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Inland port protests, teacher pay increases and the evolving Utah Jazz roster

This week in Utah, inland port protesters clash with police at the offices of the Salt Lake City Chamber; teachers and the

Utah expands teleworking pilot for state employees

Over the last year, Utah has been conducting an experiment of sorts with its state employees. As part of a pilot program

Greater Avenues Community Council Mayoral Candidates Forum

On Wednesday, July 10th, the eight candidates for Salt Lake City Mayor attended a forum hosted by the Greater Avenues Community Council in

The Geraldine E. King Women’s Resource Center and the ‘new model’ for tackling homelessness

Today we take a walking tour of the Geraldine E. King Women’s Resource Center. The center, which will be operational at the

Salt Lake City mayoral candidates hold primary debate

On Wednesday, June 26th, KCPW broadcast a live debate between the eight candidates vying to become mayor of Utah’s capital city. The

Salary negotiations for SLC school teachers reach an impasse

Last week, around 200 teachers in the Salt Lake City School District staged a walkout of a meeting of the board of

The curtailed picture of refugee resettlement in Utah and the U.S.

Today on the show a look at refugee resettlement in Utah in 2019. The numbers of refugees being resettled here has shrunk

Perspectives on Utah’s water future

Today we take a look at how water in Utah currently gets used, conserved or even wasted, and at plans to provide

Nonprofit news and the future of The Salt Lake Tribune

The Salt Lake Tribune is seeking to become a nonprofit organization. Why? According to owner and publisher Paul Huntsman, it’s because the

Investigative oddities in an early 20th century SLC murder; and the Utah Cold Case Coalition

Today on the program we take a look at an early 20th century Salt Lake City murder, and the unusual method detectives