Around 8:40 a.m. on Monday, local law enforcement agencies responded to a fatal car accident at the intersection of 1800 North and 1000 West in Logan.
A man who was arrested on Saturday after allegedly stealing a truck from a gas station and crashing into a townhome, damaging gas lines and displacing neighboring residents, has been charged in 1st District Court.
A barn fire in Mendon may burn into the weekend after firefighters knocked down the initial blaze late Thursday night.
A Newton couple walked away with only “minor scratches” after a plane crash in Richmond on Monday.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — A climber was killed and another was seriously injured when they were hit by a falling block of glacier ice in Alaska’s Denali National Park and Preserve, an official said Friday.
RIGBY — A sixth-grade girl brought a gun to her middle school, shot and wounded two students and a custodian and then was disarmed by a teacher, authorities said.
Rigby Middle School in eastern Idaho was evacuated Thursday morning after a shooting was reported at the school.
The solo occupant of a Cadillac was pronounced dead at the scene after being struck broadside by a box truck on Monday morning.
Firefighters from several agencies spent more than three hours fighting an out-of-control ag burn in Lewiston on Monday — a scenario that’s played out several times this spring due to dry and windy conditions.
The driver of a pickup truck that rolled from the highway and into the river in Logan Canyon on Saturday evening has died, according to the Utah Highway Patrol.
A traffic accident at 1000 North and 200 East caused a power outage in Logan on Thursday evening.
Cache County Search and Rescue and first responders recovered the body of a man believed to have died in a snowmobile accident in Logan Canyon on Wednesday.
Logan City Police say a construction worker was seriously injured after plummeting five stories at a construction site on Wednesday.
A car crash on Thursday in the Mount Pisgah area has resulted in the death of one person, according to Cache County Sheriff’s Office.
A explosion that occurred while a man was relighting his furnace caused a fire that destroyed a home on Maple Creek Road in Franklin County on Tuesday.
In the shadows of the COVID-19 pandemic is a more silent epidemic: mental health and suicide.
A Nibley home was destroyed by fire Sunday.
The rate at which coronavirus is spreading locally continued to fall from its post-holiday heights on Monday.
People with COVID-19 vaccination appointments with the Bear River Health Department may have the chance to bump them up sooner in order to take up slack in the schedule that opened up due to unexpected extra doses.
The Zurchers party supply store in Logan will be temporarily closed due to a large flood on Thursday that damaged product and equipment.
Update: Logan Canyon is open for travel.
UPDATE: Both highways have reopened, but chains or other traction devices are required in Sardine:
A teenager is stable after receiving a “significant impalement” during an accident in Green Canyon on Monday, according to authorities.
A snow biker buried by an avalanche was rescued by his fellow riders near Franklin Basin on Friday, according to the Utah Avalanche Center.
A Nibley house fire extinguished early New Year’s Eve reignited overnight, causing extensive damage but no reported injuries.
For anyone who witnessed it, a scene in Logan traffic on Tuesday must have seemed like something out of a bizarre dream.
Firefighters responded to a fire at a detached shed in Amalga on Wednesday afternoon.
The first shipments of COVID-19 vaccinations have been delivered to Utah Valley Hospital and the LDS Hospital, and Logan Regional Hospital will be following suit soon — perhaps even by Thursday.
The rate of newly reported COVID-19 infections continued to climb Saturday in the Bear River Health District, while a dip in tests performed appears to be contributing to a rise in the percentage of tests coming back positive.
After declining over the last week of November, the rate of new COVID-19 cases in the Bear River Health District rose again over the first few days of December.
Firefighters made quick work of a haystack fire in Smithfield on Wednesday afternoon.
Two new deaths attributable to COVID-19 were reported in the Bear River Health District on Tuesday, one each in Cache and Box Elder counties.
The rate of newly reported COVID-19 infections dropped over the week of Thanksgiving, but local, state and national officials are worried that the holiday may lift rates again in the coming weeks.
Newly reported COVID-19 cases continued to drop Thanksgiving Day, as the rolling 7-day average hit 186 new cases daily, down from a peak of 215 last Friday.
The rate of new coronavirus cases in the Bear River Health District continued to dip Wednesday, and two more deaths were reported from Box Elder County.
The Bear River Health District reported an average of about 210 new daily cases over the seven-day period ending Tuesday.
In light of the coming holiday and rising case counts, local physicians are urging the public to adhere to the same five guidelines of mitigating COVID-19 spread as they have throughout the pandemic.
Estimated active cases of COVID-19 were still going up in the Bear River Health District as Gov. Gary Herbert's restriction on social gatherings is set to expire.
The second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic continued in Northern Utah as the Bear River Health Department reported an average of 205 new cases a day for Saturday and the six days preceding.
The rate at which the Bear River Health District is reporting new cases of COVID-19 continued to rise Friday, averaging 215 new daily cases over the past seven days.
The Bear River Health Department reported 259 new cases Thursday, bringing the 7-day rolling average up to about 191 new cases a day.
The Bear River Health Department unveiled a new COVID-19 reporting dashboard on Tuesday with the aim of providing more nuanced data to the public.
The recent spike in COVID-19 infections continues in the Bear River Health District as the 7-day rolling average of new daily cases neared 200 on Monday.
Bear River Mental Health is in “dire need” of qualified health care providers in order to keep up with increased calls for service and is expected to receive funding increase to help.
Cache County has one more death attributed to COVID-19, according to health officials.
A backlog of COVID-19 reports that originally didn't list county data were reported Saturday, artificially inflating some already high numbers in the Bear River Health District and statewide in Utah.
Just one week after Utah’s record for largest single-day increase in COVID-19 cases, Thursday shattered the previous record with 3,919 new confirmed cases. Bear River Health District saw a similar spike with 208 cases on Thursday and 252 on Friday.
The Bear River Health District continues to report newly confirmed COVID-19 cases at an accelerating rate, with more than 200 cases reported both on Friday and Thursday.
The Bear River Health District broke its previous record for newly reported COVID-19 cases Thursday, with 208.
While it's too early to tell whether Utah's new state of emergency will have any effect on the COVID-19 pandemic, the Bear River Health Department continues to report increasing rates of the virus.
The governor of Utah declared a new state of emergency and announced new restrictions Sunday night aimed at getting a handle on the current wave of the novel coronavirus overwhelming hospitals in the state.
An accident above Rick’s Springs in Logan Canyon had crews working to pull a semi tractor-trailer and several 1,400 pound paper rolls out of a ditch on Friday.
In light of COVID-19 case counts that continue to break records, the local health department is concerned about trends in Cache County and how they’re affected by events not following precautions.
A woman from Beaver Dam who died last Wednesday after her vehicle collided with a semi truck in Riverside was the sister of a Utah Highway Patrol trooper who died in the line of duty nearly four years ago.
The novel coronavirus continues to spread locally, with the Bear River Health District setting new records for case counts over the weekend.