Monthly Archive:: December 2011

Shurtleff, Becker Push to Confirm Head of Financial Protection Bureau

As the White House pushes to have Richard Cordray confirmed as head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, it’s getting the support

CityViews 12/8/11: Kurt Bestor

Segment 1: Kurt Bestor is an Emmy-winning composer  and performer who may be best known in Utah for his annual Christmas concerts,

Utah Ranks Seventh Healthiest State in the Country

(KCPW News) Utah residents continue to be some of the healthiest people in the country. The latest United Health Foundation report ranks

Governor Herbert’s Staff Reviews Business Regulations

A local manufacturing plant was the backdrop as Utah Governor Gary Herbert unveiled a year-long-review of business regulations in the state this

CityViews 12/7/11: The Art of the Column

Segment 1: Throw two seasoned, very different reporters into a partnership and what do you get? Years of muckraking, rabble rousing and

Provo’s Offers Free World War II Records

A popular family genealogy website based in Provo is offering free access to millions of World War II records to mark tomorrow’s

UHP Trooper Drafts Proposal to Help Catch People Who Text and Drive

In 2009, the Utah State Legislature set out to make roads safer by making it a Class C Misdemeanor to send text

Salt Lake City to Update Way-Finding Signs

Outdated way-finding signs in downtown Salt Lake City will likely get a facelift before the City Creek Development opens its doors this

CityViews 12/6/11: Fallout of the Winder-Burwash Incident

Segment 1: West Valley City Mayor Mike Winder confessed last month to writing pro-West Valley news stories using a pen name. How

Pleasant Grove Considers Banning Beer Sales on Sunday

(KCPW News) Finding a beer in one Utah city could soon be harder to do. Tuesday, Pleasant Grove’s City Council will