Monthly Archive:: October 2011

Utah State Bar to Hold Free Legal Clinics Across State

The Utah State Bar will be working this week to match low-income Utahns with attorneys who can help them out for free.

“Joe Hill and the History of Utah Radicalism” Panel Discussion

Listen to our podcast of a panel discussion from the 14th annual Utah Humanities Book Festival, “Joe Hill and the History of

Utah Leads Nation in Contemplating Suicide

More people in Utah seriously think about committing suicide than in anywhere else in the country, according to a new report released

Salt Lake City Council District 2 Debate

With the election coming up on Tuesday, November 8th and early voting starting next week, today we hosted a debate for Salt

Library Board Hears More Cries For New Director at SLC Library

Citing chaos and mismanagement, one of the Salt Lake City Library’s largest financial and volunteer supporters took a step back yesterday afternoon,

Tavaci Development May Still be Re-Zoned

Cottonwood Heights Mayor Kelvin Cullimore says he’s hoping developer Terry Diehl will reconsider building in his city now that it may re-zone

State Expands Renewable Energy Rebate

The Utah Office of Energy Development has made more funds available for its Renewable Energy Rebate Program as a result of its

Huntsman’s Daughters Try to Win Fans for Campaign

We’ll have to wait until the New Hampshire primary to know for sure whether former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman’s decision to skip

CityViews 10/20/11: Profiles of Breast Cancer

Segment 1: Breast cancer is the leading cause of cancer death among Utah women, but public awareness and early detection are saving

Lawmakers Give DUI Program a Second Glance

In a committee meeting Wednesday, state lawmakers reconsidered the effectiveness of a program that requires first-time DUI offenders to install a device