Lindsay Whitehurst, The Associated Press

Lindsay Whitehurst

The Associated Press

Salt Lake City, UT, United States

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Recent articles by Lindsay:

Experts: US Court fractures decades of Native American law

A U.S. Supreme Court ruling expanding state authority to prosecute some crimes on Native American land is fracturing decades of law built around the hard-fought principle that tribes have the right to govern themselves on their own territory, legal experts say. → Read More

Sen. Mike Lee brushes off opponents to win Utah GOP primary

SOUTH JORDAN, Utah (AP) — Sen. Mike Lee won Utah’s Republican primary Tuesday, brushing off attacks from two challengers who criticized him for his unwavering loyalty to former President Donald Trump and uncompromising lawmaking style. → Read More

Yellowstone flooding rebuild could take years, cost billions

Yellowstone National Park is celebrating its 150th anniversary as it faces its biggest challenge in decades → Read More

Yellowstone flooding rebuild could take years, cost billions

Park officials hope to reopen the southern half of the park next week but the northern half likely won't reopen this year. → Read More

Yellowstone flooding rebuild could take years, cost billions

Created in 1872 as the United States was recovering from the Civil War, Yellowstone was the first of the national parks that came to be referred to as America’s best idea. Now, the home to gushing geysers, thundering waterfalls and some of the country’s most plentiful and diverse wildlife is facing its biggest challenge in decades. → Read More

Yellowstone flooding rebuild could take years, cost billions

Created in 1872 as the United States was recovering from the Civil War, Yellowstone was the first of the national parks that came to be referred to as... → Read More

Yellowstone flooding rebuild could take years, cost billions

Yellowstone National Park is celebrating its 150th anniversary as it faces its biggest challenge in decades → Read More

Floodwaters from Yellowstone surge through eastern Montana

Montana's largest city has restarted its water plant after shutting it down amid record flooding that's caused widespread damage in Yellowstone National Park and surrounding communities. → Read More

Yellowstone's floodwaters surge through eastern Montana

While Yellowstone remains closed at the height of tourist season, residents in ravaged areas cleaned up from the mess and braced for the economic fallout. → Read More

Yellowstone floodwaters threaten water supplies in Montana

Damaging floodwaters that tore through Yellowstone National Park menaced communities downstream where residents cleaned up from the mess and kept an eye on rising river levels while others braced for the economic fallout while the park remains closed. → Read More

Floods leave Yellowstone landscape 'dramatically changed'

Historic floodwaters that raged through Yellowstone National Park may have permanently altered the course of a popular fishing river and left the sweeping landscape forever changed. → Read More

After Yellowstone, floodwaters near Montana's largest city

RED LODGE, Mont. — Floodwaters that rushed through Yellowstone National Park and surrounding communities earlier this week moved through Montana’s largest city on Wednesday, flooding farms and ranches and forcing the shutdown of its water treatment plant. The water in the Yellowstone River hit its highest level in nearly a century as it traveled east […] → Read More

Floods leave Yellowstone landscape 'dramatically changed'

The flooding drove more than 10,000 visitors out of the national park and damaged hundreds of homes nearby. Learn more at Boston.com. → Read More

Floods leave Yellowstone landscape 'dramatically changed'

The flooding could permanently scar the Yellowstone landscape, washing out paths and changing the terrain across the park. → Read More

Floods leave Yellowstone landscape 'dramatically changed'

The forces of fire and ice shaped Yellowstone National Park over thousands of years. It took decades longer for humans to tame it enough for tourists to visit, often from the comfort of their cars. → Read More

Floods leave Yellowstone landscape 'dramatically changed'

Historic floodwaters that raged through Yellowstone National Park may have permanently altered the course of a popular fishing river and left the sweeping landscape forever changed → Read More

Patriot Front leader among those arrested near Idaho Pride

After the arrest of more than two dozen members of a white supremacist group near a northern Idaho pride event, including one identified as its founder... → Read More

Probe could shed light on police time lapse in Uvalde deaths

Authorities now say that several officers entered the elementary school just two minutes after the gunman, but he wasn't stopped until an hour later. → Read More

As US mourns shootings, NRA in turmoil but influence remains

Much has changed since Sandy Hook. The NRA is on the ropes after a series of costly financial scandals and lawsuits. → Read More

If Roe falls, some fear repercussions for reproductive care

If the Supreme Court follows through on overturning Roe v → Read More