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Cox holds event for Great Salt Lake, water conservation bills

Editor’s note: This article is published through the Great Salt Lake Collaborative, a solutions journalism initiative that partners news, education and media organizations to help inform people about the plight of the Great Salt Lake — and what can be done to make a difference before it ...

Utah public colleges try three-year bachelor’s degrees

During the 2022-23 academic year, Utah public colleges and universities awarded 19,219 bachelor’s degrees. It was about 100 more than the previous year. But, the Utah System of Higher Education wants to see even better outcomes with a new system: giving students the option to get their ...

Southeastern fast-casual restaurant chain Vicious Biscuit coming to Utah

A small East Coast restaurant chain will be migrating its way west in the near future thanks to a Utahn's vacation. Representatives of Vicious Biscuit announced in a press release that the chain — currently serving South Carolina, North Carolina and Florida — will be opening at least five ...

Local farmer brings Utah-grown citrus to Weber-Davis area

OGDEN — Chad Midgley is passionate about local farming, but your average Utahn might struggle to define his produce as "local." That's because he has been redefining what's agriculturally possible in the Beehive State. Midgley grew up in Davis County and learned the tricks of the farming ...

$61 million in federal funding en route to improve Utah transit

The federal government is injecting almost $61 million for transit projects in Utah. The Utah Transit Authority is planning on using the funds mostly for maintenance programs. The money comes from a $9.9 billion federal funding formula distributed across the country as part of the Bipartisan ...

Hot springs enthusiasts argue for access to Ogden’s ‘hot pots’

OGDEN — The Weber County Sheriff's Office announced last month that it would be enforcing a no-trespassing policy — through a letter of agency agreement with private landowners — in an area where locals and visitors alike have accessed the Ogden River hot springs, located near the mouth ...

WSU researchers investigating impact of gaming on the body

OGDEN — Weber State University's Department of Exercise & Nutrition Sciences has begun working with the school's rising esports program to study the effects on the body of playing video games. The project, launched by Bryan Dowdell, assistant professor of exercise and sport science ...