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  • A river route shrouded in legend and mystery

    Towering cliffs, deep canyons and wild whitewater made the Green and Colorado rivers a mystery in the 1800s. John Wesley Powell is credited with conquering the rivers, but legends of earlier river-runners persist.
  • Police discover ‘mystery deck’ in Park City woods

    PARK CITY, Utah. – Earlier this week, police made an unusual discovery in the woods just above Park City’s Old Town. They found a well-built deck and fire pit they believe teenagers have used for parties. KSL hiked in to take a look, and discovered why the city wants it taken down. “They made it nice […]
  • North Ogden man critically hurt while trail riding in Canyonlands National Park

    A North Ogden man was listed in critical, but stable condition in a Grand Junction hospital following a mountain biking accident last week. The cycling community in Weber County has come together to show their support.
  • World’s tallest geyser keeps erupting, and scientists aren’t sure why

    Steamboat Geyser throws a column of water 300 feet in the air, and it's erupted three times in the past six weeks.
  • Box Elder fire officials already concerned about burn conditions

    Box Elder fire officials are warning people the conditions are already dangerous. They said they had a controlled burn get out of control Wednesday.
  • A ‘legend’ remembers the Colorado’s vanished canyon

    It's not often that a person gets featured in a museum while they're still alive. But when that person is already a legend —maybe so. A case in point: An exhibit will feature memories of legendary river-runner Ken Sleight.
  • Tooele County to begin charging toll for use of Middle Canyon

    TOOELE, Utah – When bikers, hikers, and campers head into Middle Canyon in Tooele County this summer, they’ll be charged a fee for the first time. The county plans to use the funds to clean up the popular Oquirrh Mountain canyon and make it safer at night. Canyon users we talked to are ready to pay […]