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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 slurs chases four men leaving the Utah Pride Festival, until a dessert shop employee intervenes. And ozone pollution season arrives earlier than usual in northern Utah. At 9 a.m. Friday, Salt Lake Tribune reporters […]
On March 1, In the Hive featured an excerpt from a longer conversation with Rep. Mike Noel, R-Kanab. Producer Emily Means spoke with Noel on Feb. 28 in his office at the Capitol, in the midst of the 2018 legislative session. They discussed the Antiquities Act, the Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument designations […]
Joining in solidarity with women across the world, around 200 Utahns celebrated International Women’s Day by rallying at the State Capitol on Thursday, the last day of the 2018 legislative session. Hosted by Salt Lake City-based radio station KRCL, the event featured speakers from various local organizations and advocacy groups, including Utah Dine Bikeyah, Equality […]
The Utah Transit Authority will receive an estimated $50 million makeover, as it transitions to the newly named Transit District of Utah under Senate Bill 136. The bill, which passed both chambers on Wednesday, would not only re-brand the public transportation agency but it will also downsize the UTA board from 16 members to three, […]
The general session of this year’s Utah Legislature ended last night after more than 1,300 bills were filed, setting a record. Among the legislation was a compromise on education funding, a potential overhaul of the Utah Transit Authority and changes to state election laws. At 9 a.m. Friday, Salt Lake Tribune reporters Lee Davidson and Benjamin […]