Monthly Archive:: May 2011

FCC Says Millions Still Lack High Speed Internet Access

Twenty-six million Americans still don’t have high-speed Internet access, according to the FCC’s annual report to Congress. As KCPW’s Whittney Evans reports,

The Decemberists, Bright Eyes Part of 2011 Twilight Concert Series

Downtown Salt Lake City will start filling up on Thursday nights this summer as the 2011 Twilight Concert Series returns to Pioneer

AG Changes Mind, Decides to Appeal Debra Brown’s Innocence Case

After being found factually innocent after serving 17 years behind bars, a Logan woman may have to return once again to the

Hatch Stands by Patriot Act Despite Tea Party Opposition

The loudest objections to the Patriot Act in the United States used to come from the political left. But increasingly, the right

Former Ambassador Brings Expertise on Yemen to Salt Lake

A former U.S. Ambassador to Yemen’s visit to Salt Lake City yesterday came at an ideal time to discuss the country in

Brian David Mitchell Gets Life in Prison

Brian David Mitchell, the man recently convicted of kidnapping and sexually abusing Elizabeth Smart nearly nine years ago, will spend the rest

BBC Presenter Explains Significance of President’s Visit

President Obama’s trip to London makes it a busy time for the BBC World Service, which has been covering his visit extensively

Lee to Vote Against Patriot Act

Utah Senator Mike Lee says he’ll vote no on extending the PATRIOT Act when the Senate takes a final vote later this

Salt Lake City Councilman Cleared on Criminal Charges

A Salt Lake City Councilman no longer had criminal charges hanging over his head when he attended Tuesday’s council meeting. Soren Simonsen

Counties Defend Restaurant Tax Against Lawsuit

The Utah Association of Counties is rounding up support to defend the restaurant tax against a lawsuit filed by the Utah Taxpayers