After years of hemorrhaging money and months of deliberating new terms, cities are pulling out of...
After years of hemorrhaging money and months of deliberating new terms, cities are pulling out of the Weber County transfer station’s recycling program.
Scientists and state officials are a small step closer to figuring out what’s blowing in from the shriveled Great Salt Lake.
One official says the closure of the 30-year-old facility could indirectly lead to higher greenhouse gas emissions.
According to the U.S. Drought Monitor, 100 percent of Utah isn’t showing drought conditions. Three months ago, only 29 percent of the state wasn’t showing drought conditions.
Every community drinking water system must conduct an annual Consumer Confidence Report detailing water sources and testing results for contaminants like bacteria, lead and arsenic
The Utah Department of Environmental Quality has digitized most of its records on environmental response and remediation sites. It’s easy to see what environmental issues have happened in your area — and how many cleanups are ongoing — by using their interactive map.
Marriott-Slaterville farmer Kent Meyerhoffer says pumping by the Weber Basin Water Conservancy District is hampering his alfalfa operation.
The Outstanding in a Field podcast team heads to the Great Salt Lake again to explore a remote island and the birds drawn to its isolation.
While Wasatch Front residents rank Utah’s poor air quality as a top priority, that sentiment did not appear to have translated into significant legislative action during the 2017 session.
We looked at the bills most affecting four groups in Northern Utah, including students and teachers, the environment, the restaurant industry and low-income residents.