Monthly Archive:: June 2012

Over 6,000 Votes Left to Count in County Mayor Race

Although former Salt Lake County Council member Mark Crockett sits 239 votes ahead of West Valley City Mayor Mike Winder in the

Reyes Points to Negative Ads in Loss to John Swallow

Chief Deputy Utah Attorney General John Swallow is one step closer to taking over his boss’s job. Tuesday, he became the

Utah Senator Orrin Hatch One Step Closer to Seventh Term

Republican voters in Utah weren’t hesitant Tuesday about who they want to send to Washington for the next six years. Last night,

Less Than Half a Percent Separates Crockett, Winder in GOP Mayor Contest

Tuesday was a late night for the two Republican contenders for Salt Lake County Mayor as they went head to head in

Herbert Approves Petilos as New DABC Executive Director

Utah Governor Gary Herbert today approved the appointment of Salvador Petilos as the new Executive Director of the Department of Alcoholic Beverage

Hatch, Liljenquist Enter Final Hours of Election Day

Just a few hours remain before we know the outcome of today's big Republican primary for U.S Senate. KCPW's Jeff Robinson caught

CityViews 6/27/12: Post-Primary Roundup/”Sugarhouse”

Segment 1: From U.S. Senate to Salt Lake County Mayor, Tuesday’s election firms up just who will be the contenders in November’s

CityViews 6/26/12: Backyard Chickens/Incorporating Insects in Your Diet

Segment 1: Where did your breakfast eggs come from today? If you answer, “from my backyard,” you’re part of a growing number

State to Review Laws to Address Fire Season

Does the state need to do more to prevent wildfires? Governor Gary Herbert says in light of this year’s extreme fire season,

Move to Amend Organizers Go to Utah Supreme Court

Organizers of the anti-corporate personhood Move to Amend initiative have taken their quest to get on the ballot in Salt Lake City