Monthly Archive:: September 2012

Local Retailer Struggles After Move Downtown

Ten Thousand Villages, a nonprofit, fair-trade retailer, says moving from Sugar House to downtown has led to a decrease in business, putting

Changes Coming to Parking in Downtown Salt Lake City

While Utahns traveling to downtown Salt Lake City now have to pay for street parking until 8 p.m., making that payment just

Cooke Goes After Governor On EnergySolutions Appointment

(KCPW News) Democratic gubernatorial candidate Peter Cooke attacked Governor Gary Herbert Thursday for what he calls a lack of oversight and accountability

Former Governor Huntsman Continues to Champion LGBT Equality

Nearly three and a half years ago, former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman announced his support for same-sex civil unions shortly before leaving

U of U Receives $1 Million to Study Cosmic Rays

The University of Utah has received a $1 million dollar grant for the study of high-energy cosmic rays in Utah’s western deserts.

Utah Democratic Party Files Lawsuit Over GRAMA Request

The Utah Democratic Party has filed a lawsuit against the state to release contested documents regarding the Legislature’s redistricting process. As KCPW’s

Reid Says Romney Isn’t the “Face of Mormonism”

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is “not the face of Mormonism,” according to U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, who is perhaps

New Website Provides Incorporation Information to Millcreek Residents

Salt Lake County launched a website today designed to provide information to Millcreek Township residents prior to November’s incorporation vote, and representatives

CityViews 9/27/12: Eye-Popping Pop-ups/Journey of the Baha’i Faith

  Segment 1: To say Robert Sabuda makes pop-up books is accurate, but understated. Sabuda’s 3-D creations are as much impressive works

SL County Mayoral Candidates Debate on KCPW

In advance of Election 2012, KCPW held a Salt Lake County Mayoral Debate between candidates Ben McAdams (D) and Mark Crockett (R).