Local Programs (KCPW) Archive

SLC Council limits mayor’s options for inland port lawsuit, Provo festival adds nonbias policy but bars LGBT groups, former detective sues police for retaliation

The Salt Lake City Council forbids Mayor Jackie Biskupski from suing over the inland port deal — unless she gets its permission first. The

Trump’s condominium doctrine and Salt Lake County residents fight against high-density housing

Natalie Gochnour is joined on The Right by Rep. Dan McCay, R-Riverton, and on The Left by Sen. Jim Dabakis, D-Salt Lake

Utah mothers experiencing homelessness

(Original air date: January 4, 2018) Today on the show: Keely, a mother who has experienced homelessness in Utah, talks about raising

Free speech on college campuses

(Original air date: October 5, 2017) Today on the show: a look at the campus-wide conversation surrounding free speech at college campuses,

How Congress really works

The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour (Original Air date: May 6, 2015) – Much public dissatisfaction stems from a lack of understanding of

The Bottom Line: Ancestry.com President & CEO, Tim Sullivan

The Bottom Line (Original air Date: July 8, 2014) – Utah-based Ancestry.com is the world’s largest online family history resource.  Since we

Inland port plan bridges divide, couple attacked during Pride and ozone pollution arrives earlier than usual

Two Utah lawmakers unveil their ideas for bridging a divide between Salt Lake City and the state over the planned Inland Port. A mob shouting homophobic

Inland Port plans and the tight race between Love and McAdams

Natalie Gochnour is joined on The Right by Rep. Dan McCay, R-Riverton, and on The Left by Sen. Jim Dabakis, D-Salt Lake

Wes Moore, Author and Youth Advocate

The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour (Original Air date: March 12, 2014) – Wes Moore is a youth advocate, U.S. Army combat veteran,

The Bottom Line: Mike Dutton, Winder Farms CEO

The Bottom Line (Original Air Date: January 13, 2015) – Delivery vehicles for Winder Farms have traversed the Utah landscape since 1880.