Nov 3, 2013
Mayor's SL County budget calls for employees to receive benefits, raises
Thousands of Salt Lake County employees may enjoy a pay raise and retirement benefits they haven't seen since 2009.
Kennecott defends Utah mining from challenge
For years, Kennecott Utah Copper Corp. has been violating clean-air regulations at an open pit west of Salt Lake City by digging for more ore than allowed under a federal agreement and kicking up dust, clean-air groups planned to argue Tuesday in federal court.
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Rio Tinto Hard-Pressed to Win by a Landslide
Earlier this year, the miner was crushed when a massive and catastrophic landslide at its Bingham Canyon mine in Utah caused 165 million tons of rock to crash to the mine floor.
Movement at Bingham Canyon Mine prompts evacuation
An estimated 100 employees and contractors were evacuated from Kennecott Utah Copper's Bingham Canyon Mine on Wednesday and operations ceased for the night after movement was detected in the area of April's massive landslide.
1,800 ton machine clears dirt from Kennecott mine landslide
It's been four months since an enormous wall of dirt rumbled down the northeast section of the open pit at Kennecott's Bingham Canyon Mine.