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 (AP) — A former San Juan County commissioner has sued a federal land agency after he spent 10 days in jail for trespassing during an illegal all-terrain vehicle protest ride in a closed southern Utah canyon five years ago.
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.
ZION NATIONAL PARK, Utah (AP) — A centennial event celebrating Zion National Park's founding 100 years ago is planned Nov. 19 at Dixie State University in St. George.
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.
SALT LAKE CITY — A rule that would have allowed ATVs on certain roads in Utah’s five national parks including popular red rock country destinations such as Zion and Arches has been scrapped by the U.S. government one week before it was set to take effect.
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.
OGDEN — Weber State won the statewide “water war” challenge by a landslide, earning a $5,000 grant for the department or program most closely connected with water conservation.
OGDEN — A potential alternative has emerged to plans to tear down the historic but badly deteriorated Swift building, currently the site of a major environmental cleanup.
OGDEN — Her years hiking trails, keeping an eye out for trash, have paid off.
OGDEN — In an effort to meet increasing student need for mental health support, Weber State University will continue to offer students, faculty and staff free access to digital mental health support for a second year.
WEBER COUNTY — If you thought Ben Lomond Peak looked snowier than usual this past winter, you weren’t imagining things.
OGDEN — Ogden City has reached a deal to sell the Swift property to a California company that plans to build an aerospace manufacturing operation on the reclaimed hazardous waste site next to the Weber River.
WEBER COUNTY — Arborist Jerry Auble was shocked when he was called in for a job at a residence about three miles up Ogden Canyon in late July.
NORTH OGDEN — As the Village at Prominence Point project proceeds and development encroaches on Coldwater Creek, Spencer Alexander worries what will happen if no one does anything to safeguard the waterway.
The general duck hunt for the Northern duck zone and the dark geese season for the Northern, Wasatch and Eastern Box Elder goose areas open Saturday, Oct. 5.
Residents of Davis and Weber counties who like to fish at their neighborhood ponds are likely to make good catches in the next few days.
Persistent rain and snowfall gradually put an end to statewide severe drought conditions this year and on Monday, Gov. Gary Herbert rescinded an emergency order that lasted nearly an entire year.
With color appearing in the trees and cold, wet weather on the horizon, there’s no denying it — fall is officially here, Northern Utah.
FARMINGTON — Davis County would run a program to restore emission controls on illegally modified pickup trucks under terms of an agreement that hinges on the outcome of an air pollution lawsuit against the “Diesel Brothers” of reality TV fame.
Picture a seed. Some of the smallest seeds in the world are barely the size of dust motes, while other seeds from palm trees can weigh more than a dozen pounds.
Kokanee salmon swim upstream from Causey Reservoir to spawn on Thursday, Sept. 19, 2019. Each fall the fish turns a vivid pinkish red before broadcasting their eggs along the creek bed of the tributaries feeding the lake.
OGDEN — Despite the rainy day, students in junior high, high school and college — as well as recent Weber State grads, who helped organize the march — took to 25th Street as part of the global youth climate strike to protest the lack of political action to counter climate change.
FARR WEST — The cleanup of the old Swift buildings in Ogden has some in Farr West wondering about the new city park taking shape on land previously connected to the prior owner of that Ogden property.
Waterfowl management areas (WMAS) managed by the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources open to the public on Thursday.
SALT LAKE CITY — Businesses, nonprofits and non-state government entities are eligible to apply for grants through the Utah Department of Environmental Quality that will reimburse up to 50% of the cost of purchasing and installing charging stations for electric vehicles.
OGDEN — All the waste at the old Swift complex in west Ogden has been processed and inventoried.
Utah residents can provide feedback on the state’s recently released draft of regional water conservation goals using an online form.
OGDEN — Old television sets doubling as targets for gun enthusiasts have made a return to an area on U.S. Forest Service land popular among target shooters.
OGDEN — Northern Utah residents can exchange 15 used incandescent or compact fluorescent lightbulbs for LED bulbs at no cost during a community lightbulb exchange called Empower Northern Utah.
Residents of Northern Utah can share their thoughts on the state plan to increase bighorn sheep in the region at a meeting that will be held at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 4, at the Brigham City Community Center, 24 N. 300 West.
The Gun Range Fire burns as fire crews work to contain the damage on Friday, August 30, 2019, near Bountiful and Centerville.
DAVIS COUNTY — Hundreds of people have been evacuated from their homes after a wildfire broke out early Friday morning on the mountainside between Bountiful and Centerville.
EDEN — A proposed heliport at Powder Mountain is drawing questions and concerns from some, worried variously that it will disturb the calm of the area and that it caters to too narrow of a demographic.
EDEN — Amid the spent shotgun shells and other bullet casings, a cushion of some sort sat discarded on the ground, shot up and full of holes.
WEBER COUNTY — At the beginning of August, visitors to Pineview noticed dead fish littering the shores and floating in the water.
Most of the lawn varieties in Utah are cool season grasses. This means they thrive during the cool parts of the year, like spring and fall, and then go dormant when it gets hot. When the heat is on, our lawns require quite a bit of water to stay green. They also become more prone to disease …
NORTH OGDEN — Weber County would save some $600,000 a year if it were to contract with Promontory Point Resources to haul the county’s waste to the firm’s landfill, located adjacent to the Great Salt Lake and the focus of simmering concern among environmentalists.
UINTAH — The dream of completing the Bonneville Shoreline Trail is advancing with a flurry of projects in Weber and Davis counties.