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Legislative Preview with Downtown Representative Rebecca Chavez-Houck

Utah’s Legislative Session is coming up fast. Today we’re joined by Representative Rebecca Chavez-Houck to get a preview of the session and

Episode 13: January 9th

The legalization of Pot in Colorado weighed against the potential banning of Pop in schools, and gay marriage is illegal again Podcast:

Episode 12: December 26th The Year In Review

Natalie, Jim and Greg discuss the biggest political stories of 2013, predictions for the new year, and their year-end gripes. Podcast: Play

Scott Beck on Bringing a Convention Hotel to Salt Lake City

The idea of a convention headquarters hotel in downtown Salt Lake has been discussed for decades. This would be a large new

1/03/14: Gay Marriage Appeal, New AG, and Stale Air

Salt Lake Tribune reporters Brooke Adams, Robert Gehrke and Brian Maffly talk about gay marriage, a new attorney general and poor air

12/27/13: The Top Stories of 2013

Salt Lake Tribune editor and publisher Terry Orme, deputy editor Tim Fitzpatrick and assistant managing editor Dave Noyce discuss John Swallow, same-sex

Episode 11: December 19th

The Federal Budget Compromise, Utah’s Air Quality, and Matheson’s Big Decision Podcast: Play in new window | Download (23.8MB)

Episode 10: December 12th

The AG Pick by the State Central Committee, Pay Raises for Elected Officials, and Obama gets in on the ‘Selfie’ craze Podcast:

A Preview of EVE – Salt Lake’s Premier New Years Event

Today on the show we’re joined by Topher Horman, Creative Director of EVE to talk about coming together as a community to

Make A Year-End Pledge!

Our Year-end drive has ended, but you can still make your pledge of support here!

Holiday Happenings at the Refreshed Gateway Shopping Center

In 2001 The Gateway opened its doors as Utah’s premier shopping destination. Now, 12 years later, it is in the midst of

November 2013: The Bully

November 2013: The Bully You can download The Bully’s (free) Christmas album here!

Episode 9: December 5th

Public Lands and the Grand Bargain, Senator Osmond’s Education Proposals, Governer Herbert’s Budget, and Josh Romney Takes a ‘Selfie’ Podcast: Play in

Episode 8: November 28th

John Swallow Resigns, The Governer’s Budget Release, and Eliminating the Use of the Filibuster in the U.S. Senate? Podcast: Play in new

Episode 7: November 21st

Increasing the Minimum Wage, Higher Education Funding, and Mia Love vs. Jim Matheson Podcast: Play in new window | Download (23.8MB)

KCPW 2013 STATION SURVEY

Thirty questions. Fifteen minutes. Why should you take part? Because your feedback is essential. The KCPW 2013 Station Survey was created first

A Helping Hand for the Homeless for Thanksgiving and Beyond

Thanksgiving is a time to reflect and show gratitude. But it also marks the beginning of a season in which many Utahns

11/22/13: Swallow Resigns, The Execution of Serial Killer Joseph Paul Franklin

The resignation of embattled Utah Attorney General John Swallow has spawned a host of questions about the fate of current investigations of his conduct, the timing

City Creek Center as Downtown Anchor and Holiday Shopping Destination

This week we’re joined by Dee Brewer, Marketing and Sponsorship Director for City Creek Center. We’ll be talking holiday shopping, and looking

September/October 2013: Coyote Vision Group

September/October 2013: Coyote Vision Group The mysterious, the pyschedelic, the weird: Coyote Vision Group

Exploring Development Downtown with Vasilios Priskos of Internet Properties

Today on the show we speak with Internet Properties founder Vasilios Priskos, who owns or represents dozens of buildings in the downtown

Episode 6: November 14th

Gov. Herbert honors Robert Redford, The aftermath of the Kennecott Landslide, Mayor McAdams and Autism, and Real Salt Lake gets through to

2013 Fall Pledge Drive Thank-you!

Dear KCPW Supporters, Now that our 2013 Fall Pledge Drive is behind us and post-drive pledging is wrapping up, we’d like to take a moment and thank

11/8/13: Swallow Documents, Election Day Results and Air Quality Messaging (Episode 2)

Salt Lake Tribune reporter Jennifer Napier-Pearce discusses John Swallow documents, Election Day results and air quality messaging with Tribune reporters Robert Gehrke

Episode 5: November 7th

The Election day aftermath,  Jim is a thief(?) and what’s happening to Journalism, documents missing from the Swallow investigation, and John Huntsman

Launching a New Winter Farmers Market at the Rio Grande Depot

Today on the show we have a conversation with Alison Einerson who manages Salt Lake’s new Winter Market. The bi-weekly farmers market

Episode 4: October 31st

Immigration Reform, More NSA revelations, The Utah Jazz off to a shaky start, and the ‘Intent to Dine’ guidelines     Podcast:

Check out ‘Behind the Headlines’, Fridays mornings at 9!

KCPW and the Salt Lake Tribune are teaming up to bring you Behind the Headlines, a live weekly broadcast, examining the week’s top

Episode 3: October 24th

The Shutdown’s effect on Jim Matheson, the Utah State Tax Commission’s requirement that married gay couples in Utah must file two state

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A lively and local weekly debate featuring voices representing the right, the center, and the left!