Monthly Archive:: December 2011

Employment On The Rise in Utah

Utah remains one of the nation’s leaders when it comes to employment growth, according to the latest report from the Department of

School District Says it Was Protecting Gay Student by “Outing” Him

A spokeswoman for the Alpine School District says a Lehi middle school did not “out” a 14-year-old student to his parents as

Matheson to Run in 4th Congressional District

The National Republican Congressional Committee has stepped up its attacks on Utah Congressman Jim Matheson, releasing an ad highlighting his support of

“Sugar Hole” Project Moves Forward With Help From Salt Lake City

An area of Salt Lake City scornfully referred to by many residents as the “Sugar hole” will finally get the facelift it

CityViews 12/15/11: To Caucus or Not to Caucus

Segment 1: A simmering debate over how political candidates are nominated in Utah is bubbling over into editorial pages, the blogosphere and now the

CityViews 12/14/11: Going Solar

Segment 1: How can you harness the power of the sun? We’re talking about solar technology and how residents and businesses are

CityViews 12/13/11: Sederburg on Higher Ed

Segment 1: Under his watch as Commissioner of Higher Education, William Sederburg saw student enrollment at Utah’s eight colleges and universities grow

Utah Cares – December 2011

KCPW, the Utah Nonprofits Association, and Utah Public Radio are partnering to spotlight the positive impacts of local nonprofit organizations. “Utah Cares”

CityViews 12/12/11: Jesus Christ Superstar

Segment 1: A group of business leaders says education funding should be the state’s top priority. What is the Prosperity 2020 movement

Politics Up Close: Sumsion Runs for Governor, Mayor Ralph Becker

Republican Utah Governor Gary Herbert now has some competition as he runs for re-election in 2012. After serving three terms in the