Utah's multibillion dollar oil train proposal chugs along amid environment and derailment concerns
One of the United States' biggest rail investments in more than a century could be an 88-mile line in Utah that would run through tribal lands and national forest to move oil and gas to the national rail network.
Washington and Oregon leave behind heritage -- and rivals -- for stability in the Big Ten
A day after leaving behind more than a century as a tenant to the premier athletic conference on the West Coast, Washington’s leadership says stability was at the forefront of its decision to join the Big Ten Conference.
Biden goes west to talk about his administration's efforts to combat climate change
President Joe Biden will travel to Arizona, New Mexico and Utah next week and is expected to talk about his administration’s efforts to combat climate change as the region endures a brutally hot summer with soaring temperatures.
In ’20 Days in Mariupol’ documentary, the horrors of war illuminated
Associated Press video journalist Mstyslav Chernov's Pulitzer Prize-winning reporting of the first days of the Russian invasion of Ukraine is illuminated in his documentary “20 Days in Mariupol,” a joint project between The Associated Press and PBS “Frontline.”.
Utah kids' book author accused in husband's death changed life insurance policies, prosecutors say
Updated charging documents say a Utah woman who wrote a children’s book about grief after her husband’s death and was later arrested for killing him had made changes to her husband’s life insurance years before when she is accused of fatally poisoning him.
March Madness: Morris, LSU women top Utah, into Elite Eight
Alexis Morris hit two foul shots with 10 seconds to play as No. 3 seed LSU reached the Elite Eight for the first time since 2008, beating second-seeded Utah 66-63, Down 64-63, the Utes had a chance to back in front, but Jenna Johnson — a near 75% foul shooter — missed both attempts with 4.7 seconds to go.