A House committee voted down Healthy Utah, but sent an alternative plan to the full House. A “model” anti-LGBT discrimination and religious
All wars are the same, it is said; only the scenery changes. And the repercussions are pretty much the same too Over the
After making it through the Senate, Gov. Gary Herbert’s Medicaid expansion proposal likely won’t get debated in the House. Utah’s first medical
State of the Re:Union has made it an annual tradition to commemorate Black History Month with a special episode exploring lesser known
Lawmakers analyze Medicaid alternatives Healthy Utah and Sen. Allen Christensen’s so-called Vulnerable Utah plan. Utah’s Congressional delegation brings a small government message
In this episode, we track down secrets one powerful religious hierarchy was keeping under wraps; troops open up to Reveal about their
Recent officer–involved shootings have spawned public outcry and scrutiny about how police officers are trained, when lethal force is justified and how
The Healthy Utah plan gets compared to the “Frail Utah” plan. Lawmakers unveil a first draft of a combined religious liberties-nondiscrimination bill.
Real Love with host Anna Sale is a one-hour Valentine’s Day Special from WNYC’s Death, Sex & Money. It’s a personal, honest
Doctors are divided about the health consequences of breathing dirty air for pregnant women and their babies. Rep. Brian Greene questions whether
UPHE Seminar on Air Pollution and Pregnancy which will be simulcast by KCPW. Six physicians with expertise on how air pollution exposure can adversely affect
The LDS Church pushes for laws that protect both LGBT rights and religious freedom. Gov. Gary Herbert asks the legislature to boost funding
Six physicians with expertise on air pollution and neurologic diseases gave a 75 minute presentation to a live audience on the medical research
So what exactly are we revealing? In our newest episode, “Reveal” reporter Katharine Mieszkowski continues her investigation into the murkiness that surrounds day
Former GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney explores a third run for the White House. Salt Lake City opens up police civilian review
With all of the buzz about bees lately, KSVR’s Jodie Buller and Alex Westcott took to the fields, the farmers’ market, and
Two more officer-involved shootings raise questions about how law enforcement is trained to de-escalate confrontations. The public weighs in on banning wood
Peace Talks Radio producer Paul Ingles interviews two leading King scholars, asking each to pick speeches from those years to focus on.
Mia Love makes history as the first black Republican woman sworn into the U.S. House of Representatives. A supporter of moving Utah’s
Some compelling and timeless moments drawn from just one of our many seasons of programs in the Peace Talks Radio series on
Talks about protecting the climate are peppered with Megawatts and BTU’s; parts per million and fugitive methane; wind velocity and crop yields.
Fraternizing with the enemy was an offense for which a soldier could be court-martialed. Yet on the frozen battlefield of Flanders, Belgium
Facing public outcry, the commission charged with selecting a new prison site may add a few locations to their short list. Another
As 2014 draws to a close, Political Junkie Ken Rudin remembers the lawmakers and newsmakers from the world of politics who
Cities jockey to get off the prison-relocation short list. The Utah GOP sues the state on the Count My Vote compromise bill.
FutureCar: Accelerating Into the Future, a one-hour special from IEEE Spectrum, explores the latest technological advances for the automobile, and previews cars
Utah regulators have settled with incinerator Stericycle for air quality violations. The state wants to move the prison, but cities don’t want
Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt were the “first couple” of American radio. From the 1920s through FDR’s fourth term, the president and first
Best of the Best presents the winners of our 14th annual TC / Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Competition. Innovative and insightful, the stories will
Utahns react to President Obama’s action on immigration. Law enforcement weighs in on a plan to bump freeway speed limits to 70