf.org

One person is dead and another in custody after Ogden Police officers opened fire Tuesday night during a burglary investigation that happened in a parking garage of a popular part of downtown Ogden.

thebanyancollective.com

“The Bach is not the problem and the audience is not the problem. The problem is the context,” said Gabriel Gordon, creator and artistic director of NEXT Ensemble, a chamber music collective aiming to change the way audiences think about classical concerts.