Carter Williams, KSL.com | Posted Dec 4th - 3:12pm
Utah’s first snowstorm of the year helped the state snowpack get off to a solid start before winter officially begins, but experts say there’s a lot of snow left to fall before the state gets out of its drought.
Grant Olsen, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Nov 28th - 11:50am
Florida resident Chris Gursky was excited to try hang gliding while on vacation in Switzerland. But when the pilot forgot to attach Gursky to the hang glider, the flight quickly turned into a near-death experience.
Arianne Brown, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Nov 27th - 1:42pm
With women across the country earning an average of 80 percent of what men make, a local race director is doing what he can to tip the scale. At the Antelope Island 50K, race director Jim Skaggs awarded the top women finishers more than the top men.
A new park with boundaries from state Route 201 to about 4500 South along the Jordan River will prioritize preserving the parkway's natural habitat while creating more recreation opportunities and better access for Salt Lake County families.
Hannah Leavitt, KSL.com | Posted Nov 20th - 3:29pm
In 2018, Utah had the most fires in one year since 2012, which burned more than double the acres burned in 2017. The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources has began their initiative to restore the environment damaged by the fires.
Amy Joi O'Donoghue, KSL | Posted Nov 13th - 4:09pm
A committee of lawmakers wants Utah to send a loud message on how the newly reduced Bears Ears National Monument would be managed if the lands were in control of the state. It voted Tuesday to begin crafting a plan to submit to the Legislature.