SALT LAKE CITY -- City prosecutors on Wednesday considered criminal charges for 26 people arrested after they blocked traffic and the light rail downtown while protesting the sentencing of an environmental activist who thwarted a 2008 government auction of oil and gas leases.
SALT LAKE CITY -- Federal prosecutors don't like the sentencing recommendations made for an environmental activist convicted of interfering with a government auction of oil and gas leases near two of Utah's national parks.
OGDEN -- Weber, Davis and Morgan counties rank near the bottom among the nation's 100 largest metropolitan areas in their share of green jobs, but are near the top in job growth, according to a national report released Wednesday.
CLINTON -- Although the decision is still a few years away, the state is considering a new interchange on Interstate 15 that would lead in to Hill Air Force Base.
The Utah Department of Transportation is conducting an environmental impact study on 1800 North in Clinton and Sunset.
A $1.4 billion project to remove four hydroelectric dams and restore habitat to return Chinook salmon to the upper reaches of the Klamath River amounts to an experiment with no guarantee of success, an independent science review has concluded.
WASHINGTON -- Mining claims threaten to mar the borders of 10 iconic national parks and wilderness areas, particularly the Grand Canyon, where uranium claims have increased 2,000 percent since 2004, according to a new report by the Pew Environment Group.