Local experts answer community questions about the water levels, salinity and health impacts of Great Salt Lake.
A driver shortage forced Utah Transit Authority to adjust several bus routes, including two routes that stop at Salt Lake Community College campuses.
This week’s edition of lake questions explores what locals can do to help the Great Salt Lake.
The Salt Lake City Police Department is investigating a shooting that took place Tuesday near the South City Campus.
Darren Parry, former chair of the Northwestern Shoshone Nation, discussed his people's relationship with the Great Salt Lake during a panel discussion on Sept. 28.
Local experts answer questions about the effects of drought and population growth on the Great Salt Lake, as well as the state of climate science in public schools.
The Black Menaces have organized a walkout on National Coming Out Day to protest LGBTQ+ discrimination at religious institutions of higher education, such as Brigham Young University.
Learn more about the plan to restore water levels at the Great Salt Lake and the different government agencies involved in the lake's management.
Earlier this month, the U.S. Department of Education said the student debt relief application will launch in "early October."
Six members of the SLCC environmental and sustainability club participated in the Friends of Great Salt Lake cleanup on Sept. 17.
This week, local experts answer questions about the effects of a desiccated Great Salt Lake on locals and wildlife.
Learn about Utah’s current abortion laws as well as the reproductive health resources available to students at Salt Lake Community College.