Environment

‘Diesel Brothers’ lawsuit reveals challenges of emissions enforcement in Utah

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A recently filed lawsuit against the personalities on Discovery Channel’s “Diesel...

Environment

Feds grant Rocky Mountain Power millions to build electric vehicle corridor

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Rocky Mountain Power was awarded a $4 million grant to build an electric vehicle charging corridor through Utah, Wyoming and Idaho.


Environment

‘Diesel Brothers’ lawsuit reveals challenges of emissions enforcement in Utah

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A recently filed lawsuit against the personalities on Discovery Channel’s “Diesel Brothers” reveals the challenges of enforcing emissions laws in Utah. 


Environment

Pineview one of three Utah reservoirs put on mercury fish consumption advisory

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Environmental officials have issued fish consumption advisories for three Utah reservoirs after elevated levels of mercury were found in some fish


Environment

No-burn alert issued for Monday in Box Elder, Cache, Davis and Weber counties

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People are asked to not use solid fuel burning devices, reduce or stop open burning, and reduce vehicle use by consolidating trips.


Environment

Discovery Channel 'Diesel Brothers' group sued by Utah environmental advocates

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Davis County-based reality TV personalities on “Diesel Brothers” are facing a federal lawsuit filed by the Utah Physicians for a Healthy Environment.


Recreation

Out Standing in a Field podcast: Changes on the Great Salt Lake

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The Out Standing in a Field science and environment podcast examines the changing world of the Great Salt Lake.


State

Group wants Vermont towns to take stance on Utah Mormon developer's plan

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A group formed to oppose a Mormon Utah businessman's plans for a massive development in central Vermont wants the area towns to take a stance on the project.


Environment

Heavy December snowfall improves Northern Utah's water picture

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With mountains packed with snow, Northern Utah’s water prospects look bright. The National Resource Conservation Service reports the region’s December snowpack sits above historical averages, with plenty more in the forecast.


Local

Eden snowflake photographer points to God for true creativity

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Doug Wewer recognizes that most engineers don’t become artists. But by accident one day, he photographed a snowflake and his interest was piqued. In seven years, he’s photographed thousands of images of snowflakes.


Recreation

Utah's Powder Mountain to tackle climate change during POW Day

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Through a partnership with Protect Our Winters, or “POW,” and Ski Utah, Powder Mountain will host its own POW Day on Jan. 13. Those carpooling and taking public transit to the mountain resort will receive priority parking, a free beanie, a chance to win big prizes and the warm...


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