Yearly Archive:: 2012

Gateway Mall Spokeswoman Says Traffic is Up; Stores Disagree

Downtown Salt Lake City has changed significantly over the past year. The opening of City Creek brought with it over 100 stores

Political Cornflakes: What do Utah’s Congressional Leaders Think About More Gun Control?

Several members of congress have been outspoken about the need for more gun control in the U.S. in light of last weeks

Utah Lawmaker Will Run ‘Open Carry’ Bill Again

Clearfield Representative Paul Ray wants to give gun owners more freedom. The Republican lawmaker is running a bill in the upcoming legislative

CityViews 12/20/12: The End is Nigh?/EVE 2012

Segment 1: The Mayan calendar, which dates back to 3114 B.C., ends on Friday, Dec. 21, 2012 and that landmark moment has

Gun Lovin’ Utah, Why Utahn’s Love Their Guns

Utah residents love their guns. The state has some of the loosest gun laws in the country and is home to

Utah’s Health System Reform Task Force Ends, Many Questions Remain

Since the spring, members of Utah’s Heath System Reform Task Force have been discussing how to best implement healthcare reform in Utah.

CityViews 12/19/12: Good Urbanism/Vacations and the Entrepreneur

Segment 1: Making a place a more vibrant and more appealing place to live is a top concern for cities and towns

Congressman Chaffetz Open to More Gun Control for Mentally Ill

Utah Congressman Jason Chaffetz is speaking out about mental health in the wake of Friday’s shooting in Newton, Connecticut. Monday, the Republican

CityViews 12/18/12: Utah’s Tech Sector/Nature and Creativity

Segment 1: Nearly 50,000 Utahns work in the IT industry, a sector that grew a whopping 7 percent this past year. But

Governor Appoints New Veterans and Military Services Advisor

Retired U.S. Army Colonel Gary Harter was appointed the state’s new Veterans and Military Services advisor today. Governor Gary Herbert announced