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50-year-old man accused of setting fire in Bountiful apartment complex

BOUNTIFUL — Police have arrested a 50-year-old man who they say purposely started a fire in a Bountiful apartment complex Saturday night. 


Local

Medical issue causes Southwest flight to make emergency landing in Ogden

OGDEN — A medical issue caused a Southwest flight bound for Salt Lake City to make an emergency landing Sunday afternoon in Ogden. 


Police & Fire

Davis County DA determines July 4 police shooting in Centerville was justified

CENTERVILLE — The Davis County Attorney’s Office has declined to press charges against a Utah Highway Patrol sergeant who shot and killed a man in Centerville after a police chase on July 4, 2017.


Courts

Former South Ogden man loses appeal with Utah Supreme Court on kidnapping charge

SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Supreme Court ruled against a former South Ogden man that claimed he had ineffective counsel during a 2013 jury trial. 


Courts

Trial moved again for former McKay-Dee nurse blamed for 2015 hepatitis outbreak

SALT LAKE CITY — A federal jury trial has been moved again for a former McKay-Dee Hospital nurse accused of causing a hepatitis C outbreak in 2015.


Police & Fire

Layton man accused of voyeurism, police want other victims to come forward

Editor’s note: A previous version of this story incorrectly identified the business where Shack was seen near a restroom.


Courts

2 Davis County judges to step down later this year

FARMINGTON — Utah’s 2nd Judicial District will soon have two benches to fill. 


Courts

Ogden couple accused of killing child pleads not guilty, will be held until trial

OGDEN — An Ogden couple accused of killing their daughter in 2017 both formally pleaded not guilty Monday in connection to aggravated murder charges.


Police & Fire

Man accused of sexual abuse over 5 years, booked in jail on 15 felony charges

OGDEN — Police have arrested a man accused of sexually abusing a child over the past five years. 


Courts

State audit finds shortcomings in state's online court records system

SALT LAKE CITY — A periodical audit of Utah’s Administrative Office of the Courts by the State Auditor’s Office found areas of internal control it said needed improvement. 


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