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Forgivable loans to pay your employees and a hotline to connect you with economic help

Today on In the Hive we examine some of the resources available to help businesses and organizations weather the financial turmoil caused

A global pandemic has changed the way Utahns eat, drink, work and pollute

Today on In the Hive, a look at how the coronavirus pandemic has changed the way Utahns live. We’ll hear about how

Infectious disease specialists answer questions about COVID-19 in Utah

This week, In the Hive hosted a live Q&A on the impact of the coronavirus in Utah with a particular focus on

Thousands of artifacts from Utah’s past may get a new home

Today on In the Hive we tour the basement of the historic Rio Grande Depot in Salt Lake City, where tens of

18 years later, Green River pipeline proposal resurfaces at Utah legislature

Today on In the Hive we dive deep on one bill under consideration in the waning days of the 2020 Utah legislative

The deal negotiated over Utah’s voter-passed redistricting law

Today on In the Hive: last ballot initiative standing. In 2018, three ballot measures were voted into law by Utah residents. Two

Concurrent Resolution opposing the introduction of wolves clears legislative committee

(KCPW News) A state legislative committee has advanced a resolution opposing the introduction of wolves in Utah. On Monday, Morgan Republican Rep. Logan

Bill would let Utahns in crisis temporarily restrict their own gun purchases

(KCPW News) A proposal that would allow a person to temporarily restrict their own ability to buy a gun has advanced at

The latest battle brewing over the future of Utah’s coal industry

Last month, Richmond California passed an ordinance to ban the storage and handling of coal within their city limits. Officials there say

Utah lawmaker asks legislature for $500,000 to fight Richmond coal ban

(KCPW News) A Utah lawmaker is asking the state legislature to allocate $500,000 to mount a legal challenge against Richmond, California’s ban on