While most celebrate the Fourth of July with barbecues and fireworks, SLCC student veterans took a different path.
Are you making travel plans? Moab is home to all kinds of adventure.
Construction on the Juniper Canyon Campus is still “three to five years” away.
House Bill 74 changes how consent is perceived in the eyes of the law, especially as it pertains to unconscious victims. Jennifer Garcia explains.
Jaquelin Gonzalez explains how this local animal rescue organization saves the lives of thousands of pets and how you can get involved.
Thousands of Utahns suffer from homelessness. The Leonardo is hosting an exhibit that explores the causes and solutions to this unfortunate problem.
South City Campus, formerly South High School, was once home to a fallout shelter. Michael Segura looks at the history of the Cold War and Utah’s place in it.
Salt Lake Community College students and alumni brave the cold to play a sport that’s growing in popularity. Randy Harward has the details.
The rise in temperatures during the cold months chills winter recreationists and businesses to the core.
While capturing some amazing landscapes in Utah, staff photographer Lindsay Daniels stresses the importance of cleaning up after yourself in the outdoors.
The Wasatch Mountains offer hikers an abundance of trails filled with amazing visuals. Photojournalist Lindsay Daniels narrows it down to the 5 best.
SLCC Graduate and founder of Utah Clean Air Now!, Carl Ingwell, urges students and passionate individuals to rally for clean air on Jan. 25 at the Capitol steps.