Monthly Archive:: July 2012

Leaders to Decide Best Jordan River Management Principles

A group of community leaders from across the state will meet over the next several months to discuss the best methods of

Population Could Stop Lake Powell Pipeline

New population projections released by Governor Gary Herbert’s office are showing slower growth than expected in Utah’s Washington County. KCPW’s Charlotte Duren

State Task Force Looks to Help Veterans

State leaders want to help simplify life for Utah veterans. Hundreds of programs are available for the thousands who have served, but

CityViews 8/1/12: Child Poverty in Utah/SmartTrips

Segment 1: The newest annual KIDS COUNT report released by the Annie E. Casey Foundation provides a clear picture of the impact

Life at Topaz Internment Camp on Display Online

Images of a dark period in Japanese American history are now on display thanks to the state history department.

City Council to Discuss Guidelines for Historic District Designations

What features make a neighborhood a local historical district? The Salt Lake City Council will attempt to answer that question today.

Public Safety Funding About to Change

Homeowners in Riverton, Herriman, and in unincorporated Salt Lake County will soon be supporting the Unified Police Department through a new property

Outdoor Retailer Brings Attention to Public Lands Issues

Thousands of outdoor enthusiasts will be visiting Salt Lake City this week. What is expected to be the largest Outdoor Retailer Show

Push for Latino Candidates in Utah Finds Success

Salt Lake City is seeing a large number of Latino candidates running for seats in state legislative races. A total of

CityViews 07/31/12: Utahns for Ethical Government/Ransom Wydner of King Niko

Segment 1: A pending decision by the Utah Supreme Court will decide whether a citizen initiative gets on the ballot for Utah