The plan for expanding vaccine availability to children ages 5-11 in Utah

A week ago, Pfizer asked the federal government to authorize use of its COVID-19 vaccine in children aged 5-11 and earlier this

The push to renew (and expand) federal compensation for ‘downwinders’

Seventy years ago, the U.S. Government began a series of above-ground atomic and nuclear tests at the Nevada Test Site (NTS) about

Eighteen months on, where are we in the pandemic?

In March of 2020, “In the Hive,” kicked off a string of conversations with medical experts and researchers about the pandemic. Things

How climate change is contributing to Western wildfires

(Original air date Sept. 16, 2020) Today on “In the Hive,” the ongoing western wildfire season has challenged the literal meaning of

Inland Port update: despite unresolved court case, ‘it’s full steam ahead’

Today on In the Hive, an update on the Utah Inland Port — the giant distribution hub slated for Salt Lake City’s

Aden Batar discusses Afghan refugee resettlement in Utah

President Joe Biden has set an August 31st deadline to finalize the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan. Biden says he will stick to

The unequivocal climate emergency

Humans are warming the planet, that warming is triggering extreme weather events and other detrimental outcomes, and “unless there are immediate, rapid

Why did DA Sim Gill find the police shooting of a handcuffed man legally justified?

Today on “In the Hive,” we feature a conversation with Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill. Last week, Gill announced that

NHMU mycologist Bryn Dentinger on the mysterious world of fungi

Today on “In the Hive,” we venture into the forest with Dr. Bryn Dentinger, curator of mycology for the Natural History Museum

Millions of birds imperiled as Great Salt Lake nears record low

Today on “In the Hive,” we take a look at the situation for the millions of migratory birds that rely on the