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

The origins of the American two-party system

Today on In the Hive, we look at the origins of the American two-party system, and ponder whether either party might split

Previewing the 2020 Utah Legislative Session

The 2020 Utah Legislative Session runs from January 27th to March 12th, and during those 45 days lawmakers will settle on a

Proposed immigrant detention facility in Wyoming draws ire of Utah private prison opponents

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement is seeking bids to build a new detention facility in Evanston, Wyoming, for people awaiting their day

A Conversation with Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall

Today on In the Hive, we hear from Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall, who took the helm of Utah’s capital city

In the Hive – The Enigmatic Protein

What do you know about diseases? Why should we invest money and resources into researching pandemics? Today on the show, we’ll explore

Snapshot of homelessness in Salt Lake City

Today on In the Hive we’re presenting a snapshot of homelessness in Salt Lake City. We’ll hear sounds and voices from a

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

Police, homelessness, and lessons learned from Operation Rio Grande

A recent report from the ACLU of Utah offers a critical appraisal of Operation Rio Grande, the multi-agency effort to address public safety

Reimagining the car-oriented community

Today on In the Hive we get a variety of perspectives on transit, transportation and alternative forms of commuting in our region.