The public is ‘beating the hell out of us’: Inland port board member blames community engagement for slow progress on planned development

Taylor Stevens By Taylor Stevens 9h ago

Report: Climate change was behind 15 weather disasters in 2017

By Sarah Kaplan and Angela Fritz | The Washington Post 15h ago

Why was the surly bobcat Mr. Murderbritches freed, while thousands of other ‘nuisance’ wild animals get a bullet?

Brian Maffly By Brian Maffly 17h ago

‘Come find me’: Burned in a farming accident, former Montana Grain Growers president is recovering after care in Salt Lake City

By Kristen Inbody | Great Falls Tribune 3d ago

Crisis in our national parks: How tourists are loving nature to death

By Charlotte Simmonds, Annette McGivney, Patrick Reilly, Brian Maffly, Todd Wilkinson, Gabrielle Canon, Michael Wright and Monte Whaley | The Guardian 3d ago

Landowner inside Bears Ears monument wants out of newly incorporated Bluff, raising questions about what is planned for the property

Brian Maffly By Brian Maffly 3d ago

For his protest against rising tourism, Utah rancher lets his cows do the, uh, talking

Brian Maffly By Brian Maffly 4d ago

As winter inversion sets in, Utah Gov. Gary Herbert proposes $100 million in new funding to address air quality

By The Salt Lake Tribune 5d ago

A Utah bobcat named Mr. Murderbritches was just released back into the wild — and the video is going viral

Erin Alberty By Erin Alberty 5d ago

U.S. to ease oil drilling controls protecting imperiled bird

By Matthew Brown | The Associated Press 5d ago

When wolves made a resurgence, her job was to make peace between ranchers, conservationists

By Jason Nark | Special to The Washington Post 6d ago

Yet another twist in San Juan cattle gate clash: Now the accusers are under investigation and may not testify at trial

Brian Maffly By Brian Maffly 6d ago

As President Trump questions climate change, the GOP joins his skepticism. But incoming Sen. Mitt Romney is one of few saying climate change is real, and humans are a factor.

By Matt Viser | The Washington Post December 3

Utah coal mine has emitted methane in the decade since it idled operations

Brian Maffly By Brian Maffly December 3

El Nino teases as Southwestern US remains in drought

By Susan Montoya Bryan | The Associated Press November 30

‘Mormon Land’: Eco-activist explains why her fellow Latter-day Saints can — and should — be environmentalists

By The Salt Lake Tribune November 28

Government climate report warns of worsening U.S. disasters

By Seth Borenstein | The Associated Press November 23

Salt Lake City’s ‘recycling police’ poke, prod and even sniff what’s in your blue bin to keep the garbage out

Taylor Stevens By Taylor Stevens November 23

He was there when Snowbird first took flight and helped it through lean times — recently retired Bob Bonar looks back at nearly a half-century at this iconic Utah resort

Brian Maffly By Brian Maffly November 23

Future of elk in southwest Colorado in jeopardy

By Jonathan Romeo | The Durango Herald November 22

Company to alter plan to leave historic petroglyphs in place

By The Associated Press November 20

BLM plans will reduce risk of wildfire near West Valley City

By The Associated Press November 20

Navajo Nation president extends crop insurance amid drought

By The Associated Press November 19

The juniper mystery: Why is a tree that’s supposed to withstand drought suddenly dying in southern Utah?

Brian Maffly By Brian Maffly November 18