Was the evidence that Young Living filed in a court case against doTERRA in 2013 fraudulent?
Utah’s bike community comes in all different forms: more low rider bikes, complete with hydraulics, are showing up. There are more guys in spandex, Lance Armstrong wannabes complete with clean-shaven legs, ascending canyons while downing energy gel. There is also a growing crowd of hipsters and skinny jeans-wearing urbanites seemingly infatuated with the idea of […]
For the past two years, Utah Stories has covered the controversy surrounding Salt Lake City’s installation of Siemens solar paneled big blue parking meters. City council members were suckered by a smooth sales pitch telling them that these new meters would be the answer to the projected parking revenue shortfall, which was identified as over […]
Two of Utah’s youngest and newest farmers already own several local farmers markets as well as their own planting fields.
Ogden, Utah may be on the rise but still has a shaky history rooted in the days of the Wild West.
The Utah Museum of Fine Art features a display of art about the Bingham Canyon Mine
Sugar House invites pet lovers with many pet-friendly residential developments.
Salt Lake City’s fruit share programs gets fruit and produce off the ground and to people who need it.
The Souvenirs enjoy living and performing in Salt Lake City where they harmonize together in their vintage country trio.
Snakes are not the harmful creatures we perceive them to be. Learn more about these reclusive reptiles and how to avoid them.
Retro Betty: offering vintage style at affordable prices.
Growing an entire season’s worth of vegetables can be daunting enough, but in the limited space of an urban backyard?
Visit Utah’s oldest business in Huntsville at the Shooting Star Saloon.
Read more about the controversy surrounding the essential oils of Young Living Farms.
In the 7th and final hearing to address Utah’s first crow hunt, the Wildlife Board voted, 3-2, to approve it. Those attending the hearing responded with shouts of “Boo!” and “Shame!” and claimed the board ignored overwhelming public disdain as well as scientific evidence against the hunt. Read more here.
Come visit the newly renovated Ogden LDS temple open house from August 1st until September 6th.
What is in the air Utahns breathe? Maybe you don’t want to know.
One of Utah’s Couny’s multi-million dollar multi-level marketing businesses and the fantastic fairy tale of Young Living Farms and Essential Oils.
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
Investigating the lonesome valley of the West Desert—the mystery behind Utah’s Pioneer Hawaiian Town.
Westgate Resort scams are finally catching up with the owner who is now suffering financial woes, chronicled in a new documentary film.
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.
Utah TV News stations are in a turmoil, and amid declines in viewership stations are sending their long-time anchors out to pasture.
What companies are the biggest to blame for the Wasatch Front pollution? Check it out.
Why the Crossroads Mall and the ZCMI Center were torn down to build the City Creek Center.
Famous for its honey, beauty and gracious monks, Utah’s only monastery will likely close within the next decade.
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.