Last winter took a hit on deer populations in Northern Utah, but the hunting business is still booming.
There are reminders everywhere — the devastation in Mexico City, the drills in schools, the dramatic Wasatch Mountains and the many scarps in the foothills.
Even as Weber State University’s enrollment and campus grow, something about the school keeps shrinking — its carbon footprint.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service made decisions on a slew of backlogged endangered species protections this month. Most of the proposed plants, birds, insects, mammals and other proposed animals didn’t make the cut, including a few in Utah.
SALT LAKE CITY — Gov. Gary Herbert applauded stakeholders Wednesday for coming together and reaching an agreement on the future of small-scale solar in Utah.
Several cougar warning signs have started popping up on Ogden trails, just over a week after a Facebook post went viral.
When a harmful algal bloom popped up in Ogden’s 21st Pond this month — the first known at the water body — it served as a stark reminder that Utah waters are increasingly under threat.
Ogden’s outdoor assets are a major selling point for many homebuyers, but it turns out, proximity to trails could also elevate real estate prices.
OGDEN — Area officials can’t verify details from a Facebook post claiming three cougars killed a dog Monday on the trails near Ogden Canyon.