Dan Elliott, Associated Press | Posted
Feb 23rd - 6:28pm
Global warming is already shrinking the Colorado River, the most important waterway in the American Southwest, and it could reduce the flow by more than a third by the end of the century, two scientists say.
Alex Cabrero and Xoel Cardenas | Posted
Feb 21st - 9:04pm
Voters in Salt Lake County recently approved a Zoo, Arts, and Parks Bond of which some $4 million is going to trail improvements at Dimple Dell in Sandy. Now many voters say they had no idea what "improvements" meant.
Four local kids under the age of 16 placed in the top 10 during the Bouldering Youth National Championships in Salt Lake City where they were required to climb an indoor rock wall without the use of ropes or harnesses.
Despite losing Outdoor Retailer and its estimated $45 million in annual spending, some Utah lawmakers aren't all that concerned about it. But the same can't be said for some local small businesses who worry about the survival of their life's work.
At this point in the season, our ski days are numbered. However, if you are still planning some upcoming trips to one of our 15 local resorts, here are a few tips and tricks to make your family ski day more successful so you can maximize your time.
Outdoor Retailer officials announced Thursday that after a teleconference meeting with Gov. Gary Herbert and different companies that it will not include Utah in future request for proposals for future show locations.
Talks led by Gov. Gary Herbert to stop the Outdoor Retailer show from leaving Utah over the state's efforts to undo the new Bears Ears National Monument designation came to "sort of a curt finish" Thursday.
Arianne Brown, KSL.com Contributor | Posted
Feb 13th - 11:38am
If you struggle getting your children to enjoy the great outdoors, you're not alone. To help you in your plight, we've brought you six ways to get your children to love the great outdoors which have been proven successful by Utah parents.
Brady McCombs, Associated Press | Posted
Feb 10th - 7:43pm
At least two more outdoor companies said Friday they're following Patagonia's lead and planning to boycott Outdoor Retailer shows held in Utah because of a push by the state's political leaders to rescind the creation of the Bear Ears Monument
Under pressure that the Outdoor Retailer trade show may leave Utah and take with it the millions it pumps into the local economy, Gov. Gary Herbert touted the state's achievements with public lands and said the discussion needs to transcend politics.