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SUPER SUMMER CHALLENGE KICK-OFF CELEBRATION
Sat, May 30, 1–4pm, Library Square
Celebrate the start of The City Library’s Super Summer Challenge by flexing your mind and muscles at our
(KCPW News) An appellate court ruled this week that the National Security Agency is taking its domestic spying too far. To learn more, KCPW’s Roger McDonough spoke with Thomas Burr, Washington Correspondent with the Salt Lake Tribune and author of Political Cornflakes – a daily,...
So the 2014 Utah Arts Festival happened this weekend, showcasing a lot of artwork, films, kids activities and whatnot, all under a blazing hot sun that wouldn't let up once. Despite the heat, this year was a damn fine festival with packed crowds ever
One of the coolest things about being a They Might Be Giants fan is the knowledge that it doesn't really matter what era the band is in, how many times you've seen them or even if you like their latest album—their live shows kick all sorts of humorous ass.
The Uinta Basin₀s famous waxy crude set off an industry in northeastern Utah.
Since crews first discovered oil in 1951 at the Altamont field, daily production has surged to 90,000 barrels with new drilling technology and high prices. Utah₀s oil fields have yielded nearly 700 million barrels in...
Three people, including a mother and daughter, were hospitalized Monday evening after a car crash.
An effort to ban corporate personhood in America through a local Salt Lake ballot initiative has been stopped, but city officials who support the measure say it's not over yet.
Loud and Clear Youth Radio DJs Madi and Chandler chat with: Dave, a longtime educator specializing in Special Education and alternative classrooms George, a young adult who required unique accommodations as a student … about ways in which teachers should accommodate unique learning styles....
It may sound a bit off-the-wall, but a museum in Colorado has a submarine on exhibit. It was found in 1944 on the bottom of a lake high in the Colorado Rockies.
With Utah being among the highest in the nation for rates of autism, families will soon have a new place to turn for help.