Monthly Archive:: August 2012

Utah Republicans Prep For Convention in Tampa

As more develops on the status of Tropical Storm Isaac, Republicans continue to prep for next week’s GOP National Convention in Tampa,

More Utah Students Taking ACT Test; State’s Overall Score Drops

The number of Utah high-school students taking the ACT college entrance exam is on the rise. 97 percent of 2012 graduates took

Utah’s Paiute Tribe Receives Funding For Job Training

The Utah Paiute Tribe’s Koosharem RV Park and Campground has received another round of funding for technical training of its employees. Dave

Utah Department of Health Releases Report on Effects of Climate Change

The Utah Department of Health has released a new report on the potential health effects of climate change. KCPW’s Charlotte Duren talks

Trust Lands Generate $29 Million for Utah Schools

Utah’s public schools are about to split $29 million dollars as the school year gets underway. Margaret Bird, Director of the School

CityViews 8/23/12: Ulrich on Legacy Writing/ “The Book of Mormon Girl”

Segment 1: Whether initials carved into a tree or a message on a gravestone, humans want to leave a mark on the

Neighborhood Bars Plan Still Up for Debate

The fate of Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker’s initiative to allow bars in more walkable neighborhood areas remains up in the

Governor Adjusts Budgeting Office

In an effort to spend tax dollars more efficiently, Utah Governor Gary Herbert is reorganizing his budget office, creating a new Office

West Valley City Council Hears Request for Susan Powell Records

It’s now up to the West Valley City Council to decide who should have access to police records regarding the disappearance of

Mia Love Set To Speak At GOP National Convention

The Republican National Committee announced Tuesday that Saratoga Springs Mayor and Congressional candidate Mia Love will speak at the GOP’s convention in