Fire season is starting to wind down in the state, but that doesn’t mean homeowners shouldn’t remain vigilant. A little preparation goes a long way, especially for those living along the wildland urban interface, or WUI.
Utility providers large and small have long grappled with how to compensate residential customers with solar panels for the extra energy they send to the grid. The current model, net metering, tallies up how much energy a household produced at the end of the month and subtracted it from their bill...
According to the Utah Department of Environmental Quality, the health department issued the warning on Sept. 12 after signs of a toxic algal bloom were first detected on Sept. 8 by Utah Water Watch.
As Utahns anxiously watched developments during last week’s Uintah fire, videos began circulating on social media showing a helicopter dramatically scooping up a bucket of water from residential swimming pool.
Then fires began lighting up throughout the West, including the Uintah Fire, just miles from the 24-year-old’s Riverdale home.
The Weber-Morgan Health Department issued a press release Friday afternoon stating the pond’s water tested positive for cyanobacteria.
Rocky Mountain Power reached a settlement with rooftop solar advocates last week on net-metering, but as with many things utility-related, the settlement is long, cryptic and confusing.
Rocky Mountain Power, solar industry and renewable energy advocates discuss the costs and benefits of a recent truce on rooftop solar rates.
The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources is again proposing more cougar permits ahead of the fall hunt, despite concerns from conservation groups.
The Utah Department of Health is warning Northern Utahns to take preventative measures after West Nile virus was detected in South Ogden this week.