The U.S. Geological Survey reported Saturday that the southern portion of the Great Salt Lake dropped to a new historic low, and lake levels will get much worse before they improve.
If the storm Thursday night didn't damage your home or cause any other problems, it definitely helped your trees, flowers, and lawn. The question is, how much? KSL-TV talked with a hydrologist about the difference a big dump of rain can make.
Beginning Thursday you can legally set off fireworks in designated areas as part of the Pioneer Day holiday.
The Great Salt Lake officially tied its lowest level in recorded history, which was set in 1963, and the Utah Division of Water Resources said it's expected to drop even more over the coming days.
The town of Oakley, which is home to about 1,700 people, has enacted a moratorium on new construction until more water is available.
Dire drought conditions have revealed a rare piece of Utah history in the small town of Rockport.
The Smithfield City Council has unanimously approved a plan to build more ways to store and conserve water as Utah faces a historic drought.
As fire seasons get longer and more intense, Utah is struggling to keep up, especially when it comes to staff. It's a lot of long hours, low wages, and dangerous work. We look at what will be needed to get firefighters to apply, and then stick around for wildland jobs as the need becomes greater across the country.
The City of Lehi singled out the community after it conserved saved millions of gallons of water this week alone.
The American West is baking, burning, and drying in intertwined extreme weather. Four sets of numbers explain how bad it is now, while several others explain why it got this bad.
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