UPDATE: The girl who was missing Saturday afternoon was found an hour and 45 minutes after Amber...
Richard Tabura and Guadalupe Diaz were fired from their jobs at a Kellogg Company plant in Clearfield in 2012 because they missed work on Saturdays, as they were honoring their religious beliefs as Seventh-day Adventists and would not work on their Sabbath.
If you’re threatened by an attacker, you shouldn’t have to retreat even if you could reach safety by fleeing, says the sponsor of a bill in the Utah Legislature to amend the state’s stand-your-ground law.
Lynnsie Reddish and Terrance Jones were given credit for the time they have served in the Weber County Jail.
The Weber County Sheriff’s Office posted a photo of the robber on their Facebook page Tuesday afternoon and asked for the public’s help in identifying the suspect.
House Bill 126 — proposed by Rep. Jeremy Peterson, R-Ogden — would allow the state to distribute parolees across the state in community correctional centers that would need to be built.
Members of Blue Line Ladies raise funds to acquire protective vests and have so far donated 44 of them to the Weber County Sheriff’s Office.
UPDATE: The girl who was missing Saturday afternoon was found an hour and 45 minutes after Amber Alert was issued.
People have filed millions of dollars in legal claims against the Davis County Sheriff’s Office, but most cases have been thrown out of court. The exception is a pair of claims totaling $2,262 over some broken doors.
The false nuclear attack warnings in Hawaii and Japan this week have sparked training topics for Utah emergency officials.