Nestled below the spectacular Vermilion Cliffs above a vast plain north of the Colorado River’s Grand Canyon, Pipe Spring was a thriving Mormon-owned ranch, farm and dairy operation by the... Read more »
Some connected to the tourist trade in Luxor, a city utterly dependent on foreign visitors to survive, seethed with anger Wednesday at the country's Islamist president for his silence over the... Read more »
Gusty winds and iced-over roadways made for treacherous Midwest travel Friday as a major winter storm headed east over the Great Lakes. Read more »
So you survived for five days stranded at sea aboard the Carnival Triumph. The ship had no working toilets, sewage dripped from walls, and the whole place smelled "like a hot port-o-potty." Heres... Read more »
Provo is likely to approve an extensive new series of bike lanes by as early as April. Read more »
Their well-equipped arsenals offer everything from tiny revolvers (for ladies) to Berettas, Glocks, semi-automatic pistols and M16 military assault rifles. If kids can see over the counter, they... Read more »
US Airways CEO Doug Parker has landed the big merger he sought for years. Now, the soon-to-be CEO of the new American Airlines has to make it work. Read more »
President Barack Obama's Democratic allies in the Senate are unveiling legislation Thursday to avoid a looming set of sharp, across-the-board spending cuts set to strike the Pentagon and domestic... Read more »
After days stranded in the Gulf of Mexico in conditions some have described as dismal, most passengers aboard the disabled Carnival Triumph can look forward to a two-hour bus ride Thursday after... Read more »
Salt Lake residents may think their commute is difficult, but compared to Washington or New York, a new congestion report shows the city has relatively open roads. Read more »
Sixteen stories below Grand Central Terminal, an army of workers is blasting through bedrock to create a new commuter rail concourse with more floor space than New Orleans' Superdome, just one of... Read more »
President Barack Obama's choice for interior secretary is a lifelong outdoors enthusiast who likes to bike, ski and climb mountains. Read more »
Riders on commuter rail will see some changes to their travel schedule this month. Read more »
Since January 2012, 52 different fees have been added, giving the worldwide airline revenue an increased 11 percent in 2012. Read more »
Boeing is sticking with plans to speed up production of its 787 and sees no reason to change the lithium-ion battery design at the center of the troubled plane's problems, its CEO said Wednesday. Read more »
ESCALANTE — A popular scenic spot in southern Utah has received an overhaul. The Head of the Rocks overlook, along Scenic Byway 12 between Escalante and Boulder, Utah, provides views over the Escalante Canyons region of... Read more »
SALT LAKE CITY — Lately, workers dealing with all the snow at the Salt Lake City International Airport will take any break they can get. The weather forced them to make the rare decision... Read more »
As the Wasatch Front endured yet another heavy snowstorm Sunday night and Monday morning, state, county and city officials urged Utahns to stay patient with road conditions. Read more »
The 787 Dreamliner was born in a moment of desperation. Read more »
Utah Highway Patrol officers who were hit by vehicles Thursday during an onslaught of freezing rain and major freeway pileups say they are lucky and grateful to escape with their lives. Read more »
The beautiful city of Copenhagen yields surprises for those who appreciate art as well as accompanying legends and stories. Also, the country of Denmark is home to some of the most impressive... Read more »
The Grand Canyon is a temple of adventure, peace, wonder and beauty, and the best way to experience it is from the seat of a whitewater raft. Read more »
New Orleans, and more specifically the French Quarter, is the most foreign place I've ever been within the United States. Literally hundreds of adventures await the discerning traveler from ghost... Read more »
With dangerous roads, debilitating temperatures, heavy inversions and a storm named Gandolf, Utahns are in for one of the most bitter winters in memory. Read more »
Whether it's an inn, hotel, resort, even a campsite, all the assorted bits that meet to make a hotel feel like a home will never be to everyone's taste. Colors and styles that speak to you might... Read more »
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