Biskupski says it should generate all its electricity needs from renewables by 2032 and reduce carbon emissions by 80 percent by 2040.
What would happen if a group of American Muslims had done the same thing? Would we find them so gallant and brave?
Despite two-thirds of Utahns really, really wanting comprehensive sex education in the schools, the Legislature just won't go there.
the Zephyr is a small, now online, publication which since 1989 has been digging at the establishment whose deep pockets ease any attempt to stifle free speech.
In other words, they think the feds are writing a plan to restrict access, designate wilderness and limit grazing.
"In the era of social media, the endorsement of those within one's circle of friends is likely to carry much more weight than that of a news organization."
This poll has 50 percent of respondents saying Donald Trump is the most honest candidate, while Hillary Clinton gets a measly 24 percent thumbs-up.
This is a big deal in Utah where more than 4,600 people have died from drug overdoses in the past 10 years, 603 in 2014 alone.
There are 8,794 high-school boys in Utah who participate in football. No girls.
Both PacifiCorp and the state are suing the Environmental Protection Agency for, uh, protecting the environment.
Humana is joining Arches Health Plan in leaving Utah's individual insurance marketplace.
This was the story of an experiment by one LDS congregation to bring Mormon converts of disparate countries together in worship.
A Lifted Letter & Waterworld
Poor Ol' Phil
What is it about the Deseret News and Phil Lyman? Once again on Sunday, the D-News featured the convicted scofflaw on its front page, and said he "doesn't believe" he broke the law.
Right to Bare Arms & Saving Lives and Money
The Monumental Dispute
Parsing through the Bear Ears controversy is not unlike figuring out the Mideast crisis. This became clear in the comprehensive yet confusing coverage of the issue in the Deseret News.
Get the Story Straight & Manning the Watershed
Actually, Utah legislators, it's not about the law so much. Research shows that parents are the key to teenage drinking.