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A historic mission to the Navajo Nation is still alive and well, almost three-quarters of a century after it was founded by a legendary Episcopal priest.
Several top federal officials from Washington quietly attended a "Gathering of the Tribes" in southeastern Utah last weekend. It's the clearest signal yet that the Obama administration may be considering the cr...
An inland sea in Iran may provide a lesson for its twin in Utah: the Great Salt Lake may disappear if residents take too much water. Scientists from both countries are sharing information, hoping to avoid a dis...
A long-running broadcasting career comes to an end for Steve Williams, the voice of jazz music in Utah for 31 years. He's retiring from KUER-FM. His last broadcast is June 30.
Imagine something in the night sky that looks like a gigantic, glowing jellyfish many times the size of Mount Everest. Believe it or not, they're actually quite common — they're called "sprites" — b...
Utah homeowners frequently hear water conservation messages to "Slow the Flow" to their lawns. But they might be surprised to learn that 82% of Utah's water actually goes to agriculture. Are farmers conserving ...
Moab Giants, a new dinosaur museum nearing completion in Moab, is a for-profit business set up by a company in Poland that has similar dinosaur parks in Europe. The emphasis in Utah will be on dinosaur footprin...
It may come as a surprise to many Utahns, but around the world this year events are being held to honor a man who was executed by firing squad for a double murder in Utah. Was singer/songwriter/labor activist J...
A chaotic and dangerous traffic mess that forced an unprecedented temporary closure of Arches National Park has lit a fire under a big controversy: Should tourists be required to have a reservation to enter the...
It may sound a bit off-the-wall, but a museum in Colorado has a submarine on exhibit. It was found in 1944 on the bottom of a lake high in the Colorado Rockies.