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In the Hive – Why raise the food tax?

Today, the push underway to overhaul Utah’s Tax system. We’ll get a brief overview of why tax reform is happening (lawmakers are

Homeless shelter overflow, conversion therapy bans and attempts to halt the Utah Inland Port

Just weeks after opening in Salt Lake City, a homeless women’s resource center is already filled to capacity. The LDS Church opposes

Before the World Wide Web, there was ARPANET

Today on the show, we go back to a time before Alexa and Siri, before AOL, before dial up modems, before websites

Rock climbing is a dangerous sport, but it doesn’t have to be so bad.

Rock climbing, ice climbing and mountaineering have never been more popular than they are now. But as more people are heading to

LDS church leader says gender is defined at birth, ATVs in Utah’s national parks, and a lewdness charge.

A leader in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints defines gender as ‘biological sex at birth.’ The National Parks Service

Best of In the Hive – 2019

Producers Roger McDonough and Tim Pierce share clips from their favorite episodes of “In the Hive” over the past year. Join them

Reactions to impeachment inquiry, State alters Lake Powell Pipeline plan, and a coal mine resumes production.

Utah’s members of Congress react to the launch of an official impeachment inquiry. State officials significantly alter their plans for the Lake

Unquenchable 3: The Fate of the Colorado River

A historic drought has been ravaging the American Southwest for the past 19 years. For the first time ever, states intwined in

Unquenchable 2: Quagga Mussels’ Threat to Utah Water

Correction: We refer to Glen Canyon National Recreational Area as Glen Canyon National Park. Recreational areas specifically surround reservoirs and are generally

Clashing perspectives on the Utah Inland Port

Today on the program, two vastly different perspectives on the planned Utah Inland Port. The project is the subject of litigation, with