Monthly Archive:: August 2010
Salt Lake County wants more of a say as Salt Lake City considers adopting a new plan for Parleys Historic Nature Park.
The Deseret News is laying off 43 percent of its workforce and moving into the Triad Center alongside KSL Television and Newsradio.
A Democratic state lawmaker is proposing a bill that would strengthen college anti-hazing policies. KCPW’s Whittney Evans reports.
A new study by the Utah Criminal Justice Center credits Salt Lake County’s Homeless Assistance Rental Program with dramatic improvements in the
Utah Lawmakers are considering whether birthright citizenship should be repealed to stem the numbers of illegal immigrants. KCPW’s Elizabeth Ziegler asked a
Bidders are competing for Salt Lake City's historic Odd Fellows Hall as the window narrows to only two hours. KCPW's Elizabeth
A Republican state lawmaker has entered Utah into a national debate over birthright citizenship.
More than 1,000 tons of oil-soaked soil has been removed from the site of the Red Butte Creek spill so far.
The president of Internet service provider XMission is calling for regulation of DSL providers like Qwest in response to purportedly anti-competitive practices.
Utah Congressman Rob Bishop has been busy holding town halls during the August recess. The Republican is resisting any potential efforts