News

Many shades of gray

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Fifty shades of gray. I’ve seen them all. No, I’m not referring to the socially...

Local

Local Santa posthumously honored in Ogden's Christmastime kickoff

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Mike Wiggill, who died of brain cancer last February, being honored during downtown Ogden’s Nov. 25, 2017, holiday events.


Local

UDOT: Traffic expected to be thick over Thanksgiving

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The state transportation department says Thanksgiving travel on Interstate 15 will be busier than usual this year.


Local

Restaurants open for Thanksgiving Day 2017

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Whether you’re traveling, celebrating on your own or just looking to avoid the hustle and bustle of not only shopping, but cooking, Thanksgiving dinner, there are several restaurants catering to you.


Local

Thanksgiving Day newspapers go on sale Wednesday

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As Thanksgiving approaches, rumors of Black Friday specials begin to circulate the Internet as some anxiously await the Thanksgiving Day advertisements touting one-day-only deals.


Local

What's closed on Thanksgiving, Black Friday in Northern Utah

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Thanksgiving is not only a time to celebrate with family and friends, but also a time when state and federal services shut their doors for a couple days to enjoy the holiday.


Business

Black Friday still a thing, for now

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WSU economist talks about Black Friday and shopping during the holidays.


Local

Store opening times for Black Friday sales in the Ogden area

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From Bed Bath & Beyond to Walmart, here’s the lineup of Ogden area store openings to begin your Christmas shopping.


Police & Fire

Police: 1 person dead after shooting in Sunset

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One person is dead following a shooting Tuesday afternoon in Sunset.


State

Animal activists disrupt Utah governor's turkey pardon

Activists Disrupt Turkey Pardon

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Two animal-rights activists disrupted the Utah governor’s Thanksgiving pardoning of a turkey Tuesday, rushing the podium and shouting as the CEO of a turkey plant spoke to a crowd of mostly children. The two men rushed past Utah Gov. Gary Herbert and the 40-pound turkey named...


Business

Police warn people not to eat spoiled, trash-picked turkeys

FALMOUTH, Maine (AP) — A Maine police department is warning residents to steer clear of black market Butterballs. The police department in Falmouth reports a Hannaford supermarket had to discard frozen turkeys that thawed out because of a mechanical failure. Police say the problem is that someone...


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