IN THE HIVE Archive

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

How recycling works (and how it doesn’t)

Today on In the Hive, we take a deep dive into the blue bin. Generally, your curbside recycling gets hauled away by

Herbal remedy? Narcotic? ‘Passing fad?’ Just what is Kratom?

This week on In the Hive, after a chance encounter with an unfamiliar word, we delve into the world of a plant

The role of urban trails in transportation and recreation along the Wasatch Front

Across much of the Wasatch Front, there’s a system of urban trails – often paved, sometimes not, that weave through neighborhoods and

Snags in the rollout of Utah’s medical cannabis program, and the path forward

Utah’s plan for rolling out medical marijuana is in flux. Last week, two Utah county attorneys advised the health departments in their

Mayor Jackie Biskupski on the mayor’s race, the inland port, homelessness, and more

Today on In the Hive, a conversation with Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski. In five months’ time, Biskupski will wrap up her

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

Facial recognition scans of Utah drivers license and driving privilege card databases

Today on the show, a look at how federal law enforcement agencies like the FBI and ICE make requests for facial recognition

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

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