A breach over the Great Salt Lake’s causeway could be a good thing for billion-dollar mineral...
The trail was cleared and the flag was put up in 1997 but the path became a popular memorial hike to honor 9/11 victims. But the Salt Lake Ranger District says it has to go.
Utah Division of Wildlife Resources officials are seeking information after finding a bull moose they believe was poached in Farmington Canyon.
The latest episode of Out Standing in a Field explores humans’ complicated attitudes toward fire in the Intermountain West and beyond.
A breach over the Great Salt Lake’s causeway could be a good thing for billion-dollar mineral extraction industries, but it’s hard to predict how it will impact ecosystems and the multi-million dollar brine shrimp businesses.
A green waste pile that has grown both in size and controversy since May may finally reach a resolution this weekend.
Autumn equals lots of raking of leaves and making piles, but eventually those piles have to be disposed. It is also the time of year when secondary irrigation water lines need to be drained after service providers shut down the water service, officials said.
There are only three wildlife refuges in Utah (fewer than any other state in the West) — and only one is located in Northern Utah.
Officials say they must weigh costs of more filtration to negligible health benefits, but environmentalists are criticizing water officials for not looking further into the potential chromium-6 threat.