Restaurants, bars in Utah must have signage declaring intentions

Salt Lake City, UT - A new law in Utah is requiring all bar and restaurant owners to have a sign by their door declaring their intentions. Starting on May 9th, it will be illegal in the state for a bar not to have a sign saying “This premise is a bar, not a re...

New stamp celebrates upcoming solar eclipse

The U.S. Postal Service revealed a new Forever 49 cent stamp on Thursday, to commemorate the August 21, 2017 total solar eclipse. The stamp will be a first-of-its-kind for the Postal Service, as it will be heat...

Wolves put back under state control in Wyoming

Cheyenne, WY. - The title of endangered species has officially been lifted from wolves in Wyoming, and a court has formally put the state back in charge of managing them. The order came on Tuesday, and follows ...

Montana Senator proposes ban on mining in area near Yellowstone

Yellowstone National Park - A bill introduced in the United State Senate by Montana's Jon Tester would permanently ban new mining in an area of the Custer Gallatin National Forest north of Yellowstone. The total area would be around 30,000 acres of land. The a...

Idaho approves $150 million for upgrades to I-84

Boise, ID. - The Idaho Department of Transportation has approved the release of $150 million in newly approved bonds to repair and add lanes on Interstate 84 near Nampa. The transportation board voted unanimously to reconstruct exixting lanes as well as upgrad...

Woman dies in creek after jumping in after dogs

Salt Lake City, UT. - A woman is dead after a walk in a Salt Lake City park turned sour when she jumped into a fast moving icy creek after her two dogs jumped in before her. 58 year old Liudmilla Feldman jumped...