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The trial of Torrey Green and Utah’s Medicaid expansion

Former Utah State University football player Torrey Green, accused of sexually assaulting six women when he was student, takes the stand during

Harm reduction and opioid overdoses (rebroadcast)

In the Hive —Today on the show: What does harm reduction mean for at-risk communities? Angela Stander Ito, opioid overdose prevention coordinator at

KCPW Presents: “King Stories” (1/18/19)

King Stories  is a one hour documentary of captivating stories told by close friends and associates of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Host Julian

Despite renewed criticism, University of Utah doesn’t plan on disciplining anyone for the death of Lauren McCluskey

Despite renewed criticism from the mother of slain student Lauren McCluskey, the University of Utah doesn’t plan to discipline anyone. Legislation proposed

Poor people and the health care system (rebroadcast)

Today on the show: How do people with limited means navigate Utah’s health care system? Stacy Stanford, health policy analyst at Utah

KCPW Presents: “Haiti Untold” (1/11/19)

Haiti has a proud history. It was here that thousands of slaves threw off their French colonial masters in the first successful

Romney criticizes Trump and Utah has a new DUI law

Days before being sworn in as Utah’s newest senator, Mitt Romney dusts off his criticism of President Donald Trump. Utah sees its

Senator Romney takes on Trump and the federal government shuts down

Natalie Gochnour is joined on The Right by Sen. Dan McCay, R-Riverton, and on The Left by Jim Dabakis, D-Salt Lake City.

Immigration policy (rebroadcast)

In the Hive — Today on the show: With over 11 million people living in the U.S. without documents, what will it

2018 year in review

Salt Lake Tribune editors reflect on the stories that defined 2018, including the debate around medical marijuana, the seismic shifts inside the