The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) is beginning construction on a project designed to enhance the safety and mobility of Scenic Byway State Route 12 through a one-and-one-quarter mile section of Bryce Canyon National Park.
The project, valued at over $8-million, extends efforts to bring further stability to a landslide area that claimed half of the road in February 2017 and follows an
U.S. authorities investigating a tour bus crash that killed four Chinese tourists in Utah say they haven’t uncovered any mechanical problems that could have caused the September incident.
The National Transportation Safety Board also said Thursday in a report that the 60-year-old driver was on his first run for a new company, but he knew the area from trips for another agency.
A man is safe after surviving four days with only a bottle of water and no food, during a hike in Bryce Canyon.
The Garfield County Sheriff's office said John Wiersma had gone on what was supposed to be a two-hour hike along Swamp Canyon Trail last Monday, but he got lost...