Local Programs (KCPW) Archive

Episode 20: February 27th

Medicaid expansion plans at loggerheads, new State revenue forecasts and implications, and the town hall between legislators and the LGBTQ Community  

2/28/14: Gay rights, Count My Vote, school audit

Gay rights activists meet with lawmakers in the first public forum about LGBT stigmas and abuse, a day after attorneys argue Amendment 3 “cemented” discrimination against

Ryan Lowder, Chef/Owner of Copper Onion and its New Sibling Copper Common

Today on Downtown SLC, host Jason Mathis is joined by Ryan Lowder, chef/owner of the acclaimed Copper Onion restaurant. Soon though, Copper

Deedee Corradini, Real Women Run

The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour (Air date: Feb. 26, 2014) – Deedee Corradini who is president of Women’s Ski Jumping USA, lead

2/21/14: Google Fiber, megahotel, Medicaid

Google announces it’s looking at the possibility of installing a fiber network in Salt Lake City. The proposed Salt Lake City convention center hotel clears

Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams on the Prospects for a Convention Center Hotel

On today’s show we’re joined by Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams. We’ll hear about his support at the state legislature for

Episode 19: February 20th

Medicaid expansion arguments, Google Fiber potentially coming to SLC and Lockhart’s digital education bill.     Podcast: Play in new window |

Panel on Racial Profiling in Utah

The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour (Air date: Feb. 19, 2014) – This program features a panel discussion on the problem of racial

2/14/14: Behind the Headlines: Gas taxes, Kragthorpe live from Sochi

State lawmakers consider a $750 million boost for school tech, a utility fee for clean air, a gas tax hike, a speed limit boost

Rep. Brian King on Giving Employers Incentives to Hire Homeless People

Today we’ll hear from Rep. Brian King (D – Salt Lake City) about an innovative bill he is sponsoring at the state