Monthly Archive:: June 2012

Shurtleff: Supreme Court Ruling Mostly a Win for Utah’s Law

Utah’s top law enforcement official says today’s Supreme Court ruling striking down much of Arizona’s illegal immigration enforcement law is mostly a

Wood Hollow Fire Continues to Burn in Sanpete County

The Wood Hollow Fire burning in Sanpete County has grown to an estimated 37,000 acres with flames reaching as high as 100

Dump Fire 80 Percent Contained

Thousands of Utahns got a taste of how dangerous red-flag fire conditions can be over the weekend. A massive wildfire sparked by

CPA Group Question’s Auditor Candidate’s Credentials

With the primary election just days away, one group is questioning the credentials of a Republican candidate for State Auditor after endorsing

Politics Up Close: Dougall Runs for Auditor, Davis School District Pulls Book

What do Internet memes with Ryan Gosling and neon green lawn signs have in common? They’re both part of Representative John Dougall’s

36th Annual Utah Arts Festival Underway

Salt Lake City's Library and Washington squares are covered in 158 booths until Sunday for the 36th Annual Utah Arts Festival. KCPW's

Buhler Named New Commissioner of Higher Ed

The Utah State Board of Regents announced that Associate Commissioner of Higher Education David Buhler will succeed William Sederberg as commissioner.

House Passes Bishop’s Border Bill

The House of Representatives delivered a big victory for Utah Congressman Rob Bishop this week, voting to pass legislation he’s long been

Education Budget Error Fixed in Special Session

A $25 million shortfall in the state’s education budget was resolved yesterday in a special session called by the governor. Democratic Senator

CityViews 6/21/12: Pilar Pobil/David Estes

Utah Arts Festival 2012: Pilar Pobil/David Estes Segment 1: From materials to genres to themes, the artist Pilar Pobil doesn’t like boundaries.