Monthly Archive:: March 2012

EnergySolutions to Help With Fukushima Cleanup

EnergySolutions will have a hand in cleaning up radioactively contaminated seawater at the Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan that was used

Report Describes Fraud in County AmeriCorps Program

Salt Lake County Auditor Greg Hawkins released an audit today detailing several types of fraud in the county’s AmeriCorps program, following a

Herbert Discusses Re-Election Platform, Legislative Session

Utah Governor Gary Herbert’s 2012 campaign kickoff last night came only five days after the end of the annual session of the

County Mayor’s Race in Spotlight as Democrats Caucus

Democrats turned out in large numbers last night to get involved in the political process, as precinct caucuses elected delegates and precinct

Abstinence-Only Bill Opponents to Rally at Capitol

The Utah Parent Teacher Association says Utahns are being misinformed about the controversial sex education bill that state lawmakers passed during the

CityViews 3/14/12: Homeschooling/House Calls for Mentally Ill

  Segment 1: Homeschooling continues to gain popularity as yet another option in the mainstream education system, with the number of children

Democratic Caucuses Set For Tonight

Utah Democrats across the state will gather in schools and other community spaces tonight as they hold their precinct caucuses. KCPW’s Jeff

County Launching Mobile Teams for Mental Health Crises

Hoping to keep residents with mental health problems out of emergency rooms or jail whenever possible, Salt Lake County has launched three

With Legislative Threat Over, SLC Looks to Resume Work on Billboard Restrictions

Salt Lake City is back to fine tuning its regulation of electronic billboards now that efforts by state lawmakers to thwart the

New University of Utah President Lays Out Plans For the Future

The University of Utah welcomed its new president yesterday. Dr. David W. Pershing was selected to become the school’s fifteenth leader after