Monthly Archive:: December 2011

CityViews 12/21/11: Safety v. Privacy

Segment 1: A middle school administrator in Alpine School District counseled a 14-year-old student to tell his parents that he’s gay, saying

Environmental, Health Groups Band Together to Sue Kennecott

Several state environmental and health agencies want one of Utah’s largest alleged polluters to clean up their act. Yesterday, three groups announced

Library Invites Sundance Film Festival Screenings

Those attending the Sundance Film Festival will be able to catch film screenings at the Salt Lake City Public Library in 2012.

CityViews 12/20/2011: Peace Practicum

Segment 1: It’s said that those who don’t study history are bound to repeat it. Proponents of peace and conflict resolution programs

David Clark Resigns From Utah Legislature

Big changes are coming to the Utah legislature in 2012. Monday, former House Speaker David Clark formally announced his resignation from

Wimmer, Matheson Discusss Congressional Race

(KCPW News) Herriman Representative Carl Wimmer says he plans to retire Jim Matheson in 2012. Matheson announced plans yesterday to run for

Politics Up Close: Mayor Candidate & State Senator Ben McAdams

State Senator Ben McAdams has been a rising star in the Utah Democratic Party. The senior adviser to Salt Lake City Mayor

CityViews 12/19/11: The Air We Breathe

Segment 1: Gray skies during December don’t always mean snow is on the way. Particulate matter from car exhaust, coal power plants

New Transitional House to Help Homeless Young Men

The number of homeless teens in Utah is on the rise. Over the past five years, Volunteers of America has seen the

Matheson to Run for Congress in New 4th District

Utah Congressman Jim Matheson announced today that he will run for the seat in Utah’s newly created 4th Congressional District, the same