Monthly Archive:: October 2012

CityViews 10/30/12: Health Reform Alternatives/“Its Head Came Off by Accident”

  Segment 1: Health care reform has been both pilloried and praised since it became law in March 2010. While the Affordable

Shurtleff Drops Lawsuit Against Bowl Championship Series

Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff says he’s satisfied with the recent decision by the Bowl Championship Series to move to a college

Home Prices Up in Salt Lake County

Home prices in Salt Lake County are on the rise. Third quarter home prices are up 11 percent from 2011 according to

Alliance For A Better Utah Urging For Stop To Negative Campaigning

Utah Legislators and Alliance for a Better Utah are calling for local races in the Beehive state to stop misleading and deceitful

CityViews 10/29/12: Going for Broke/Dying Forests, Part 2

  Segment 1: For the past 12 years, Daniel Suelo has lived solely off the land. He forages for onions and dumpster

Acclaimed Historian to Speak on Politics & the Media in Salt Lake City

President Theodore Roosevelt's "bully pulpit" doesn't exist in the same way for modern presidents. That's part of the message Pulitzer Prize-winning author

Sheriff Winder, Other Law Enforcement, Endorse McAdams

Members of Salt Lake County’s Law enforcement announced their endorsement today for County Mayoral Candidate Ben McAdams. As KCPW’s Charlotte

Airport TRAX Line to Open Ahead of Schedule

Those looking for easier transportation to the Salt Lake City International Airport can look forward to riding TRAX sooner than originally planned.

Utah Launches New AMBER Alert Notifications

Everyone in Utah can now receive AMBER alerts by e-mail or text. The Utah Department of Public Safety recently launched new technology

Matheson Takes Love to Task on Federal Special Ed Funding

Utah Congressman Jim Matheson took aim today at the plan of his Republican opponent to cut $750 billion dollars in federal spending,