Daniel Trotta and Andrea Januta, Reuters | Posted Jun 10th - 11:09am
The reservoir created by Hoover Dam, an engineering marvel that symbolized the American ascendance of the 20th Century, has sunk to its lowest level ever, underscoring the gravity of the extreme drought across the U.S. West.
Brady McCombs, Associated Press | Posted Jun 4th - 1:29pm
Interior Secretary Deb Haaland has made her recommendation about whether to reverse President Donald Trump's decision to downsize two sprawling national monuments in Utah, but details on her decision were not released.
Makenzie Sisson, Deseret News | Posted May 30th - 7:12am
With COVID-19 apparently finally on the outswing, Utahns may be breathing a sigh of relief for a freer summer season, but health officials warn that vigilance is still required for another virus: West Nile.
Scott Disavino, Reuters | Posted May 29th - 6:26pm
Extreme heat this summer could create energy shortfalls in California, Texas, New England and the U.S. West and Central regions, the organization responsible for North American electric reliability warned on Wednesday.
Robert Williamson, KSL.com Contributor | Posted May 28th - 12:43pm
If you find yourself getting a little out of balance on the technical single track trails, give gravel and dirt roads a try. These roads can provide senior citizen mountain bike riders with scenery, fresh air and exercise.
Matthew Brown, Associated Press | Posted May 26th - 8:30pm
Wildlife advocates petitioned the Biden administration on Wednesday to revive federal protections for gray wolves across all or portions of at least six states — Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, eastern Washington, eastern Oregon and a small area of northern Utah.
Carter Williams, KSL.com | Updated May 26th - 1:17pm
Utah wildlife officials announced Wednesday they are increasing the number of fish people can catch at 10 different bodies of water across the state, citing anticipated lower water levels due to the ongoing statewide drought.
Makenzie Sisson, Deseret News | Posted May 24th - 8:03pm
The clean water running from the Wasatch Mountains into our taps may seem natural and effortless, but public officials know the ability not to think about where our water comes from is a privilege — one that requires ongoing stewardship.
Carter Williams, KSL.com | Updated May 24th - 2:52pm
With fire conditions remaining extremely dangerous, especially in southern Utah and northern Arizona, a group of agencies announced larger fire restrictions across the region set to begin Wednesday ahead of the Memorial Day weekend crowds.
Paul Nelson, KSL NewsRadio | Posted May 20th - 8:59pm
Rocky Mountain Power may have to shut off the electricity in certain parts of southern Utah this weekend. The company is warning customers about possible shutoffs because strong winds are making the already extreme fire conditions even worse.
Carter Williams, KSL.com | Posted May 17th - 8:29pm
The Utah Outdoor Recreation Office has issued $500,000 for 25 miles of new mountain bike trail Near Zion National Park's east entrance. It's the latest in future trails coming near that entrance — and there's plenty more on the way.
Dan Bammes, KSL NewsRadio | Posted May 13th - 8:31pm
Fishing may be impacted by the statewide drought affecting water levels in Utah's streams and reservoirs, but the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources is suggesting ways to protect the fish that anglers catch and release.