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Stop the presses. Utah’s two oldest and largest newspapers to print once a week

“Stop the presses” is a phrase from the heyday of newspaper journalism that referred to a temporary pause on printing for a

The Lincoln Project’s Stuart Stevens on the 2020 election and the future of the GOP

Today on “In the Hive,” we’re joined by a longtime Republican strategist who early on in the last presidential election cycle decided that

The Candidates: Utah’s Republican Attorney General seeks reelection

On “In the Hive,” we’re continuing our conversations with candidates for statewide office. Today it’s incumbent Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes. He

Candidates for statewide office: the Democrats

This week, and next, on “In the Hive,” we feature conversations with candidates for statewide office. Today it’s the Democratic candidates for

Former GOP lawmaker’s new project? Starting a mushroom-based religion

On this episode of “In the Hive,” we have a conversation with former GOP state lawmaker Steve Urquhart, who served 16 years in

How climate change is contributing to Western wildfires

Today on “In the Hive” we look at the wildfires that have been devastating the Western United States this summer. More than

The origin and aftermath of a powerful windstorm

Where did this week’s powerful windstorm come from? What caused it? Just how destructive was it? We hear from a National Weather

Tracking the spread of coronavirus through the sewers

On this episode of “In the Hive” we look at a novel method for detecting coronavirus – but one that has nothing

Sen. Mitt Romney on the pandemic relief impasse in Congress, by-mail voting, and the November election

This week on the program we feature a conversation with Sen. Mitt Romney about the impasse in Congress over the latest round

Police reform, protests, and felony charges for demonstrators

This week on “In the Hive”, we check in with the mayor of Salt Lake City to hear about an executive order