Monthly Archive:: December 2011

More Food Trucks Could Be Coming to Downtown Salt Lake City

More food options may be coming to Salt Lake City beginning next year. Over the next few weeks the City Council will

Iwamoto, Smart Get Behind Self Defense Program for Schools

One Salt Lake County Councilwoman is teaming up with kidnapping victim Elizabeth Smart to help make sure kids along the Wasatch Front

Mayor Becker, U.S. Forest Service Oppose Land Deal for Proposed Ski Lift

Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker testified this morning before a congressional subcommittee against a proposal to sell a parcel of national

DWR Finds Whirling Disease at Strawberry Reservoir

The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources has identified the parasite that causes whirling disease in Strawberry Reservoir.

Windstorm Damage Forces Centerville Into Disaster Declaration

Following the windstorm that raged through northern Utah Thursday, Davis County has filed a disaster declaration asking the state for assistance.

CityViews 12/5/11: Golf Fee Hike in SLC?

Segment 1: Will green fees go up at Salt Lake City’s nine public courses? How would golfers react to higher fees on

Politics Up Close: Pete Ashdown Makes 2nd Bid for U.S. Senate

Internet entrepreneur Pete Ashdown is once again venturing into politics. The founder and CEO of Salt Lake City-based Internet service provider XMission

Philpot Puts Hat In Gubernatorial Ring

(KCPW News)  Another Republican has thrown his hat in the ring for Governor. Today, Former congressional candidate Morgan Philpot formally announced he

Rocky Anderson To Form New Party, Run For President

Former Democratic Salt Lake City Mayor Rocky Anderson says neither the Democrats nor the Republicans are moving the country in a direction

High Winds Force Centerville to Declare Local State of Emergency

City officials in Centerville declared a local state of emergency Thursday after high winds wreaked havoc on the city. From Bountiful