Ashley Strickland, CNN | Posted Jun 19th - 12:15pm
The ways our ancestors adapted to live in patchy landscapes cluttered with obstacles "poured jet fuel" on the evolution of the brains of animals and early human ancestors, according to researchers at Northwestern University.
There are still many artifacts from the first transcontinental railroad left behind out in the vast western desert of Box Elder County. But last week’s fires are a reminder that pieces of its history are vulnerable and can disappear in a flash.
Susie Boyce, KSL.com Contributor | Posted May 4th - 8:25pm
We’re currently living during a once-in-a-hundred-years pandemic. Failing to document a COVID-19 story probably won‘t matter much. But failing to document any of our COVID-19 stories could matter a great deal more than we realize.
On the evening of April 13, 50 years ago, NASA astronauts James Lovell Jr., John Swigert Jr. and Fred Haise Jr. were about to go to sleep for the night in the Apollo 13 command module. They were about 200,000 miles away from Earth on the way to the moon.
Mike Godfrey, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Mar 24th - 1:18pm
Twenty-five years on, the reintroduction of wolves into Yellowstone National Park is still a controversial topic. But it's now possible to separate fact from fiction and provide answers and clarity to lingering questions.