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Trump support wanes in Utah, Weinholtz’s wife awaits charges, restaurant worker cleared in cop case and Tribune endorses Clinton (10/14/16)
Top Utah Republicans pull their support from Donald Trump after a video surfaces showing the presidential candidate boasting about kissing and groping women. Donna Weinholtz, wife of Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mike Weinholtz, awaits misdemeanor drug charges for possession of medical cannabis. A teenage fast-food worker who was accused of contaminating a police officer’s drink is […]
An ex-USU football player is charged with four counts of rape. Operation Diversion continues to address the drug problem among SLC’s homeless population. Videos of closed-doors meetings among Mormon officials surface the last day of General Conference. And Salt Lake County Recorder Gary Ott meets with the County Council to address an audit of his […]
(KCPW News) Former U.S. Sen. Bob Bennett, a giant on the local and national political scene, passed away on Wednesday. Salt Lake Tribune Washington Correspondent Thomas Burr joins KCPW’s Roger McDonough to discuss Bennett’s legacy and the reactions to his death. Also, Trump as the presumptive GOP nominee and more. Find even more at the […]
(KCPW News) On Wednesday news broke that Paul Huntsman, son of billionaire Utah businessman Jon M. Huntsman Sr., had entered into an agreement to buy the Salt Lake Tribune, the state’s largest independent newspaper. The terms of the deal between Huntsman and current Tribune owner Digital First Media were not disclosed. Also unknown is whether […]
(KCPW News) A foundational document in the history of Utah – foundational in more sense than one – is getting its first public viewing. A map of what would become Salt Lake City, which some researchers call the original master plan for the city, is currently being shown at this year’s New York Antiquarian Book […]