posted Jun 10th - 12:19am
With our great summer weather, it's time to head outdoors. Not only can you see dome of the very best musicals at Tuacahn this season in Southern Utah but also at the Shakespeare Festival in Cedar City.
posted May 10th - 7:52am
The first of the concrete to build the Flaming Gorge Dam was poured in 1960 -- the dam was completed two years later making it one of the largest in the American West.
posted May 10th - 7:51am
The Green River is 730 miles long...with about 450 of it running right through Utah. And you will find the most fishing occurs in Utah on a stretch that runs about seven miles from the Flaming Gorge dam to Little Hole.
posted May 10th - 7:24am
A trip to Flaming Gorge wouldn't be complete without finding the best eats.
posted May 3rd - 8:57am
From the mighty Colorado River to the famed slickrock, Moab Utah is a top destination of thrill seekers.
Jenn Hardman | posted Jun 18th - 7:26am
You already know that REI has a lot of gear and clothing for whatever adventure you are going on but you may not know about the free classes they offer.
Jenn Hardman | posted Jun 17th - 7:23am
Eating out doesn't have to be unhealthy and local restaurant Blue Lemon has a healthy dish for us today for our Your Life Your Health series - along with how you can raise money for the Utah Adoption Exchange.
Scott Haws | posted Jun 14th - 7:59am
Keeping fit is hard. Keeping fit while on vacation is even harder.
posted Jun 14th - 7:55am
When you think of "pets", usually something furry comes to mind, like a cat or a dog or maybe even a bird. Scaly usually isn't one of those things.
Jenn Hardman | posted Jun 14th - 7:33am
This Saturday, KSL is teaming up with the Utah Foster Care Foundation to get kids reading and having fun at the same time.
Jodi Saeland | posted Jun 13th - 8:10pm
Hiking, swimming and lounging around are all fine, but what about exploring new ideas and camps for the kids this summer? Jodi Saeland takes us to the Aerial Arts of Utah.
Jennifer Hardman | posted Jun 13th - 12:35pm
Certain turning points in humankind's history have been defined by the creation or discovery of something profound.
Jenn Hardman | posted Jun 12th - 7:23am
He is fresh of the hit TV show, "The Voice," and lives right here in Utah. All four judges turned their chairs around for Ryan Innes and he chose team Usher.
posted Jun 11th - 4:08am
Now that the kids are out of school and you are looking for things to do, how about a day at Lagoon?
Dave Noriega | posted Jun 11th - 4:06am
Before Dorothy donned the red shoes and skipped off to Oz - Oz himself had to get settled in.
Jenn Hardman | posted Jun 10th - 12:58am
It's down to the Final Four this Tuesday to see which band will open for Kelly Clarkson at Stadium of Fire on July 4.
Jenn Hardman | posted Jun 6th - 7:07am
When you go to Disneyland you know about half of Utah is there with you as well. Jenn Hardman takes to Main Street USA to see what Utahns think of the park.
posted Jun 6th - 6:53am
We're a little over a week away from Father's Day - and if you've got a picky dad to shop for - look no further. From Toad's Treasures - Emily Ashby joins us with gift ideas for even the pickiest dad around.
Jay Mcfarland | posted Jun 6th - 6:44am
School is out, but that doesn't mean your child is done learning. A few apps that can teach your child how to become a techno genius and avoid the summer brain drain.
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