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Cry of election fraud, new tool against homeless camps

A GOP candidate for Salt Lake County clerk insists that the 2020 election was stolen and called Democrats “Commies” and “Marxists.” Salt Lake

The Real Ambassadors: Dave Brubeck, Iola Brubeck and Louis Armstrong — A Rallying Cry for Integration, Cultural Exchange, and Social Justice

The Real Ambassadors is a poignant tale of anti-racism, cultural exchange, jazz history— and it’s a love story—between life-long husband and wife partners,

Harassment on river trips, a critical Utah Inland Port audit and new housing measures

A state audit faults the Utah Inland Port Authority for awarding no-bid contracts and for accountability issues. The Salt Lake City Council fast-tracks proposed changes to

Climate One – Molly Wood on Tech, Money and Survival

After a 20-year career as a tech reporter for CNET and the public radio program Marketplace, Molly Wood has come to see

Raid in polygamous town, Salt Lake Bees’ future and a controversial lawman

Girls are removed from a new offshoot of the polygamous Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints after a federal raid. Critics

Is Cancel Culture Toxic?

You know the drill. Someone does, or says, something offensive. A public backlash — typically on Twitter — ensues. Then come the

New Great Salt Lake worries, inland port pause and fascism fears

A mineral company applies to lengthen two of its canals on the Great Salt Lake, worrying environmentalists. Utah Democrats sue to force Joel Ferry, head

The Hidden Economics of Remarkable Women (HERO)

Host Reena Ninan – founder of Good Trouble Productions. She is a television journalist who has worked as a White House correspondent,

Mitchell trade, U. football opener, BYU volleyball probe and a canyon gondola

The Utah Department of Transportation says it prefers a gondola for Little Cottonwood Canyon — eventually. BYU continues investigating reports that racist slurs were yelled at a

No Excuses: Race and Reckoning at a Chicago Charter School

Producer DJ Cashmere spent seven years teaching Black and brown students at a Noble Street charter high school in Chicago. Noble followed