By Matthew Brown | The Associated Press 13h ago

Permanent warnings about algal bloom are being installed around Utah Lake

Sean P. Means By Sean P. Means 15h ago

What’s killing southern Utah’s juniper trees?

Brian Maffly By Brian Maffly 20h ago

U.S. releases environmental analysis of plan to stop fires

By Keith Ridler | The Associated Press 1d ago

Salt Lake County rejects Olympus Hills bike park, but will seek other locations

Brian Maffly By Brian Maffly 4d ago

Coal waste piles still burning a year after central Utah fire

Brian Maffly By Brian Maffly 4d ago

A tiny creature threatens Utah’s $1.8 billion Lake Powell pipeline

Brian Maffly By Brian Maffly 4d ago

Refinery arm of Utah-based Sinclair Oil agrees to $1.6M penalty for emissions allegations

Lee Davidson By Lee Davidson 5d ago

Environmental quality deputy to temporarily head Utah agency

5d ago

Amid urgent climate warnings, the EPA is easing restrictions on coal-fired power plants

By Ellen KnickMeyer | The Associated Press 5d ago

Dogs help wildlife officials track down and kill a black bear after it injured a boy in a Utah campsite

Brian Maffly By Brian Maffly June 18

Watchdog to investigate whether BLM broke the law by studying Grand Staircase monument’s potential for oil and gas leasing

Thomas Burr By Thomas Burr June 18

Trump could revive Utah’s uranium mines any day now, but activists worry about the industry’s toxic legacy

Zak Podmore By Zak Podmore , brian maffly June 18

Weber State OK’d a student growing hemp for his senior project. He could still be arrested for misusing.

Courtney Tanner By Courtney Tanner June 18

Report explores what went wrong last year when dual wildfires nearly overran two Utah towns

Brian Maffly By Brian Maffly June 16

Disputed rail project seeking to ship eastern Utah oil to more lucrative markets clears hurdle with $21 million funding boost

Brian Maffly By Brian Maffly June 13

Parched U.S. Southwest gets reprieve as snowmelt fills rivers

By Dan Elliott | The Associated Press June 13

'High, fast and cold’: Weather service issues a flood watch for Little Cottonwood Creek

Courtney Tanner By Courtney Tanner June 12

‘Just disturbing’: Vandals deface redrock monolith in southern Utah’s Capitol Reef National Park

Courtney Tanner By Courtney Tanner June 12

Great Salt Lake up 2.5 feet and still rising from last year’s ‘disastrous’ low levels; Lake Powell is rising as much as 15 inches a day.

Benjamin Wood By Benjamin Wood June 11

Birds of prey visit City Library during Audubon Photography Awards gallery show

Sara Tabin By Sara Tabin June 9

Oil drilling comes to Utah wildlife refuge. Will rules keep birds, plants and fish safe?

Brian Maffly By Brian Maffly June 7

Utah’s science standards will be updated — despite concerns over what students will learn about evolution, climate change and humans being ‘like pigs’

Courtney Tanner By Courtney Tanner June 6

EPA may take Salt Lake off its dirty-air list, thanks partly to the weather

Scott D. Pierce By Scott D. Pierce June 6

First harmful algal bloom of the summer appears at Utah Lake

Paighten Harkins By Paighten Harkins June 5