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Pornography warning labels, massage parlor busts, and the latest from the 2020 Utah legislative session

Rep. Chris Stewart is reportedly in the running for intelligence chief. A pornography warning label bill advances at the legislature. And a

The origins of the American two-party system

Today on In the Hive, we look at the origins of the American two-party system, and ponder whether either party might split

Penalty increase for passing a school bus clears first legislative hurdle

(KCPW News) A measure to increase the penalties for passing a school bus when its lights are flashing has cleared its first

Lawmakers repeal tax plan as signature gatherers meet certification threshold

(KCPW News) As promised, Utah lawmakers on Tuesday repealed the tax-reform bill they passed in special session last month. The House voted

Funding request aims to jump-start permanent market at historic Rio Grande Depot

(KCPW News) The historic Rio Grande Depot in Salt Lake City could one day become the site of a year-round market showcasing

Covering the 2020 State Legislative Session

KCPW will once again be providing daily coverage from the legislative session. Tune in for reports from the capitol and conversations with

The Daily Buzz from the Sundance Film Festival

KCPW is once again playing host to The Daily Buzz from the Sundance Film Festival, a radio podcast series featuring interviews with

Community Curiosities: Air Quality Map Mystery

As part of the weekly public affairs program In the Hive, KCPW producers are answering your burning questions about your community. Today’s

Call for Volunteers!

HELP IS NEEDED NOW THROUGH DECEMBER 8! It’s the last campaign of the year, and with your support, we can close out

A Year-End Gift to Your Community

This station? It’s your local public radio station, and it’s your support that makes KCPW possible. With the last few weeks of