Monthly Archive:: September 2011

Politics Up Close: Romero Runs for Salt Lake County Mayor

Since Peter Corroon’s election in 2004, a Democrat has been Mayor of Salt Lake County. But he pledged to serve no more

Despite Florida Primary Shift, Huntsman Focuses on NH

Despite his roots in the state, former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman did not base his presidential campaign here, opting for sunny Orlando,

CityViews 9/29/11: Connecting the Canyons?

Segment 1: A proposal to build a tram connecting The Canyons Ski Resort in Park City and Solitude Mountain Resort in Big

CityViews 9/28/11: What Would a Broadway Theater Really Mean for SLC?

Segment 1: Salt Lake City continues to push for a Broadway-style theater downtown, but how would such a facility really affect local

CityViews 9/27/11: Mormonism and the Public Good

Segment 1: The gridlock in Washington has many citizens shaking their heads about the divisive nature of the debate and the polarization

CityViews 9/26/11: Reviving Topophilia

Segment 1: Paleontologist and evolutionary biologist Scott Sampson is asking a provocative question: With the rise of global homogenization and a steep

Food Drive Helps to Bring Homeless Youth Off the Streets

As the U.S. tries to climb out of a recession, the issue of homelessness was front and center in Utah today. One

U of U Breaks Ground on $22 Million Chemistry Building

The University of Utah broke ground Thursday for a $22 million chemistry building. The Thatcher Building for Biological and Biophysical Chemistry will

Politics Up Close: Justice in the U.S.

The execution of Troy Davis in Georgia has people across the nation riled up about the state of American justice. And here

Salt Lake County Likely to be Split in Future Congressional Map

As the redistricting process draws close to an end, state lawmakers in charge of evaluating proposals for the four congressional district boundaries