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BLM, USU Put Heads Together for Uintah Basin Ozone Problem

(KCPW News) Ozone is associated with summer air pollution in populated places. Today in northeastern Utah, even within the city limits of

The Rundown: Restoring the Bonneville Cutthroat Trout to Milcreek

Today we speak with Mike Slater, Regional Aquatic Program Manager with the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources. We’ll hear about a multi-phase

Both Sides of the Aisle – Episode 33 May 29th

Mayor Becker’s potential run for a third term and decision to cancel fireworks at July 4th and 24th celebrations, Gov. Herbert’s vision

Both Sides of the Aisle – Episode 32 May 22nd

National Monuments: Is the President grabbing land, or protecting national treasures? The fate of the Utah’s State Fair, and what’s happening with

Both Sides of the Aisle – Episode 31 May 15th

Higher gas prices in the Summer months, Immigration Reform, and Karl Rove takes a shot at Hilary Clinton. Podcast: Play in new

ClearWater Homes and Pioneer Park Neighborhood Renovations

Today we’re joined by Micah Peters and Matt Kidds of ClearWater Homes. We’ll talk about the need to have a thriving population living

UMOCA Executive Director Kristian Anderson on Contemporary Art in SLC

Today we visit with Kristian Anderson, the new(ish) Executive Director of the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art, or UMOCA. A conversation about

2014 Spring Pledge Drive Thank-you!

Dear KCPW Supporters, Now that our 2014 Spring Pledge Drive is behind us and post-drive pledging is wrapping up, we’d like to take a moment and thank

Previewing the Living Traditions Festival with Jesse Schaefer

Today on the show, we preview the 2014 Living Traditions Festival, which begins on Friday and runs through Sunday. We’ll speak with

Both Sides of the Aisle – Episode 30: May 8

Former Gov. Huntsman mulls another run for President and urges the GOP to act on climate change, and a potential minimum rage

Both Sides of the Aisle – Episode 29: May 1

State Conventions, Gov. Herbert gets a new Chief of Staff, the Donald Sterling comments, and producer Elisabeth Dee’s last show before returning

Who should manage public lands in Utah?

If you missed Wednesday night’s live, Oxford-style debate at the Main Library, you can listen to it here in its entirety (files

5/9/14: No Parade for Mormon Gay Allies, U. Song, Baby Deaths, Rally at Recapture Canyon

The Days of ‘47 Parade denies a request by Mormons Building Bridges to participate in Utah’s largest parade, calling the group controversial. University of

The Twilight Concert Series – with SLC Arts Council’s Karen Krieger

Today on the show we’re looking at what is probably downtown Salt Lake City’s most popular summer event: The Twilight Concert Series.

5/2/2014: Tweet Controversy, New Liquor Law, UTOPIA, BLM and Streetcars

A state lawmaker’s tweet about the NAACP spurs outcry. A new law will allow Utah liquor licenses to be bought and sold. An Australian

Erin Mendenhall and Mike Johnson on the Live Green Festival and Sustainable Living

Today on the show we speak with city council member and Breathe Utah policy director Erin Mendenhall, and with Redirect Guide publisher

Both Sides of the Aisle – Episode 28: April 24

A showdown over public lands, State conventions, education elections becoming partisan and the Jazz will have a new coach Podcast: Play in

Both Sides of the Aisle – Episode 27: April 17

State Senator Todd Weiler sits in for Greg; Immigration reform, State conventions and the Trib in trouble? Podcast: Play in new window

Both Sides of the Aisle – Episode 26: April 10th

The Amendment 3 battle, Local mom gets deported? and is the University of Utah fight song sexist?   **Episode 25 was a

Episode 24: March 27th

The Antiquities Act and Rob Bishop, and Jim steps down from State party chair Podcast: Play in new window | Download (23.8MB)

Episode 23: March 20th

Attendance at Utah Party Caucuses, Is Mitt a has-been? and Malaysia flight 370’s Utah connection Podcast: Play in new window | Download

Spy Hop Executive Director Kasandra VerBrugghen on Media Arts for Youth

Spy Hop has been helping Utah’s youth learn digital media arts for 15 years. Today we speak with Executive Director Kasandra VerBrugghen

Ben Bolte on the Successes of GREENbike as the SLC Bike-Share Enters Year Two

Today on the show we look at the launch of the second year of GREENbike, Salt Lake City’s non-profit Bike Share program.

For those who pledged, we salute you!

The on-air portion of our Spring Drive has wrapped up, but you can still make a pledge by clicking here!

Salt Lake City Transportation Director Robin Hutchison on the Hive Pass and More

On today’s show we’re joined by Robin Hutchison, Director of Transportation for Salt Lake City. We’ll hear about the city’s new Hive

January 2014: Kate MacLeod

January 2014: Kate MacLeod

Utah Heritage Foundation’s Kirk Huffaker on Historic Preservation

Today on Downtown SLC, we’ll speak with Kirk Huffaker, Executive Director of the Utah Heritage Foundation, about historic building preservation, about the

NHMU’s Lecture Series Thursday March 20th: ‘Frankenstein’s Cat’

From the Natural History Museum of Utah’s Lecture Series: Biotechnology has given us a whole new toolbox for tinkering with life and

Episode 22: March 13th

On the last day of the 2014 Legislative session – winners, losers; the Pre-K bill, and a bill stating that open carry

Episode 21: March 6th

The Count My Vote initiative, a 100 million dollar property tax increase in the senate, and the Zion Curtain…     Podcast: