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Thunderbirds likely to perform at Hill AFB air show

HILL AIR FORCE BASE — The U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds announced Wednesday they have resumed flying operations following the death of one of the team’s F-16 pilots.


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Residents file lawsuit against UDOT's Davis County U.S. 89 expansion

SALT LAKE CITY — A group of Davis County residents opposing the pending expansion of U.S. 89 is suing the Utah Department of Transportation, hoping to halt construction on the major overhaul, which is slated to begin next year.   


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Potential housing at 12th Street development could signal future residential growth

OGDEN — New housing options could soon start popping up along one of Ogden’s busiest commercial corridors.


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UDOT plans to fix busy freeway arterial 2700 North next year

FARR WEST — A fix is coming for an increasingly clogged freeway choke point in northern Weber County, but it won’t happen until next year.


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As repair decision looms, city eagerly awaiting bids for Marshall White pool fix

OGDEN — Ogden City is still uncertain about how much it will cost to save the Marshall White Center’s pool, but the facility’s fate could ultimately lie in the hands of the community.


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Pentagon stops taking F-35s from Lockheed, Hill AFB impacts unknown

HILL AIR FORCE BASE — The Pentagon has stopped accepting deliveries of the F-35 from Lockheed Martin, but it’s unclear how the stalemate will impact two major operations involving the next-generation fighter at Hill Air Force Base.


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Military test range 'enhancement' and nearby public land closures nearly finalized

HILL AIR FORCE BASE — One final hurdle remains before the Air Force can begin limited closures of public lands just outside the Utah Test and Training Range. 


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24th Street bridge overhaul to be scaled way back with $17M cut

OGDEN — A major overhaul of the 24th Street bridge won’t happen after all.


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Construction far from over at Ogden River redevelopment area

OGDEN — While a major segment of the Ogden River redevelopment project will wrap up this summer, construction there is far from over.


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Demolition of Swift Building delayed while Ogden City tries to secure federal grants

OGDEN — Demolition of west Ogden’s conspicuous Swift Building will be delayed while the city searches for federal funding.


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