From population and housing growth to health and the economy, here’s how Utah changed this decade

Ten booming years in Utah has resulted in … more.

There are more people and that means houses cost more. The state’s biggest tourist sites are more crowded than ever. More teens are puffing on a vape pen, though was vaping even a thing 10 years ago?

Salt Lake Tribune reporters are telling the story of the 2010s through numbers that show big changes in our state. There’s far too much that happens in 10 years to cover it all, so we’re focusing on these areas — people, the economy, health and the environment.

Read about what those changes were here.