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Small group protests AG Jeff Sessions in Utah

A dozen people rallied on the steps of the Utah Capitol Wednesday, in protest of United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Sessions addressed a room full of law enforcement officers, as well as Gov. Gary Herbert and Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes, about Project Safe Neighborhoods, a program that was revitalized by the Trump Administration […]

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Shawn Bercuson: a self-proclaimed “startup junkie”

There’s an oft-cited statistic that can put fear into the hearts of entrepreneurs–that 90% of startups end in failure. However, data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics indicate that 80% of businesses make it to their second year of operation, and analysts point to different expectations of success as muddying the definition of failure. […]

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Willy Grayeyes returns to the ballot, climate change fans political wildfires, and Mia Love’s misleading mailers

A judge rules that San Juan County Commission candidate Willy Grayeyes be put back on the ballot after an elections official backdated a complaint against him. U.S. Senate candidates Mitt Romney and Jenny Wilson offer differing takes on the cause of western wildfires. And Rep. Mia Love receives flack for a misleading mailer she sent […]

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Inland port plan bridges divide, couple attacked during Pride and ozone pollution arrives earlier than usual

Two Utah lawmakers unveil their ideas for bridging a divide between Salt Lake City and the state over the planned Inland Port. A mob shouting homophobic slurs chases four men leaving the Utah Pride Festival, until a dessert shop employee intervenes. And ozone pollution season arrives earlier than usual in northern Utah. At 9 a.m. Friday, Salt Lake Tribune reporters […]

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A conversation with Rep. Mike Noel

On March 1, In the Hive featured an excerpt from a longer conversation with Rep. Mike Noel, R-Kanab. Producer Emily Means spoke with Noel on Feb. 28 in his office at the Capitol, in the midst of the 2018 legislative session. They discussed the Antiquities Act, the Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument designations […]

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