Lexi Peery, KUER 90.1

Lexi Peery

KUER 90.1

St. George, UT, United States

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Past articles by Lexi:

It’s hot, hot, hot in Utah. Here’s how to stay safe

Despite the extreme heat across the state, there are ways to have a fun and safe time outdoors this Labor Day weekend. → Read More

WATCH: Let’s go sandboarding at Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park!

This is what happens when you give a reporter a microphone, a GoPro and a fun outdoor assignment to one of Utah's hidden gems. → Read More

UDOT says it’s gonna be a gondola in Little Cottonwood Canyon (eventually)

The Utah Department of Transportation doesn’t have the money to build the gondola right now. Instead, it plans for a phased approach to traffic issues. → Read More

Canyon locals puzzled over fire and water concerns voiced by Salt Lake County Council members

Though town leaders said fire prevention and preparedness are top of mind. → Read More

Monsoons won’t solve Utah’s drought woes, but it can put a dent in outdoor water use

The water the state gets from monsoons doesn’t always end up in reservoirs. It’s also often muddy and full of debris. → Read More

State agency calls Utah Lake Restoration project ‘unconstitutional’ and ‘a risk’

The director of Forestry, Fire and State Lands gave a scathing report of the development proposal to Utah legislators on Wednesday. → Read More

Feds impose Colorado River cuts on Arizona and Nevada, Utah won’t see cuts yet

While some will have to make historic cuts, Utah leaders are still “fighting aggressively” for the state’s allocation of Colorado River water. → Read More

Some homeowners in fast-growing Washington County see a ‘significant’ property tax increase

The county assessor says that’s because of high property values and freezes to the school fund tax rate. → Read More

Arches National Park sees a drop in summer visitors

This summer compared to last year there’s been about a 25% dip in visitors entering the park, according to park data. → Read More

Environmental groups call on feds to fix Glen Canyon Dam’s plumbing

As water levels at Lake Powell continue to drop, the groups say important and old mechanisms on the dam will be useless. → Read More

We’re smack in the middle of the Salt Lake Valley’s hot ozone summer

Ozone forms by combining pollution with sunlight and warm temperatures. → Read More

St. George water main break swallows car and closes a block of 100 South

The sinkholes in St. George in recent years aren’t geological hazards, rather they are issues with old infrastructure. → Read More

Wanna build in Washington County? First, you’d better check with water managers

Home builders and developers want assurance early on that there’s enough water to continue building in fast-growing Washington County. → Read More

Utah groups want a more international tourist-friendly national park reservation system

They signed onto a letter that calls on the National Park Service to extend reservation windows up to a year out. → Read More

St. George Boulevard wants to reclaim its place as the beating heart of downtown

New businesses are livening up an important east-to-west thoroughfare through the city. → Read More

Joseph Elison and Willie Billings House primary in Washington County heads to a recount

Washington County election officials say for the first time they’re holding a recount for a razor-thin race, and the losing candidate wants it to be done by hand. → Read More

Another fire-prone weekend proves people continue to be Utah’s greatest wildfire risk

Of the 26 wildfires that started over the weekend, all but three of them were human-caused. There are five still burning. → Read More

What Utahns can do right now to be wildfire ready

Wildfires are increasingly threatening Utah homes and communities. Here are some things to help you prepare. → Read More

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ stance on abortion is now ‘more liberal’ than some states’ laws

The church is against abortions, except in instances of rape, incest and if the pregnant person’s life or the fetus’ is in danger. → Read More

Feds call for public input on how to manage the strained Colorado River

Utah water officials say they’re concerned about the move, and that it will diminish the voices of Colorado River Basin states. → Read More