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Study details impacts to Utah if Colorado River runs dry

Amy Joi O'Donoghue  |  posted Jan 15th - 8:06pm
A new study commissioned by Protect the Flows looks at what life would be like for a year without water from the Colorado River in the seven basin states. Impacts are dissected for Utah and by consequences to individual sectors, such as real estate.
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Avalanche beacons serve as potential life-saving devices for plow drivers

Jed Boal  |  posted Jan 13th - 7:12am
As snow continually piles up, this usually means a full day for UDOT plow drivers. Because drivers constantly confront hazardous conditions, they also come equipped with potential life-saving devices — avalanche beacons.
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Dreaming of a white Christmas? Go West

Scott Mayerowitz, Associated Press  |  posted Dec 25th - 9:46am
If it's a white Christmas you're after, you'd better follow this familiar advice: Go West.
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UDOT plow truck drivers work round-the-clock with new snow

Nkoyo Iyamba  |  posted Dec 22nd - 8:41pm
Big and Little Cottonwood Canyons received at least a few inches of snow combined. UDOT plow truck drivers are now on-call 24 hours a day to handle the snow.
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Rain, low pressure system, to continue through Monday

Pat Reavy  |  posted Dec 21st - 7:10pm
A storm system from the Northwest that began dumping rain on northern Utah continued on Sunday and is not expected to finish until Monday night.
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Utah off to its warmest December start in decades

Andrew Adams  |  posted Dec 8th - 10:19pm
It's been anything but a typical December in the Beehive State, with the month off to its warmest start in 75 years.
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November storms help with snowpack

Amy Joi O'Donoghue  |  posted Dec 7th - 10:20pm
Utah's snow accumulation since October has been about average, but some troubled areas of the state — including southern Utah and Tooele County — remain extremely dry.
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UDOT finds cost-effective, efficient ways to clear snowy roads

Jed Boal  |  posted Nov 25th - 7:01am
In an average winter, the Utah Department of Transportation spends $5 million on salt to clear roads of ice and snow. Over the past dozen years, or more, it has found ways to stretch the salt to save taxpayer dollars and clear the roads efficiently.
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Avoiding costly winter driving mistakes

Nkoyo Iyamba  |  posted Nov 24th - 9:27pm
There are some common mistakes drivers make on Utah roads that can cost them money or their lives.
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Iron County town readies for another '500-year rainstorm'

Alex Cabrero  |  posted Nov 1st - 7:41pm
The city of Enoch is installing a new drainage system designed to handle a storm like the one that hit the area in August of 2012. A storm of that magnitude, experts said, only happens about once every 500 years.
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