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Obamacare Moves Forward in Utah, but with Some Glitches

(KCPW News)  The individual Obamacare exchange opened today, but glitches are making it frustrating for some, who are anxious to sign up

Is Nuclear Power in Utah’s Future?

(Explore Utah Science/ KCPW)  Fears have prevented the construction of nuclear power plants for over 40 years, but Blue Castle Holdings is

The BLM Plans to Lease Land in the San Rafael Swell Angering Environmentalists

(KCPW News)  In November, the Bureau of Land Management plans to auction off over a hundred thousand acres of land in central

The US Interior Department Says the West Davis Freeway Will Damage Wetlands

(KCPW–September 5, 2013)  The Utah Department of Transportation wants to build a freeway that would go north from Farmington, adjacent to the

Utah Schools Get Their Report Cards

(KCPW–September 4, 2013)  School grades are out, but many teachers, principals, and education groups are not happy about it. KCPW reporter Kim

Read. Graduate. Succeed. Tutoring Program Receives 1.2 Million

(KCPW–August 29, 2013)  A statewide tutoring program has received a $1.2 million dollar grant to help struggling students learn how to read

The Brouhaha Over BrewHaHa

(KCPW–August 27, 2013)  A small restaurant is getting a lot of opposition in a Salt Lake City neighborhood.  KCPW reporter Kim Schuske

Navigating the Obamacare Health Insurance Marketplace

(KCPW–August 26, 2013)  On October 1st, people currently without health insurance will be able to sign up through Utah’s on-line marketplace or

A Book Deal Goes Bad Because of Gay Author’s Bio

(KCPW–August 22, 2013)  After working on a book for years, two authors say a Utah publishing company refused to publish their book

A Utah Hospital is Developing Medical Devices in House

(KCPW–August 20, 2013)  Intermountain Healthcare has created a lab with big name partners to develop medical devices and other technologies that they