KHOL speaks with “Wild Rescues” author Kevin Grange about working in Emergency Medical Services in Yellowstone, Yosemite and Jackson Hole.
No Lunch Breaks but Plenty of Ski Laps: Retired-Age Targheezers Weather the Pandemic and ‘Keep Moving’
The self-described old ski bums remained a staple at Grand Targhee Resort this season despite the risk of COVID-19.
The environmental impacts of plastic are getting more severe, but one small solution in mountain towns might help.
A groundbreaking rescue last month put the spotlight on two of just seven women TCSAR volunteers.
Photographers, migrating animals, and cultural histories all share a reliance and admiration for dark, starry skies. But in Southeast Utah, advocates say mitigation for light pollution is often ignored.
Public land agencies and nonprofits focus on messaging to mitigate potential safety and crowding issues.
After a two-day search, a rescue dog discovered the body of 28-year-old Trace Carillo on Mt. Taylor, a steep peak on the western side of Teton Pass. The...
An influx of spring visitors to Grand Teton’s vistas and Yellowstone’s geysers could be a tipping point for Jackson Hole's limited medical...
Health officials in southeastern Utah took bold actions this week to slow the spread of the coronavirus in a region with robust global visitation that...