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The odd-bedfellows coalition that held off Las Vegas’s bid to pump water out of the Great Basin

This week on In the Hive we continue our look at water in Utah and the West. For 31 years, a battle

Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill on changing use-of-force laws

This week on In the Hive, we feature a conversation with Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill. Gill has been under

The University of Utah’s plan for a return to campus this fall

Today on “In the Hive,” the plan for Utah’s flagship university to reopen, with various precautions in place, this fall. The University

U of U research on COVID-19 and the problematic immune responses it may trigger

Today on In the Hive we hear from two University of Utah researchers who have been carrying out studies on the illness

The future of a contentious water pipeline in Southern Utah

Today on In the Hive we’re checking in on the status of the proposed Lake Powell pipeline, which would move water some

The push to cut funding for SLC police and how the City Council responded

Today on In the Hive, a local spotlight on a topic that has gained widespread national attention during this season of protest:

Black Lives Matter Utah founder Lex Scott on police reform and systemic racism

This week on In the Hive, a conversation with Lex Scott, founder of Black Lives Matter Utah, about the kinds of police

Inequitable exposure to air pollution in local schools, and the data on pandemic air quality

This week on In the Hive, a new study from the University of Utah highlights unequal exposure to air pollution for school

Public health, economic well-being and the debate over reopening

Today on In the Hive, we speak with the author of an article asking for less dismissiveness of those making careful arguments

Candidate Conversations: Democrat Kael Weston says the complicated makeup of District 2 suits him

Today on In the Hive we kick off a series of conversations with candidates running in the 2020 election. Kael Weston is