Environment

Despite record warm November, inversion pollution builds in Northern Utah

The National Weather Service confirmed Salt Lake City and other areas in Northern Utah saw their warmest November on record. 


Food

Ogden River Brewing coming this summer at historic Becker beer plant site

Pat Winslow is channeling his passion for beer and a wave of local support into a new brewery called Ogden River Brewing. 


Environment

State, federal engineers work to upgrade safety of Utah's aging dams

In November 2006, a farmer operating a feedlot on the southeast side of Willard Reservoir noticed the ground bubbling and boiling. He notified his local water district two days later.


Recreation

Open meetings laws broken by board considering ATVs on Antelope Island

SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Board of Parks and Recreation, along with several other boards within the Utah Department of Natural Resources, haven’t been following public records law.


Environment

In wake of Supreme Court's Weber River decision, stream access advocates urge patience

A Utah Supreme Court decision this week only grants access to a 1-mile stretch of the Weber River flowing through private property.


Environment

Utah Supreme Court rules in favor of stream access on Weber River

SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Supreme Court handed a major victory to anglers and advocates of recreation on the Weber River Tuesday.


Environment

Utah releases the third-most toxins in the nation. How concerned should we be?

A recent article in Forbes Magazine caused quite a stir, calling Utah the third-most toxic place in America.


Health Care

After 8 years, Morgan's WIC program moves back to Ogden

MORGAN — In July, the Weber-Morgan Health Department vacated the portable classroom it had used as an office and clinic to administer the federally funded Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program that provides food and nutrition assistance to low-income moms with infants and children under five years of age.


Environment

Watch salty lakes around the Western U.S. disappear

Watch salty lakes around the Western U.S. disappear


Environment

ATVs could be coming to Antelope Island State Park

The Utah Department of Natural Resources is in the early stages of considering limited ATV use on Antelope Island.


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