Monthly Archive:: September 2011

Glitch in 2010 Law May Affect Board of Regents Nominee

Governor Gary Herbert has appointed Springville Mayor Wilford Clyde to serve on the State Board of Regents, but first the legislature must

Leonardo Features Experimental, Responsive Architecture

An experimental piece of architecture just installed in The Leonardo on Library Square isn’t just meant to be looked at – it

UTA Wants to Trim Costs by Making it Easier to Rehire Retirees

The Utah Transit Authority continues to take steps to trim costs and increase revenues in the wake of the economic recession. Executives

CityViews 9/20: Viva Frida

      Segment 1: Frida Kahlo is one of the most iconic figures and renowned artists of the 20th century. But

30-Kilowatt Solar Array Installed on Leonardo’s Roof

The Leonardo science, technology and art museum on Salt Lake City’s Library Square now features 148 solar panels on its roof, paid

CityViews 9/19/11: Higher Ed

Segment 1: The economic downturn has more adults returning to the classroom to beef up their skills and resumes. But the cost

Democratic Party Leader Slams Redistricting Proposal

Just two weeks before final redistricting maps are voted on by the Utah Legislature, Utah Democratic Party Chairman Jim Dabakis is not

Number of Uninsured Americans Continues to Rise

More Americans are living without health insurance. A new report released by the US Census Bureau shows nearly one million more

U of U Study Says No Link Between Autism and Household Income

New research from the University of Utah shows there is no link between autism and household income. But as KCPW’s Whittney Evans

Politics Up Close: Redistricting, Best Schools Initiative

In just over two weeks, the Utah Legislature will meet in a special session and vote on the final redistricting maps for