Monthly Archive:: August 2012

Debra Brown Case Goes Back To Court

The Utah Supreme Court will hear testimony Tuesday, September 4th on the state’s appeal to overturn the 2011 exoneration of Debra Brown,

PETA To Have Booth At State Fair

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals will have one of more than 200 booths at this year’s state fair. PETA’s booth

Politics Up Close: Congressional Candidate Chris Stewart, Auditor Hopeful Mark Sage

Despite the Republican National Convention held this week in Tampa, Florida, Republican Congressional candidate Chris Stewart has been here in Utah. The

Utah Delegates at RNC Spend Hours Stuck on Bus

While delegates from Utah were thrilled to hear from Mitt Romney last night as he accepted the GOP nomination for president, not

Report Finds Carbon Dioxide Emissions Down in Utah

According to a new report by Western Resource Advocates, carbon dioxide emissions are declining for the first time in 20 years in

New Data Shows Spike in Uninsured Utahns

The number of Utahns without health insurance climbed from 10.6 to 13.4 percent between 2010 and 2011, according to new numbers from

KSL-TV Meets with LGBT Rights Groups

Two LGBT rights groups sat down Wednesday with the head of KSL-TV’s parent company, Bonneville International, following the NBC affiliate’s decision not

New Program Offers More Incentives to Homebuilders

A new program offered by Rocky Mountain Power is aimed at building more energy efficient homes in Utah. The Wattsmart New Homes

Jordan School District Votes in Favor of Play Policy Changes

Despite concerns voiced by theater teachers, the Jordan School District Board of Education unanimously passed changes to its policy on selecting school

CityViews 8/30/12: UTOPIA/Deana Martin Headlines SLC Jazz Fest

Segment 1: In 2002, a group of Utah cities got together to build a state-of-the-art fiber optic network, a technology infrastructure that