Recreating along the Jordan River Parkway Trail will be easier now that a map of the trail has been made available.
A group of community leaders from across the state will meet over the next several months to discuss the best methods of
New population projections released by Governor Gary Herbert’s office are showing slower growth than expected in Utah’s Washington County. KCPW’s Charlotte Duren
Nearly five years after the tragic Crandall Canyon Mine disaster that left six miners and three rescuers dead in Utah’s Emery County,
With the debate over the controversial SkiLink proposal and proposed wilderness protections in the background, Mayor Ralph Becker took his push to
$20 million is coming to Utah to help protect one of the state’s most precious resources: water. The funding is going to
Pickle jars, beer bottles and other glass products will soon be recyclable in Salt Lake City. Beginning in October, the city is
Cleanup efforts to remove contamination from Red Butte Creek following the June 2010 Chevron pipeline spill appear to be successful, according to
The Utah Division of Air Quality is looking for businesses and the public to weigh in on how to develop new rules
Crews fighting the Quail Fire near Alpine received some assistance from Mother Nature today in the form of some much needed rain.
Count the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources among the government agencies keeping a close eye on wildfires burning across the state.
Hoping to avert further contamination, Salt Lake City wants the federal Environmental Protection Agency to get more involved in investigating groundwater contaminated
Wednesday marked the first meeting of a 15-member commission tasked with revising Salt Lake County’s Foothills, Canyons Overlay Zone or FCOZ, an
The Wood Hollow Fire burning in Sanpete County has grown to an estimated 37,000 acres with flames reaching as high as 100
Thousands of Utahns got a taste of how dangerous red-flag fire conditions can be over the weekend. A massive wildfire sparked by
State lawmakers received an update today on the progress of a study required by House Bill 148, a law passed this year
Utah Senator Orrin Hatch teamed up with a Wyoming lawmaker Wednesday to highlight his efforts to get the gray wolf removed from
Hundreds of elementary school students are taking lessons outside the classroom this week, learning about environmental stewardship. Salt Lake City developed the
This fall, the University of Utah is extending its campus to a restored ghost town in southern Montana. Mary Tull, Director of
The question of how accessible Utah’s rivers and streams should be remains in the hands of a judge. Monday, a fourth district
Utah Congressmen Jim Matheson and Jason Chaffetz were among House lawmakers voting this morning in favor of a motion to move the
A thumbs up by the Salt Lake County Planning Commission Wednesday means plans to develop a mountain coaster at Snowbird Ski and
A conservation group is appealing the Utah Division of Water Quality’s preliminary approval of a permit for a tar sands project at
Law enforcement officers are getting more serious about enforcing the rules at Parley’s Historic Nature Park. Beginning Monday, Salt Lake County Councilman
Weather experts are warning Utahns of a dry, hot summer, and with that comes an increased risk of fires. Randy Julander, Snow
The Sugar House streetcar line stretching from the heart of the Salt Lake City neighborhood to the TRAX station on 2100 South
Salt Lake County is asking for the public’s advice on transportation issues in Mill Creek Canyon at an open house today.
Federal lands, water and energy are all concerns that not only affect Utah, but the entire Rocky Mountain region. That’s why Utah
Utah Congressman Jim Matheson is pressing the Department of Energy on a five-year contract it awarded last year for the removal of
Conservation groups say the state of Utah’s attempt to take over federal rights of way is a multimillion-dollar poke in the eye