Monthly Archive:: April 2012

New Suicide Prevention Law is Personal Accomplishment for A.G.

Utah teachers will soon have a new type of training, one aimed at saving their students’ lives. House Bill 501 requires all

Hatch Takes on Opponents in First Debate

For the first time, Republican Senator Orrin Hatch joined his GOP opponents in this year’s election, State Representative Chris Herrod and former

The Cupcake Project at UMOCA

An exhibition coming to downtown Salt Lake City’s Utah Museum of Contemporary Art will have visitors thinking about hunger in a different

Hackers Access Medicaid Files on State Health Department Server

Utah residents who are on Medicaid will want to keep a close eye on their bank accounts and credit scores in the

CityViews 4/5/12: Health Reform in Court/”The Doctor is In”

  Segment 1: The fate of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is now in the hands of the U.S. Supreme

RadioLab Hosts Deliver 2012 Nature of Things Finale

During the finale of the 2012 Nature of Things Lecture Series, RadioLab hosts Jad Abumrad and Robert Krulwich took listeners behind the

Councilman Enters Contest to Bring “Bully” to Salt Lake City

The controversial film “Bully” opens in major cities across the country this month and hundreds of other cities are demanding screenings of

West Valley City Police Chief Says He Couldn’t Have Stopped Josh Powell

West Valley City Police Chief “Buzz” Nielsen still believes he made the right decision by not arresting Josh Powell after his wife

CityViews 4/4/12: Public Lands Battle/Noise Pollution

Segment 1: Two-thirds of Utah is owned by the federal government. But opinions about whether the federal government’s management of these public

NAACP Hosts Education Forum in Wake of Trayvon Martin Shooting

The Salt Lake Branch of the NAACP hosted a forum last night to educate the public on interacting with law enforcement and

ICE Says “Cross Check” Operation Leads to Arrest of 54 in Utah

54 convicted and fugitive immigrants in Utah have been arrested following a nationwide operation by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Steven Branch,

New Mortgage Loans Coming to Help Utah Homeowners

Help is on the way for hopeful Utah homeowners. Monday, Governor Gary Herbert joined officials from the Utah Housing Corporation to

Duchesne, Salt Lake Counties Among Worst for Driver Safety

Have you ever wondered where the worst drivers are in Utah? The Utah Department of Public Safety has released a study that

CityViews 4/3/12: Mickey Ibarra/LGBT Rights and Religious Liberty

Segment 1: Salt Lake City native Mickey Ibarra has had a long career in public service. As Director of Intergovernmental Affairs for

March 2012: The Trappers

March 2012’s featured band is The Trappers The Trappers play a gritty brand of rock-n-roll that emphasizes the roll over the rock,

UMOCA Nets Big Grant

A downtown Salt Lake City arts museum is gaining national recognition for its recent improvements. The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual

Herbert Defends Signing Public Lands Bill

Governor Gary Herbert is defending his decision to sign a bill demanding the federal government transfer its public lands in Utah to