The Yekaterinburg city administration has issued an order commissioning a series of documentary films about the city.
More than 70 museums, galleries, theaters and other cultural institutions will be taking part in Yekaterinburg's Night of Museums on the night of May 19.
Representatives from the Monaco tourism industry recently came to Yekaterinburg in order to promote future tourism to the sovereign city-state on the Mediterranean coast.
The Russian federal government has expanded the 112 emergency services program, allocating $750 million for the project.
The head of the Sverdlovsk regional government sees Yekaterinburg's consideration as a host city for the 2018 World Cup in Russia as an opportunity to grow the capital of the Urals.
The Yekaterinburg Zoo is host to the first aardvarks born in Russia, representing the only zoo in the nation to host the rare, odd-looking creatures.
Yekaterinburg is on its way to building the city's first toll road, according to the Sverdlovsk Region's Highway Department.
The Investigation Committee of the Sverdlovsk region released the results of its investigation into the December 1 car crash involving Governor Alexander Misharin.
The Ministry of Information Technology and Communications of Yekaterinburg now has the capability to take advantage of the new e-signature federal law by utilizing electronic signatures.
Russian President Vladimir Putin warned construction companies working on the 2014 Olympic city of Sochi last week at a meeting in Nizhny Tagil against inflating prices and falling behind schedule.
The state prosecutor of the Sverdlovsk regional court demanded 5.5 years in prison on Thursday for a suspected accomplice of a retired Main Intelligence Department colonel who was accused of attempted armed mutiny.
UMMC Yekaterinburg signed Diana Taurasi to its roster on Thursday.
Famous Russian traveler Fyodor Konyukhov has begun another ascent of Mount Everest, the world's tallest mountain.
A major Russian bank that allegedly withdrew a loan that was pre-approved after meeting a man who lost his legs and genitalia as a result of army hazing has apologized.
After five seasons with UMMC Yekaterinburg, Russian guard Svetlana Abrosimova has signed with Dynamo Moscow.
The Federal Antimonopoly Service, Russia's national competition regulator, has halted the decision made by the administration of Yekaterinburg to have overhead fiber optic lines in the city removed and put into underground ducts by 2015.
A worker at Russian defense company NPO Automation who was caught passing missile secrets to a foreign intelligence agency has been convicted.
The Ankara State Opera and Ballet will travel to Yekaterinburg in order to stage Mozart's opera "Abduction from Seraglio."
Russian President Vladimir Putin gave a tank factory worker from the Ural Mountains region a senior government position on Friday.