Monthly Archive:: August 2011

Herbert Meets with Utah Troops in Iraq

Utah Governor Gary Herbert is in the Middle East, where he met with troops in Iraq yesterday. He says he wanted to

Mid-Jordan, West Valley TRAX Lines Set to Open Sunday

The Utah Transit Authority and cities on Salt Lake County’s west side are celebrating the completion of the Mid-Jordan and West Valley

Hatch, Lee Reject Debt Ceiling Increase Package

Republican Utah Senators Orrin Hatch and Mike Lee rejected the debt ceiling package that passed the Senate today and was swiftly signed

Love Discusses Potential Congressional Bid

When she was elected mayor of Saratoga Springs in 2009, Mia Love made history as the first African American woman ever to

Some Cottonwood Heights Businesses Worried About Being Forced Out of Town

Some business owners in Cottonwood Heights are concerned about the abundance of police presence. They say rather than doing their job, officers

DWS Offers Up to $4,000 for Job Training for Some Workers

The Utah Department of Workforce Services has received funds from the U.S. Labor Department to help eligible workers afford job training for

Salt Lake School District Holding Public Hearing on Tax Hike

The Salt Lake City School Board will hold a public hearing tomorrow on a proposed $1.7-million property tax hike. School District Business

Summit Helps Foster Kids Learn Rules for the Road

More than 200 kids aging out of Utah’s foster care system or who have benefited from Division of Child and Family Services

KCPW Explores Salt Lake City at Night

After the sun goes down a different group of Utahn’s awake who work at night. KCPW’s Jessica Gail spent time with everyone