Judy Fahys, KUER 90.1

Judy Fahys

KUER 90.1

Salt Lake City, UT, United States

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Past articles by Judy:

Congressional Committee Hears 'Forgotten Voices' From Both Sides Of National Monument Debate

The power struggle over the Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante national monuments continued Thursday in Washington, as supporters and opponents told → Read More

New Report Challenges Utah's Skepticism About Climate Change

The Trump administration released the fourth and latest version of the National Climate Assessment on Friday. The congressionally mandated quadrennial → Read More

Blue Wave Might Drown Utah Public Land Bills In Congress

The Utah congressional delegation’s public lands agenda took a hit Tuesday when Democrats won a majority in the U.S. House of Representatives. But Reps. → Read More

Toxic Algae Closes Panguitch Lake, Warnings Remain at Seven Other Utah Sites

Dangerous levels of toxic algae prompted health officials to close Panguitch Lake on Monday, as Utah arrives at its annual peak for harmful algal blooms. → Read More

Rep. Bishop On President Trump, Public Lands And His Vision For A Space Force

As part of our ongoing series of congressional candidate profiles, KUER's Judy Fahys spoke with Bishop about his re-election bid, President Trump and the → Read More

Lake Powell Pipeline: Utah Tells Feds It's Time To Resume Licensing

The Utah Water Resources Division and the Washington County Water Conservancy District asked federal regulators Wednesday to resume processing a permit → Read More

Safe Splashing: Utah's Made Strides Since Crypto Summer But Pool Patrons Still Pose Problems

Some might recall the summer of 2007 for its top billboard song or action-hero movie, but for Utah's public pool-goers that summer stood out for unhappy → Read More

Indian Country Today Goes Mobile: How The Once-Ailing News Outlet Bounced Back

As The Salt Lake Tribune and other regional papers have cut staff, a news outlet for indigenous Americans has been resurrected with a former local → Read More

A Look At The Fires Burning Across Utah Right Now

More than 60 fires are lighting up seven western states in the U.S., including several in Utah. Here's the latest on major wildfires in our region and what → Read More

A Short Fireworks Season Begins After State Law Changes

New statewide restrictions on fireworks means a much smaller window for setting off the colorful explosives this July 4th and Pioneer Day. → Read More

Free-Range Parenting Is The Law In Utah Beginning Tuesday

The country's first free-range parenting law goes into effect in Utah May 8. But people in other states are already warming to the idea. → Read More

With Deadline Looming, DACA Recipients Across The Region Worry About Future

A fierce debate is taking place across the country right now: What to do about immigrants who came here illegally as children. Up until recently, they qualified for a program called Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, which protects them from deportation. But the Trump administration rescinded that Obama-era rule and Congress is debating what will take its place. We talked to three… → Read More

New Washington County Lawmaker Sworn In; Replaces Lawmaker Snagged in Call-Girl Scandal

A new lawmaker joined the Utah House of Representatives Wednesday, St. George attorney Travis Seegmiller . → Read More

Parks Board: Members Resign Over What They Call Interior Department Neglect

They felt like the Interior Department had snubbed their valuable work, so most members of the National Park System Advisory Board resigned last week. → Read More

License Agency Pauses Pipeline Review To Decide on Jurisdiction

A federal agency has pressed the “pause” button on the license for the Lake Powell Pipeline. → Read More

Regulators Hiring New Inspector To Help With Basin's Ozone Problem

The Utah Division of Air Quality is interviewing for a new staff position — a compliance officer based in the Uintah Basin. → Read More

Thomas S. Monson: Mormon Faithful Recall A Great Leader Sharing Humble Stories

LDS Church President Thomas S. Monson led a flock of millions but he inspired one by one, with personal stories. On Wednesday, people around Temple Square → Read More

Booze, Bears Ears & Bodycam Videos: The Top Stories Of 2017

From politics to public lands, 2017 was another big year of local news. KUER reporters recap some of the top stories of the year and why they mattered. → Read More

Critics Pan Higher Fees For National Parks

Opposition seems to be growing against plans for raising entrance fees at some national parks, and some critics in Utah want the National Park Service to → Read More

Utah Firefighters Head To California

Utah fire agencies are helping fight the devastating wildfires in southern California. → Read More