Monthly Archive:: October 2011

U of U Neurobiologist Gets Big Boost for Research

A neurobiologist at the University of Utah is being hailed as one of the nation’s most promising early career scientists by the

Supreme Court Won’t Hear UHP Cross Case

Crosses memorializing fallen Utah Highway Patrol officers will soon have to be taken down. This morning (Monday), the U.S. Supreme Court released

World Population Soars Past 7 Billion

The world’s population has officially soared beyond the 7 billion mark, and many people are talking about what that means for the

Get Ready for Snow in Salt Lake

Tomorrow is expected to mark the first day of snow for Northern Utah. A strong cold front is dropping in from Idaho

CityViews 10/31/11: Questioning Leadership

Segment 1: From business to government to the PTA, leaders define expectations, set priorities and point out a way forward. They get

Salt Lake City Library Director Beth Elder Steps Down

A nationwide search for a new Salt Lake City library director will soon begin. Former Library Director Beth Elder resigned Friday afternoon

Seminars Focus on Putting Vets To Work

Troops who are drawing down from Iraq throughout the end of this year will be coming home to high unemployment rates across

Cab Company Sues City Over Airport Bid System

Local taxi companies are fighting to be able to continue to pick up passengers at Salt Lake City International Airport. Yellow Cab

Politics Up Close: Rocky Anderson Wants to Form New Party

Former Salt Lake City Mayor Rocky Anderson pulls no punches when giving his thoughts on the state of the Democratic Party, describing

Farmers, Community Leaders Gather to Discuss Future of Agriculture in Utah

Ranchers, farmers and community leaders dedicated to keeping Utah’s agriculture industry alive met in downtown Salt Lake City yesterday to discuss the