A ground and aerial probe of Utah's notorious wintertime inversions concluded in February after extensive data collection in the first study of its kind in the United States. Researchers hope to peel back the chemistry behind the pollution problem.
A Utah County legislator is sponsoring a bill to keep the names of officers involved in critical incidents secret for months to allow a "cooling-off period" for the public, but a former police chief and a media lawyer say it would do the opposite.
Salt Lake County residents upset about a plan to pave a popular trail gathered Saturday morning to raise awareness of the issue. They say the trail pavement project at Dimple Dell Park threatens the serenity of a place they hold dear.
Matthew Brown, Associated Press | Posted
Feb 25th - 11:04pm
The Interior Department has put on hold changes to how the federal government values huge volumes of coal extracted from public lands, primarily in the Western United States, after mining companies challenged the agency in federal court.
Scores of Sugar House residents shook hands, exchanged smiles and exhaled long-held sighs of relief Saturday at a weekend community event aimed at celebrating the aftermath of a contentious battle to prevent a homeless shelter in their neighborhood.