Andrea Germanos, staff writer
White River, near the location of the proposed rights-of-way
The proposed massive oil shale project would drain more than 3 billion gallons of water per year from the Green River
Jessica Corbett, staff writer
The cases have cast a spotlight on the state's Big Ag-friendly laws
Jessica Corbett, staff writer
The slaughterhouse rescue came out of an unlikely friendship between an...


With today's Supreme Court ruling putting a temporary hold on gay marriage in Utah, rabid opponents of people getting to marry the person they love can take a breather on their ambitious plans to "take back freedom in America" by, respectively, starving to death and organizing an uprising led by the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association. Thus, "nullification" advocate Trestin Meacham ended his 15 days of subsisting on water and misunderstanding of constitutional law, and the...