Maps on mobile devices are slaves to both battery life and signal. However, you don't need an electrical outlet or five bars to read a physical map.
No matter where you live in Utah, chances are the Department of Public Safety helicopter has buzzed nearby, heading out to another rescue. The team is busier than ever.
From incredible Utahns doing incredible things, to the unbelievable landscapes that adorn this place we call home, KSL hopes by joining us you'll find ways to celebrate our beautiful state with your family in 2020.
Little Cottonwood Canyon has closed to traffic so avalanche control crews can work in the area without risk to drivers.
Snowbasin Ski Resort had some of their best snow totals during 2019. Officials said it was their best year in decades.
The young man stuck on a mountain overnight has spoken out for the first time. He needed help after getting caught in dangerous conditions in Davis County.
Four decades after surviving a grizzly bear attack that left 990 stitches in his head, retired Utah State University professor Barrie Gilbert is advocating for better understanding and treatment for his attacker's kind.
Twenty years ago, Steven Jeffery was a kid from Sandy making regular visits to nearby Little Cottonwood Canyon to learn the freehand rock-climbing sport known as bouldering.
Arches National Park had to start turning visitors away as it reached capacity on Oct. 18.
Zion National Park visitation set records this summer, averaging more than a half-million visitors per month.
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