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PNS Weekend Newscast - June 25th, 2017 


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National monuments including the Grand Staircase-Escalante could be rescinded or reduced under a new order by President Trump. (Getty Images)

BOULDER, Utah – Public lands defenders from Utah and across the country are in the nation's capital this week, urging leaders to protect America's national monuments. President Donald Trump ordered a review of monuments designated since 1996 under the Antiquities Act, including Utah's Grand

Zion National Park in southwestern Utah is one of more than a dozen national parks, monuments and public lands in the state. (National Park Service)

SALT LAKE CITY - Members of the Utah House have approved a resolution calling for the attorney general to file a lawsuit claiming ownership of all federal lands within the state's borders. The measure, approved on a 60-15 vote, would authorize $14 million of taxpayer money to take such a case to th

PHOTO: Two cities in Utah are among the best in the U.S. for older Americans to live, according to the Milken Institute's

SALT LAKE CITY - According to the Milken Institute Best Cities for Successful Aging Index, released Tuesday, Provo and Salt Lake City are among the nation's best cities for aging Americans. The report ranks Provo third and Salt Lake fifth on its list of 100 cities. Laura Polacheck, communications d

PHOTO: The federal government says it plans to prosecute everyone who illegally rode an ATV on federally protected lands in southeastern Utah over the weekend. Photo courtesy City of Blanding, Utah.

BLANDING, Utah - The federal government says it plans to prosecute everyone who illegally rode an ATV on federally protected lands in southeastern Utah over the weekend. Juan Palma with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) says his agency will "pursue all available redress through the legal system to

PHOTO: Recapture Canyon near Blanding, Utah, may be the site of another tense standoff over western public lands this weekend, as people plan to ride their ATVs in areas that have been off limits to motorized vehicles since 2007. Photo courtesy City of Blanding, Utah.

BLANDING, Utah – Could Southeastern Utah be the next place where private residents challenge the federal government's authority on public lands? Bureau of Land Management officials in Utah say they have been made aware that a group led by San Juan County Commissioner Phil Lyman plans to ride

PHOTO: A court ruling ensures that motorized vehicle use will continue to be restricted at Salt Creek Canyon in Canyonlands National Park. Photo courtesy Utah Office of Tourism.

SALT LAKE CITY - A recent court ruling will ensure that motorized vehicle use will continue to be restricted at Salt Creek Canyon in Canyonlands National Park. Attorney Stephen Bloch with the Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance says the U.S. Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals rejected arguments by San Jua

PHOTO: Utah is spending millions of dollars promoting the state's

SALT LAKE CITY - The state of Utah is spending millions of dollars promoting its "Mighty 5" national parks in the western United States. Vicki Varela, managing director, Utah Office of Tourism, said her agency is funding the month-long television and online "Mighty 5" advertising campaign in Denver,

PHOTO: Image courtesy of the Ute Indian Tribe.

FORT DUCHESNE, Utah - November is Native American Heritage Month, and that rich ancestry and culture is definitely alive in Utah. The Ute Indian Tribe continues ancient customs and traditions on its Uintah and Ouray reservation near Fort Duchesne. Tribal spokesman Robert Colorow said the Utes hold

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