KCPW broadcasts special programs from the Main Library and other locations live on 88.3 and 105.3. If you missed the live broadcast, you can access the recordings here.

Trib Talk Live: What Mormon Women Want

Panelists are Ordain Women officer Debra Jenson, Brigham Young University doctoral candidate Mica McGriggs, BYU-Idaho professor Andrea Radke-Moss, historian Barbara Jones Brown and award-winning Tribune religion reporter Peggy Fletcher Stack. Use the hashtag #mormonwomenwant on Twitter to join the robust discussion on social media, which has also given rise to women of color using the […]

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2015 Legislative wrap-up with the Salt Lake Tribune

The 2015 Utah Legislature made history with the success of an LGBT anti-discrimination law, approved a gas tax hike after years of wrangling and passed criminal justice reforms — but failed to agree on a path to expand health care coverage for the state’s poorest residents. To explore the highs and lows of the session […]

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Trib Talk Live: “Deadly Force: A Community Response to Police Shootings”

Recent officer-involved shootings have spawned public outcry and scrutiny about how police officers are trained, when lethal force is justified and how such shootings are investigated. Join The Salt Lake Tribune for a town hall meeting, “Deadly Force: A Community Response to Police Shootings,” on Thursday, Feb. 19, at 7 p.m. at the Salt Lake […]

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UPHE Seminar: Air Pollution and Pregnancy

UPHE Seminar on Air Pollution and Pregnancy which will be simulcast by KCPW.  Six physicians with expertise on how air pollution exposure can adversely affect pregnancies and fetal development, and the implications for life long health.  

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UPHE Seminar: How Air Pollution Harms the Brain

Six physicians with expertise on air pollution and neurologic diseases gave a 75 minute presentation to a live audience on the medical research that connects air pollution to a multitude of brain diseases and disorders like Alzheimers, Parkinsons, strokes, ADHD, autism, impaired cognition and dementia.

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