An honored SLC officer shoots and kills a backyard dog. How does justice serve this scenario?
A Utah County Farmer struggles with the oncoming development surrounding his lands.
One acre of farmland is lost to development every minute. Will Utah farmers be able to sustain the demand for locally-grown crops? With their rapidly disappearing acres, it isn’t likely.
Where can you find a flea market with only rare, vintage items in SLC? Look no further.
Mulligan’s Golf Course in South Jordan may be closed and redeveloped as a mixed-use property, further eliminating the scarce mid-valley greenbelt. How are South Jordan residents reacting?
hundreds of protesters and hundreds more motorists demonstrate that pets are more than personal property.
Though the local community garden has closed, new “growth” is in sight.
Anyone who purchases or rents camera equipment will likely be happy with Acme Camera Company’s creative new business model.
Personalized healthy meals delivered by internationally renowned celebrity trainer and chef, Angela Martindale, right here in Utah.
In the spirit of the Appalachian Trail, the Pacific Crest Trail and Continental Divide Trail, Utah’s Jordan River Parkway Trail offers recreation and exploration along the Wasatch Front.
Former Utah corporate designer moves into a career as a full-time artist. How did she do it? Find out here.
The Rest, a speak-easy restaurant on Salt Lake’s Main Street.
Invasive species crowd out native Utah plants and cause problems throughout entire ecosystems. What are some of the most common found in the state?
According to these urban homesteaders, freedom is realized when consumers no longer rely on corporations to enjoy a life of bounty.
Pets can be spooked by the loud noises and bright lights of fireworks. Learn how to keep them calm and safe.
Geist: a Sugar House Weimaraner was shot dead by an officer on June 18th, 2014, when the officer entered his backyard without notice or permission.
Come support SLC Marathon runners and meet Top Chef’s Fabiano Viviani.
What is in the air Utahns breathe? Maybe you don’t want to know.
Tunnels conjure images of dark, dank spaces where mystery and danger look around every corner. Combine this preconception with a religion notorious for its secrecy and rituals and you’ve got a juicy recipe for conspiracy.
Utah’s Crazy Liquor Laws and Inconsistent Policy Caused Epic to Invest Nearly $2 Million in Denver and not Salt Lake City.
Utah Stories investigates the claims that Dugway Proving Grounds in Utah’s West Desert is secretly developing UFO technology
Utah was once the beer capital of the Western United States. Utah and its rich history of the beer industry providing jobs, education and quality products dates back to the 1880s.
Investigating the lonesome valley of the West Desert—the mystery behind Utah’s Pioneer Hawaiian Town.
What companies are the biggest to blame for the Wasatch Front pollution? Check it out.
Utah TV News stations are in a turmoil, and amid declines in viewership stations are sending their long-time anchors out to pasture.
Westgate Resort scams are finally catching up with the owner who is now suffering financial woes, chronicled in a new documentary film.
Why the Crossroads Mall and the ZCMI Center were torn down to build the City Creek Center.
Freeway projects and growth along I-15 is gobbling up Utah’s family farms
Polygamy gets a bad rap these days: It subjugates women; it creates a hostile environment for families; it is practiced by religious nut jobs; it is often associated with child marriages to older men. . . etc. All of this is utter nonsense.
In alphabetical order, here are Utah Stories’ favorite sites for the gastronomically inclined.