Monthly Archive:: October 2012

CityViews 10/25/12: Leashes and Locations/ “Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill”

  Segment 1: Dogs can roam free in seven areas of Salt Lake City and officials are considering adding another five off-leash

Web Cameras Installed on Main Street

Life just got a whole lot more public for those visiting Salt Lake City’s Main Street. The Downtown Alliance recently installed

Testimony To Be Heard On Tar Sands Project

Wednesday, the Utah Water Quality Board will hear testimony on the Utah Water Division’s recommendation to allow the U.S. Oil Sands PR

More Off-Leash Dog Parks Coming to Salt Lake City

Salt Lake City wants to create more open space where dogs are welcome. Ann Ober, the city’s Administrative Services Division Director,

CityViews 10/24/12: Utah’s History of Liquor/Explore Utah Science

  Segment 1: The history of liquor in one of the nation’s driest states? You may think there wouldn’t be much of

Businesses, Organizations Help Excite Voters in 2012

As Election Day nears closer, so do the polls; many of which report President Obama and his Republican Challenger Mitt Romney neck

SLC Offers New Curbside Recycling

Salt Lake City has launched a new voluntary curbside glass-recycling program, and participants provided an update on the program’s progress Monday.  As

CityViews 10/23/12: Voting Rights Act/Hope & Tim

  Segment 1: Thanks in large part to the Voting Rights Act of 1965, everyone today agrees that elections should be free

Design Week Kicks Off in Salt Lake City

Local designers are using this week to come out of the woodwork. Monday marked the kickoff of the second annual Salt Lake

Alta Ski Area Fighting Bark Beetle Infestation

(EXPLORE Utah Science) Millions of acres of evergreen forests across the West are suffering an epidemic of bark beetle infestations.