$10 for 3.2 billion gallons of water? A loophole in Utah law could enable the country’s first commercial oil mining operation.
The Utah System of Higher Education on Monday released annual data that shows which colleges and universities are gaining students and which ones are losing them.
Crazy as it might seem, there was a time when the U.S., the Soviet Union, and other countries tested nuclear weapons by exploding them in the atmosphere.
University of Utah researchers were part of a large study concluding that the tendency for stillbirth can be inherited and that the tendency is passed down through male members of a family.
If you love fall produce, you've likely been delighting in one of the all-stars of the season: apples.
The latest round of scores from The Dignity Index were released Tuesday for the U.S. Senate and Second Congressional District debates.
U.S. rent prices rose 9% year over year in September—but that’s down from 18% in March, Redfin reports.
There are a lot of comments about the Utah Inland Port Authority, so to help others who haven’t followed its history from its beginning, this is a brief summary.
This week on the program, a panel of experts discuss the future of the Great Salt Lake, the negative effects caused by its rapid drying and the efforts to conserve the lake and its waters.