As Democratic and Republican leaders, we know we won’t always agree. But Americans — politicians and voters alike — need to be reminded there is a healthy way to debate.
Plan for $3.2 billion Deer Valley expansion includes 3,700 new acres of ski terrain plus a village built by the developer of posh New York City residential towers
The decision directs the Surface Transportation Board to redo its review and consider potential threats the railway poses to the Colorado River and communities far down the line
Deseret Power seeks Colorado public land near Rangely for a 50 megawatt generating station, but green groups are attacking the idea of more subsidized fossil fuel burning
The federal agency refuses to approve Utah’s clean air plans until they stop violating “good neighbor” rules by sending ozone east to the Front Range.
Opposition to taxpayers helping foot the bill for Uinta Basin Railway’s “massive carbon bomb” is lining up
Esther Nakajjigo was living in Denver and visiting the eastern Utah park when she was killed after wind swung an untethered metal gate into her car
National Monuments have been political footballs since the Antiquities Act came to be in 1906. But so far court cases haven’t changed the president’s authority to shrink or grow them.
Westwater, a small subdivision in Utah, has run into barrier after barrier for more than 20 years as it tries to bring clean, running water to its residents.
By Sam Metz and Brady McCombs, Associated Press SALT LAKE CITY — The state of Utah and two Republican-leaning rural counties sued the Biden administration on Wednesday over the president’s decision last year to restore two sprawling national monuments on rugged lands sacred to Native Americans that former President Donald Trump had downsized. The lawsuit over Bears […]