Jeff Richards, St. George News | PostedAug 9th - 1:41pm
With Utah and other western states experiencing yet another devastating wildfire season, Utah Gov. Gary Herbert said he believes the state can do a better job of managing its own forests and that he plans to petition the federal government to allow that to happen.
It's mating season for tarantulas so the males are out and about at Zion National Park. Park officials say they are a rare sight and are docile creatures. Their venom is considered non toxic to humans but give them wide berth if visiting the park.
A Navajo man will be put back on the ballot for a Utah county commission seat after a judge sided with him Tuesday in his lawsuit against a county that disqualified him in the first election since a judge ruled local voting districts were illegally drawn based on race.
A day after the Iron County Attorney's Office concluded that an Enoch police officer was not legally justified when he shot a woman holding a screwdriver, the Enoch Police Department says that officer's actions were appropriate.
Mikayla Shoup, St. George News | PostedAug 7th - 1:38pm
The Zion National Park Forever Project’s centennial edition of the 2019 Field Guide to Forever Projects was released July 25, outlining the goals the program has for “protecting forever, improving today and informing tomorrow.”