In the Hive Archive

Vaccination remains key in fight against increasingly prevalent Delta variant

Earlier this week, medical researchers and doctors from the University of Utah held a press conference to talk about an uptick in

Advocates (still) hope to save historic Salt Lake City theater as luxury apartment deal looms

Last week, a preservation-minded activist chained himself to the doors of a building on Salt Lake City’s Main Street. Michael Valentine wants to

Utah DNR head Brian Steed on drought conditions, and Sweet Streets SLC says ’20 is Plenty’

On this episode of “In the Hive,” we continue the conversation we started last week about drought in Utah. Today, we speak

Persistent drought concerning to Utah water and fire managers

Scientists say a swath of the western United States is in the midst of a persistent, decades-long ‘megadrought.’ Utah is far drier

A tribute to Steve Williams – longtime anchor of Utah’s jazz scene

After a 42-year career in broadcasting, local jazz music host Steve Williams has retired. Again. Williams was a beloved jazz DJ in

Why do SLC’s new apartment buildings all look the same?

On this week’s “In the Hive” we try to get to the bottom of the question “why do all of the new

The pandemic’s lasting career impacts for Utah women

Today on “In the Hive,” we speak with two researchers from the Utah Women and Leadership Project (UWLP) at Utah State University

The buzz about mosquitoes and pesticides in Salt Lake City

On this episode of “In the Hive,” we take a look at the use of pesticides to kill mosquitoes in and around

Utah fossil discoveries are rewriting our understanding of fearsome tyrannosaur dinosaurs

Today on “In the Hive,” new research from fossils found in Utah’s Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument is challenging commonly held beliefs about

Checking in with SLC’s mayor, and the dismantling of a homeless encampment

Today on “In the Hive,” we check in with Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall. We’ll hear about why the mayor decided