St. George

Young Adults Bike To S. Utah To Promote Affordable Housing

Jul 8, 2016

  A team of cyclists pedaled into St. George Thursday as part of a journey across the United States to promote affordable housing and do a service project on Friday.


Utah's 2nd Medical School Expected To Open In 2017

Jun 22, 2016
Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine

Nearly 80 percent of Utah's counties are facing a medical-professional shortage, making the state the third worst in the country for the doctor-to-patient ratio. The state’s second medical school will open in August 2017 in Ivins, Utah, with the hope to address the statistic.

St. George Public Transit Seeks Public Opinion

May 24, 2016
SunTran / SubChat

Officials at the Saint George public transit system, called SunTran, are considering changing up their bus routes.  


  Residents in southwestern Utah are standing watch over some of the area’s most ancient rock art sites. The “Petroglyph Patrol” volunteers will be at various archeological sites on days with heavy visitor traffic to prevent vandalism or looting of these areas. 

Woman Returns to Retry Failed Rappell

Mar 17, 2016

In 2012, Brittany Fisher was a Utah State University student, spending her spring break rappelling Cougar Cliffs in St. George. Something went wrong and Fisher plummeted about a hundred feet to the rock below.

The 2016 Dixie Regional Transportation Expo begins next Tuesday, February 9th, at The Dixie Convention Center.