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Bill would apply Utah's open-container alcohol laws to motorized bicycles

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah’s open container alcohol laws are about to apply to bicycles — at least those equipped with a motor.


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UDOT to upgrade 12th and Washington intersection, fix bottleneck

OGDEN — The Utah Department of Transportation has a plan to cut the line of piled up cars often seen at the intersection of 12th Street and Washington Boulevard.


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2019 defense budget calls for F-35 uptick; Hill expects more work

HILL AIR FORCE BASE — Next year’s Department of Defense budget figures to have a big impact on Hill Air Force Base, especially if the Air Force keeps adding F-35s.


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By the time it's built out, BDO employee population will grow by 70 percent

OGDEN — By the time the Business Depot Ogden is built out — a milestone officials say should occur within the next 15 years — the number of employees working at the business park will grow by about 70 percent.  


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Multi-member coalition forms to guide development along Ogden BRT

OGDEN — Funding is still in question, but Ogden City, the Utah Transit Authority and other government agencies are working to shape development around a proposed Bus Rapid Transit project.


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Layton city pushing plan to address three decades of major growth

LAYTON — Additional layers are being added to a comprehensive plan designed to address a major population boom expected for Layton. 


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'Fare war' contributes to Allegiant's decision to axe L.A. to Ogden flights

Editor’s note: This story was updated at 5:30 p.m. 


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BDO expires next year; school district, county, city to get tax dollar influx

OGDEN — In 2019, after more than 20 years, the Business Depot Ogden redevelopment area will expire, sending a torrent of new tax dollars to the Ogden School District, Ogden City and Weber County.


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Ogden City hopes to rebuild airport runways with $5M from FAA

OGDEN — As Ogden City explores ways to make its airport profitable, a large chunk of new money from the federal government would help reconstruct runways.


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Hill Air Force Base pumped $3.4B into economy last year

HILL AIR FORCE BASE — An annual report from Hill Air Force Base shows the nearly 80-year-old military installation had a $3.4 billion influence on the Utah economy last year.


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