Behind the headlines: Environmentalists pan power company’s emissions plan (2/12/16)
Rocky Mountain Power's plan to reduce emissions meets criticism from environmentalists and the Offic…
UMOCA Executive Director Kristian Anderson on Art, Leisure and Economy
Today on the program host Jason Mathis speaks with Kristian Anderson, Executive Director of UMOCA – …
The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour: Criminal Justice Reform & Pay-for-Success for Salt Lake County
The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour (Air date: February 10/13, 2016) -- Earlier this week the Hinckley…
The Bottom Line: Determined to Disrupt the Home Real Estate Industry - Johnny Hanna of Homie
The Bottom Line – (Air date: February 9, 2016) People have tried to disrupt the residential real est…
- Police: 3 killed, scores hospitalized after huge I-78 pileup 02/13/2016FREDERICKSBURG, Pa. (AP) — A pileup involving dozens of vehicles on a Pennsylvania interstate that killed three people and sent scores to hospitals appears to have been related to a passing snow squall, authorities said Saturday.
- Reality tempers optimism in coal country after court ruling 02/13/2016MADISON, W.Va. (AP) — The U.S. Supreme Court has delivered a commodity that is hard to come by in coal country: hope.
- Recaptured jail inmate says he never intended to harm anyone 02/13/2016SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) — The suspected mastermind of a three-man escape from a Southern California jail says he never intended to harm anyone during his eight days on the run.
- An Endgame for Syria? 02/12/2016Assad vows to retake all of Syria; The Pope meets the Russian Orthodox Patriach; Can smartphones predict earthquakes? Picture: Syrian President Bashar al-Assad gestures during an exclusive interview with AFP in Damascus on February 11, 2016. AFP/Getty
- "Cessation of Hostilities" in Syria 02/12/2016Agreement, with caveats, at the Syria talks in Munich; Reporting inside Ethiopia ; Rwanda plans to "relocate" Burundian refugees to other countries. (Photo: Delegates at the International Syria Support Group (ISSG) meeting in Munich, Germany. Credit: Reuters/Michael Dalder)
- Getting the World Online 02/12/2016Billions of the world's poorest people have no access to the internet. Connectivity is growing fast in many parts of the globe, but not everywhere. In large parts of Africa and South Asia, for example, the barriers to joining the information age are simply too great. So why has the Indian government just banned Facebook […]
- Trib Talk Live: Bagley on Pulitzers, political cartoons (2/12/16)
- Better Utah Update: Budgeting, SB54 Substitute, Partisan Committee Membership
- Bill Would Allow ‘Segmentation’ of Utah’s Scenic Byways
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- Better Utah Legislative Update: Efforts to Restore Education Funding, Legislative Endorsements, More
- Political Cornflakes: Obama Cites Mormon Persecution in Call for Religious Tolerance