Divers search reservoir on Ute reservation for evidence in homicide, sources say
Members of the Utah Department of Public Safety dive team search the waters of Bottle Hollow Reservoir on the Uintah-Ouray Indian Reservation on Friday, June 20, 2014.
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Wells to rails: Utah may build $2 billion line to ship oil
After studying 26 possible routes for a rail line to transport crude oil from the Uinta Basin, the Utah Department of Transportation revealed Friday that only one is feasible.
Utah group starts on what could be first crude upgrader in U.S.
FUELogistics, a privately-held company in Utah, said on Thursday it broke ground on what could be the first crude oil upgrader to open in the United States, and it hopes to turn cheap waxy crudes from the Uintah basin into more lucrative ones.
Duchesne dedicates new memorial to county's veterans
Bobbi Casey, of Salt Lake City, takes a picture of a bronze statue of a U.S. Navy WAVES officer following the dedication Saturday, May 24, 2014, of the new Duchesne County Veterans Memorial.