After another winter storm dumped a few more feet of snow in Utah's mountains, snowpack across much of the state is near record-breaking territory. That means a lot of water for our reservoirs, but it also raises the possibility of flooding.
A legislative leader unveiled a new bill Tuesday to remove the so-called 'Zion Curtain' requirement for restaurants while also making changes to Utah's liquor laws intended to reduce drunken driving and underage and binge drinking.
Researchers and others expressed worry Tuesday after hearing reports of a Trump administration directive temporarily freezing any new grants from the Environmental Protection Agency. A research project on Utah's algal bloom problem could be affected.
A convicted felon and key prosecution witness in the criminal case against former Utah Attorney General John Swallow threw out some big names in state and national politics during a court hearing Tuesday.
As the snow kept piling up, one Herriman neighborhood knew how to make the most of it. They banded together, with ladders, shovels and tractors, to build this impressive snowman that measured 16 feet 1 inch tall.