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LDS Church comes out against an LGBTQ rights bill

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints comes out against an LGBTQ rights bill in Congress. In a separate move, the

KCPW Presents: “Can We Talk? – Loneliness” (5/17/19)

This hour-long program is about loneliness: what it is, why so many of us feel it, and the surprising toll loneliness takes

The Tribune seeks to become a nonprofit and SLCPD ends its backlog of untested rape kits

The Salt Lake Tribune seeks to become a nonprofit organization. Riverton declares itself a ‘sanctuary city for the unborn.’ And testing backlogged

KCPW Presents: “Can We Talk? – Apologies” (5/10/19)

We all make mistakes. Knowing how to mend our relationships is vital to the mental health of our families and communities. This

A BYU valedictorian comes out during his commencement speech

A BYU valedictorian comes out to fellow classmates during his commencement speech. Kennecott Utah Copper retires its last coal-fired power plant. And

KCPW Presents: “Can We Talk? – Asking for Help” (5/3/19)

This hour-long program is about asking for help: why it’s so hard to admit when we need something from another person, and

Feds stack a Bears Ears advisory group with critics, and Moab’s tourism boom reaches a tipping point

An advisory council for the reduced Bears Ears National Monument lacks monument supporters. Environmental activists shut down a Utah Inland Port Authority

KCPW Presents: “Re:sound — Skateboarding Beatles” (4/26/19)

This hour, the most famous chord in pop music, swimming pools, skateboarders and more! The Pool and the Stream by Avery Trufelman

Sen. Elizabeth Warren makes a Utah campaign stop

Sen. Elizabeth Warren makes a campaign stop in Utah and says she would restore protections for Utah national monuments. Neighbors of the

KCPW Presents: “Autism Grows Up” (4/19/19)

2013 Sigma Delta Chi Award winning one-hour documentary explores what’s happening twenty years after a sharp rise in autism rates. Thousands of