WASHINGTON — The Trump administration on Thursday ended federal protection for many of the nation’s millions of miles of streams, arroyos and wetlands, a sweeping environmental rollback that could leave the waterways more vulnerable to pollution from development, industry and farms.
SALT LAKE CITY — First the Diesel Brothers. Now 4 Wheel Parts.
SALT LAKE CITY — A lawyer defending the Diesel Brothers in a Clean Air Act enforcement action says attorneys’ fees desired by an environmental group make a farce of the central dispute over illegally modified pickup trucks.
OGDEN — A strip of road alongside Pineview Dam that is especially prone to potentially deadly rock falls will be moved to better protect drivers.
In some zip codes in Northern Utah, half of all homes have radon levels that are too high.
SALT LAKE CITY — Attorneys for an environmental group have recommended that a maximum $4.4 million in Clean Air Act penalties could be assessed against the Diesel Brothers reality TV stars for rigging diesel pickup trucks to foil pollution controls.
The Great Salt Lake has something in common with the planet Mars and the Arctic.
Utah’s snowpack is faring slightly better than it was about the same time last year, but the state needs to accumulate more snowpack this winter due to dry conditions over the summer.
MORGAN COUNTY — A boil water order has been issued for a subdivision in Morgan County.
The Utah Department of Wildlife Resources made some special deliveries to classrooms across Northern Utah Tuesday.
Buried under about 10 feet of snow after an avalanche this week at an Idaho ski resort, Bill Fuzak made peace with his predicament and prepared for death.
DAVIS COUNTY — For an especially good view of the decade’s first full moon Friday, head to Antelope Island.
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — A woman filed a federal lawsuit seeking compensation for damages related to the cancer death of her husband, who was exposed to carcinogenic chemicals for 15 years while blasting paint off military aircraft at Hill Air Force Base.
HARRISVILLE — As a veterinarian in the profession for 20 years, Eleanor Jenson, a resident of North Ogden, has treated many cats and other animals who don’t have owners.
WEST POINT — Hadley Hunting is passionate about the Western way of life, so participating in the Ultimate Cowboy Showdown suited him just fine.
OGDEN — One final Ogden City Council action remains before crews can begin tearing down West Ogden’s iconic and now controversial Swift building.
It’s not common for elementary schools to advance in Samsung’s Solve for Tomorrow Contest, but two from Northern Utah have.
SALT LAKE CITY — Utah has joined seven other western states to recommit to a plan to develop a coordinated grid of electric vehicle infrastructure across the west.
OGDEN — Raquel Juarez participated in a climate strike for the 38th time Friday afternoon.
OGDEN — The City Council has taken the first step in a lengthy, multiphase process that could eventually result in Ogden’s participation in Utah’s Community Renewable Energy Act.
OGDEN — Northern Utah youth will be marching in defense of the planet — and humanity’s existence — for the third time in 2019.
OGDEN — The city of Ogden needs more money to deal with the former Swift buildings.
Utah has a new set of water conservation goals.
The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources opened applications to enter a drawing for the spring 2020 limited-entry turkey hunt on Tuesday, according to a press release.
OGDEN — The operator of a South Ogden automotive garage pleaded guilty to three felony counts for processing documents falsely indicating that as many as 250 or so cars passed state emissions tests, according to court papers.
CACHE COUNTY — The Elk Festival offers a variety of ways to keep your kids busy this Saturday.
BRIGHAM CITY — The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources is hosting another round of meetings across the state to gather public feedback on several wildlife management issues.
OGDEN — A little help is on the way to help Weber County motorists comply with state emissions regulations, part of an initiative to help clean Utah’s air.
Powder is falling from the sky and the mountains are turning white, which means skiing season is almost here — and with it comes avalanche season.
OGDEN — A moment of silence will now be allowed at high school graduations in Ogden School District to remember students who died prior to the event.
SALT LAKE CITY — An attorney for an environmental group on Monday quizzed “Diesel Brothers” reality TV star David Sparks about the marketing motivation and financial results of removing pollution control equipment from trucks he sold.
A community fishing pond in Wasatch Mountain State Park near Midway has been overrun by goldfish.
BOX ELDER COUNTY — Joel Ferry didn’t always want to become a farmer and rancher.
WEBER COUNTY — Ogden Valley’s groundwater is plentiful and of high quality, but it needs to be managed carefully as the valley faces continued growth, according to a new report.
OGDEN — A solid contingent of Ogden residents and others attended Tuesday night’s City Council meeting, asking that the city opt in to Utah’s Community Renewable Energy Act.
A new study from a private company found that Provo produces more carbon dioxide per household and has a larger carbon footprint than any other metropolitan area in the United States.
DAVIS COUNTY — Deer are flying through the sky well before Christmas this year.
LAYTON — The Utah Farm Bureau Federation will hold its 103rd annual convention in Davis County this week.
OGDEN — The city has a new strategy that will guide outdoor and recreational activity in Ogden for the next quarter of a century.
OGDEN — The Ogden City Council continues to discuss a potential path forward with House Bill 411, the ambitious clean-energy program adopted by the Utah Legislature during 2019’s General Session.
SALT LAKE CITY — A federal trial over illegally modified trucks ground to a stop in a flurry of disputed subpoenas and a contempt of court citation against a star of the “Diesel Brothers” reality TV show.
BRIGHAM CITY — When it comes to kids, it turns out brine shrimp are a crowd pleaser.
OGDEN — St. Joseph ninth grader Mercedes Randhahn can perform under pressure.
The Governor’s Office of Energy Development and other groups came together Monday at the Utah State Capitol to voice support for the state moving forward with development of cleaner forms of energy and celebrate Utah’s 11th Alternative Fuels Awareness month.
WEST VALLEY CITY — The thousands of Utahns who cut down their own Christmas trees every year can get an early start on the project by purchasing their permits in November.
LOGAN — When Matthew Havertz set out to make a documentary about the legend of a Bear Lake Monster, he didn’t know there was a member of his family who saw something strange in Bear Lake back in 1977.
OGDEN — It’s best not to put high school senior Olivia Arbogast up to a challenge. Unless you want more than $100,000 in solar panels on your roof, that is.
OGDEN — Northern Utah residents flocked to the community lightbulb exchange that started in September, cleaning out the LED bulbs on offer a month earlier than expected.
OGDEN — The Ogden City Council has approved an agreement that clears the way for demolition of the century-old Swift Building and construction of an aerospace manufacturing operation.
The light geese general hunting season will open Friday.