Should the 1.35-million acre Bears Ears Monument designation remain intact or should it be rescinded or the boundaries altered as the result of a review by the U.S. Department of Interior? A public comment period ends Friday.
A 17-year-old boy was ordered Thursday to stand trial for aggravated murder after police say he violently beat a staff member to death while attempting to escape from a rehabilitative youth ranch in southern Utah.
Carter Williams and Marc Giauque | Posted
May 25th - 7:27pm
In the summer of 1943 during the middle of World War II, a plane carrying six military members headed to Colorado crashed in a forest just outside of Loa. 74 years later, their legacy is being remembered with a new memorial.
Brady McCombs, Associated Press | Posted
May 25th - 6:05pm
Two major outdoor recreation trade shows are merging to create one mega winter expo. Emerald Expositions has acquired the SnowSports Industries America Snow Show held each winter in Denver. Emerald also produces the Outdoor Retailer show.
As families head for the water this weekend the Utah Department of Health is urging everyone who will be playing at pools and in open water to be cautious in light of 42 drowning-related deaths over the past five years.
Joseph Witham, St. George News | Posted
May 22nd - 10:14am
The National Weather Service in Salt Lake City has issued a hazardous weather outlook as the cool temperatures and moisture of last week are expected to make way for higher than average May temperatures, leading to an increase in snowmelt and swelling waterways.
Lately, most of the news coming out of that area involves the Bears Ears National Monument or the sheriff and a couple of his associates being charged with crimes. However, there are a lot of positive things happening — if you know where to look.