Monthly Archive:: August 2010
Utah Latinos have weighed in on the controversy surrounding a proposed anti illegal immigration bill at the Utah Legislature. And so
In what is becoming an annual event, supporters of state sovereignty plan to parade off highway vehicles from Liberty Park to the
Author Leslie Albrecht Huber spoke about her book The Journey Takers during an Authors Live lecture in the Salt Lake City Library
The Lion King is now on week three of its seven-week run at the Capitol Theatre in downtown Salt Lake City.
Governor Gary Herbert has tossed religion into what’s shaping up to be a heated debate about education in the gubernatorial race, which
Utah Lawmakers are considering two options to restore access to public waterways that may have been restricted because they flow through private
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has ordered the Utah Transit Authority to re-hire a male employee it says was wrongfully terminated.
Proponents of repealing the 14th Amendment, which grants citizenship to everyone born on U.S. soil, might have Utah Governor Gary Herbert on
Parleys Historic Nature Park is about to undergo a dramatic change. The proposal Salt Lake City is currently debating will affect four
There’s a good chance Salt Lake City’s summer-long Twilight Concert Series will continue at Pioneer Park next year. KCPW’s Whittney Evans reports.