Monthly Archive:: July 2012

U of U Aims to Help Veterans with New Prosthetic Implants

A group of University of Utah researchers are working with Salt Lake City’s Department of Veteran Affairs Medical Center to develop a

CityViews 07/30/12: Common Core/Olympics Update

Segment 1: In 2010, the Utah Board of Education unanimously adopted the Common Core standards, an initiative led by the National Governors

Army Corps Awards $22 million Contract to Dugway

A $22 million dollar expansion is coming to the U.S. Army’s Dugway Proving Grounds in Tooele. Friday, Carlos Lazo, Public Affairs Specialist

Obama Appoints First Mormon to Faith Based Council

The White House has announced the appointment of Elder Steven E. Snow of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to

Politics Up Close: ALEC Critics & Supporters, Salt Lake County’s FCOZ Commission

Depending on which person you ask, the American Legislative Exchange Council is a useful tool for state lawmakers to learn how to

Health Department Holds Outreach Meetings on Data Breach

The Utah Department of Health is kicking off a dozen outreach meetings to provide help for those impacted by the Medicaid data

Utah’s Highest Court Hears Arguments in Anti-Corporate Personhood Initiative

It is now up to the Utah Supreme Court to decide whether a ballot initiative calling for a constitutional amendment stating that

City Develops New Bikeway System

(KCPW News) Salt Lake City will soon be getting a little more cyclist-friendly. Joining New York, Chicago, San Francisco, and Portland, the

2002 Olympic Records & Romney

GOP Presidential contender Mitt Romney is in London for today’s opening ceremony for the 2012 summer Olympic Games. Meanwhile, some are hoping

ALEC Names Utah #1 For Economic Outlook Five Years Running

Utah is at the top of its game when it comes to the economy, according to the American Legislative Exchange Council. ALEC,