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Utah lawmaker files resolution to impeach Attorney General Sean Reyes

(KCPW News) A Democratic state lawmaker has opened a bill file to impeach Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes, citing Reyes’s efforts to

Local reaction to the inauguration of President Joe Biden, and a bill to ban ‘DIY’ sexual assault kits

On this episode of “In the Hive,” local voices reflect on the inauguration of a new president. Plus a look at a

Dozens of police reform measures under consideration at this year’s meeting of lawmakers

(KCPW News) Utah lawmakers are set to consider dozens of bills aimed at changing how law enforcement goes about its business. The

Bells toll at Utah Capitol in remembrance of COVID-19 victims

(KCPW News) The bells of the Utah State Capitol rang out on Tuesday afternoon to honor victims of the coronavirus pandemic. Utah

Legislation would ban “at home” sexual assault evidence kits in Utah

Update: this bill was approved by the House Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Committee on Friday, January 21st.  (KCPW News) In the

Salt Lake County DA Sim Gill on police reform proposals at the legislature

This week on “In the Hive,” the first in a series of conversations we’ll be having about police reforms under consideration at

Utah Gov. Spencer Cox on the storming of the U.S. Capitol and Utah’s pandemic response so far

(KCPW News) Republican Spencer Cox became the State of Utah’s 18th governor on Monday during a sweeping ceremony at the Tuacahn Center

Utah’s vaccine rollout plan

Today on “In the Hive” we speak with Tom Hudachko, spokesman for the Utah Department of Health, about the state’s multi-phase plan

Beer to the rescue for Ken Sanders Rare Books!

Today on “In the Hive,” as part of an ongoing effort to save his independent store, bookseller Ken Sanders teamed up with

Did Utah artist Adam Bateman make the (now vanished) ‘monolith?’

Today on “In the Hive,” the mysterious mystery that keeps on mystifying. The obelisk. The stela. The monolith. The object. Just who