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Just before sunset near Page, Arizona, a parade of humanity marched up the sandy, half-mile trail toward Horseshoe Bend. They had come from all over... [Read More]
A railroad causeway built in 1959 cut Utah's Great Salt Lake into two very different lakes, ecologically speaking, as seen in this striking drone footage... [Read More]
Critics have been saying it for months. Under President Donald Trump, Utah's scenic public lands are being sold off to the highest bidder. But if... [Read More]
After one of the hottest and driest summers on record, Utah's water supplies are so low that agricultural water deliveries have been cut short, stream... [Read More]
The creek winding down Emigration Canyon once sustained Mormon pioneers' inaugural crops planted in the summer of 1847 and helped water the Intermountain West's first... [Read More]
Back when his firm Lucid Software Inc. was a startup in 2010, CEO Karl Sun was pressured by his investors to locate to the San... [Read More]
For the first time in the six years since quagga mussels first appeared in Lake Powell, the alien mollusks are now clogging up boat engines,... [Read More]
They come from all over — from Japan and Jordan, from China and Chile, from France and Florida. They come to Utah's national parks, to... [Read More]
Scott Whipperman is a man on a mission. His task brings to mind the mythical figure Sisyphus, condemned to rolling a stone up a hill... [Read More]
EnergySolutions has yet to win permission from Utah regulators to accept depleted uranium, but the radiated-waste handler is seeking exemptions that would allow it to... [Read More]
EnergySolutions has yet to win permission from Utah regulators to accept depleted uranium, but the radiated-waste handler is seeking exemptions that would allow it to... [Read More]
One thing is certain under the major reorganization Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has in mind for the sprawling federal department he oversees: The Bureau of... [Read More]
Scott Whipperman is a man on a mission. His task brings to mind the mythical figure Sisyphus, condemned to rolling a stone up a hill... [Read More]
To address the plague of graffiti in Little Cottonwood Canyon, one group has drafted a plan to reclaim damaged sites and prevent future vandalism. The... [Read More]
The West's coal country has long sought to offset declining domestic coal consumption through exports to Pacific Rim countries. But politically liberal West Coast cities... [Read More]
In the wake of a court ruling reinstating a tribal member's San Juan County Commission candidacy, Navajo Nation officials are pressuring the Utah attorney general's... [Read More]
There could be eight times more coal mining near Bryce Canyon National Park under a revised leasing plan from the Trump administration's Bureau of Land... [Read More]
The storage tanks Washakie Renewable Energy was planning to build while Amanda Brown worked the... [Read More]
Timpanogos Cave, among the most popular attractions in northern Utah, is closing early this season so a long-stalled overhaul of the National Park Service's visitor-staging... [Read More]
After years of complaining about national monuments within its borders, southeastern Utah's San Juan County is now highlighting them in a new branding effort to... [Read More]
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