Utah bill could make diesel tests mandatory in pollution-plagued counties

UPDATE, 3:45 p.m. — This story has been updated to reflect the bill’s approval in the Utah House of Representatives. 

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Man shot by Roy police had started to 'make a good life for himself'

ROY — A man shot and killed after a scuffle with police in Roy moved to Utah years ago to turn his life around, according to a friend. 


Out Standing in a Field: Air scientists get new perspective on Utah inversions

The Wasatch Front’s geography causes a unique meteorological phenomenon — and a persistent winter pollution problem. 


'Coyote America' author explains mini-wolves' role as an enduring American icon

Love or loathe them, coyotes are a dogged part of the American landscape.

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Roy police involved in shooting near gas station Tuesday night

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Police seek suspect in Roy credit union robbery

ROY — Police are in search of a man accused of robbing a credit union in Roy.

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Police in search of missing Layton teen possibly abducted by boyfriend

UPDATE: Missing Layton 16-year-old found in Tooele, police say


New state, federal data provides broader picture of Utah immigrant population

Two recently filled public records requests reveal how many people have been deported in the last 15 years and the places of birth for many Utah immigrants.


Weber diesel testing data released after first month of testing

Editors note: Due to a source error, a previous version of this story included incorrect information about vehicle model years that failed the emissions tests. Some diesel vehicles model years 2008 and newer have failed emissions tests in Weber County, though exact numbers are not yet available.


Weber State students 'atmosniff' the sky as part of large-scale inversion study

OGDEN — As scientists from around the nation are in the thick of a massive study of Utah’s wintertime smog, a band of Weber County student scientists are pitching in.

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