Monthly Archive:: April 2012

DECA International Career Development Conference Held in Salt Lake City

Thousands of the world’s next generation of leaders are spending a few days in Utah. DECA, an organization targeted toward students interested

Article Casts Doubt on Romney “Saving” 2002 Games

“Think Romney saved Utah’s Olympic Games? Think again.” Those are the exact words on the cover of Salt Lake Magazine’s latest issue,

Salt Lake County Looks for Transportation Solutions in Mill Creek Canyon

Salt Lake County is asking for the public’s advice on transportation issues in Mill Creek Canyon at an open house today.

CityViews 5/1/12: The Case for Juries/Improving Justice

  Segment 1: The U.S. Constitution doesn’t guarantee being judged by a jury of one’s peers. Instead, the Sixth Amendment creates the

Public Lands Big Topic at First Ever Rocky Mountain Roundtable

Federal lands, water and energy are all concerns that not only affect Utah, but the entire Rocky Mountain region. That’s why Utah

Rampton Officially Files for Candidacy

Vince Rampton officially filed paperwork this morning to run for office alongside Democratic gubernatorial candidate Peter Cooke. As KCPW’s Whittney Evans reports,

CityViews 4/30/12: Director Richard Dutcher/Learning about Lupus

Segment 1: Richard Dutcher’s film “Falling” was dubbed “the first R-rated Mormon film” during a brief run in theaters back in 2008.

April 2012: Joel Brown

Joel Brown released his first solo record, "In Retrospect" in May, 2011 under the Spy Hop Records label, a non-profit independent label

Health Department Still Notifying SSN Hacking Victims

The Utah Department of Health has sent letters to nearly everyone who had their social security number stolen by hackers earlier this

Common Core Draws Supporters & Critics to Public Discussion

The debate over how to best teach Utah children took center stage last night. More than 200 teachers, parents and education officials