Monthly Archive:: July 2012

Huntsman to Be Honored by LGBT Rights Group

Former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman is among those who will be recognized by Equality Utah as it holds its 11th Annual Allies

U of U Works to Ensure Mine Safety

Nearly five years after the tragic Crandall Canyon Mine disaster that left six miners and three rescuers dead in Utah’s Emery County,

McAdams Announces Support from GOP Mayors, Council Members

Eight Republican leaders from across Salt Lake County are throwing their support behind State Senator Ben McAdams, the Democratic nominee for County

CityViews 7/26/12: Freedom of Expression and School/Crispin Glover

Segment 1: Many who saw Bingham High School’s production of “Dead Man Walking” last spring applauded the performance, but others – including

ALEC Begins Annual Conference in Utah; Protests Follow

Utah’s legislative session is still six months away, but this week, several state lawmakers are drafting laws along with hundreds of other

Geena Davis to Visit Salt Lake Bees Game, Highlighting Women in Baseball

She’s been a fugitive, baseball player and President of the United States… all on screen. Now, Oscar-winning actress Geena Davis is coming

University Draws National Grant for Mathematics

A University of Utah professor has received a prestigious award that could give more than a million dollars to the University’s mathematics

Gubernatorial Candidate Unveils Plan to Help With Student Loans

Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate Peter Cooke says if elected, he wants to help students pay off their student loans and create a state

CityViews 7/25/12: Utah’s First Black Judge/Olympic Preview

Segment 1: As a young African-American who had never set foot west of Philadelphia, Tyrone Medley felt a bit out of place

New Partnership Brings Major Sporting Events to Utah

More winter sporting events are coming to Utah. On Friday, Governor Gary Herbert announced a new partnership between the Utah Sports Commission