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About the Show: On this episode of the podcast we get to chat with one of the owners of BGR in Sugarhouse, Meili Myles. We get to find out her story. We find out all BGR in Sugarhouse, how Meili got involved working in the restaurant industry, how COVID has effected the business, and even found out that Meili is a certified rescue diver. We also ge…
 
Utah sees a big spike in coronavirus cases, with a whopping 911 new cases on Thursday. How children transmit the virus and what we know about Utah’s school outbreaks. What polling says about the 4th District congressional race. And Sen. Mike Lee tries to downplay the role of climate change in this year’s devastating wildfires […]…
 
Today on “In the Hive” we look at the wildfires that have been devastating the Western United States this summer. More than 4.7 million acres have burned in ten states. At least 34 people have now died in the fires raging in California, Oregon and Washington. Climate scientist Peter Gleick says there’s a clear link between […]…
 
About the Show: On this episode of the podcast we get to chat with the owners of Wasatch Milk, Anthony & Samantha Stolworthy. We get to find out their story. We find out what got them into the milk delivery business, what brought them to Utah the local products they carry, and of course what it's like starting a brand new business during COVID. We …
 
A windstorm wreaked havoc in Utah, causing widespread damage, power outages and school closures across the Wasatch Front. Power outages affected as many as 170,000 on Tuesday, and crews continue to work on clearing downed trees and restoring electricity. The Salt Lake City School District canceled classes until at least Monday, delaying the start o…
 
It's National Suicide Prevention Week. KSL NewsRadio's Amanda Dickson sat down with Anna Lieber, Clinical Director at Salt Lake Behavioral Health Hospital to offer support, advice, and conversations around suicide. Utah Crisis Line (1-800-273-8255, 24/7), Intermountain Healthcare Emotional Health Relief Hotline (1-833-442-2211, 10am-10pm 7/days) Se…
 
Where did this week’s powerful windstorm come from? What caused it? Just how destructive was it? We hear from a National Weather Service meteorologist about the origins of the storm, and from city officials about the cleanup efforts underway. Guests: Christine Kruse, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service Erin Mendenhall, mayor of Salt L…
 
Businesses are still adapting to “the new normal,” and breweries are no exception.On the latest episode of “Trib Talk,” reporter Kathy Stephenson spoke with Jeremy Ragonese, the president of the Uinta Brewing Company, and Justin Belliveau the co-owner and founder of Grid City Beer Works, about how the pandemic and aluminum shortage has impacted the…
 
About the Show: On this episode of the podcast we get to chat with the founder & organizer of One Sweet Festival, Carson Whitlock. We get to find out his story. We find out what motivated him to start up the festival, obstacles he's faced along the way, everything you want to know about the One Sweet Festival, and everything you might want to know …
 
Salt Lake City will move to the “yellow” coronavirus restriction level. K-12 and higher-ed schools are forced to adapt after outbreaks. And with a September 30 deadline looming, a Utah-supported municipal nuclear power project comes under heightened scrutiny. At 9 a.m. on Friday, Salt Lake Tribune reporters Courtney Tanner and Taylor Stevens, and n…
 
On this episode of “In the Hive” we look at a novel method for detecting coronavirus – but one that has nothing to do with nasal swabs or blood tests. Instead, scientists are measuring the genetic material of SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes COVID-19) in sewage. And in some instances they’re detecting the presence of […]…
 
For the third year in a row, Utah has been named the worst state for women’s equality, and it continues to lag far behind Idaho, the state ranked 49th.Erin Jemison, the former director of public policy at the YWCA Utah, and Susan Madsen, the founder and director of the Utah Women and Leadership Project at Utah State University, joined reporter Beck…
 
The National Basketball League postponed playoff games Wednesday and Thursday after players decided to boycott playing them in response to the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Utah Jazz star Donovan Mitchell has been one of the most outspoken players to voice his concerns of racial injustice. “As an African American male, and […
 
A recent guideline adopted by the Utah Sentencing Commission allows a defendant or their attorney to ask for sentencing leniency because of racial bias. Leniency might be requested because bias was shown in a specific instance or because the criminal justice system itself is perceived to be biased. But, since the rule was adopted in […]…
 
The coronavirus has upended nearly every aspect of our lives, and collegiate sports are no exception.University of Utah sports medicine specialist Dr. Peter Chalmers joined Tribune reporters Nate Carlisle and Joshua Newman for a live discussion about what university athletic departments are doing to keep players safe and if college athletics, inclu…
 
About the Show: On this episode of the podcast we are joined by local Utah author, Jason Stevenson. We find out his story. We talk about what brought him to Utah, what got him interested in writing a book, obstacles he faced and how overcame them. We also get to find out what Jason loves about hiking, hiking tips, and everything else in between. Im…
 
Lawmakers meet for a special session to address ongoing coronavirus relief, tweaks to election plans, and more. After the Utah Legislature refused to extend the state of emergency for the pandemic, Gov. Gary Herbert said Thursday he will issue a new emergency declaration himself. And have Salt Lake City homeless encampments gotten out of control? […
 
For the past few years, a group of Utah retirees who call themselves the “Old Coots” have been meeting every Saturday morning at the Salt Lake City Farmer’s Market to dispense free advice to the public.“We were sitting outside, bored stiff from talking to each other, and I said, ‘You know what? I’m going to get us a booth across the street at the f…
 
Mayor Wilson sits down with Kathleen Johnston, Director of HR at Salt Lake County and Margarita Angelo, Technical Recruiter to discuss the newly announced COVID-19 hiring initiative to staff up Salt Lake County's ability to fight the virus on the front lines with new contact tracers, nurses, and dozens of other jobs. Learn more at slco.org/jobs.…
 
About the Show: On this episode of the podcast we got to chat with the owner & founder of Arrichion Hot Yoga + Circuit Training, Quinn Burton. We get to find out her story. We talk about what brought her to Utah, what got her interested in teaching yoga, we find out what Arrichion is, what motivated for her to open her very first gym in North Carol…
 
A Salt Lake City officer who ordered a police dog to attack a Black man who was on his knees with his hands in the air has been suspended pending an investigation into whether the use of force was necessary, Mayor Erin Mendenhall announced Wednesday. The announcement comes a day after The Salt Lake […]…
 
This week on the program we feature a conversation with Sen. Mitt Romney about the impasse in Congress over the latest round of coronavirus relief. We also ask the senator about President Trump’s false claims of widespread voter fraud, and whether the U.S. is prepared for a largely by-mail election this November. Speaking of the […]…
 
Fifty-seven child care facilities in Utah have reported coronavirus cases so far — but responses to the disease have varied greatly from one to another.On the latest edition of “Trib Talk,” reporter Taylor Stevens spoke with Karla Pardini of the I.J. and Jeanné Wagner Jewish Community Center and Simon Bolivar with the Child Care Licensing Program f…
 
About the Show: On this episode of the podcast we get to chat with Diane Sheya, Culinary Director at Salt Lake Culinary Education. We get to find out her story. We find out the history of Salt Lake Culinary Eduction, we talk about their online cooking classes , and we talk about what she loves the most about being a chef. We also get to find out wh…
 
Days before student-athlete Lauren McCluskey was killed, aUniversity of Utah police officer showed off explicit photos that McCluskey had taken of herself to at least three of his male co-workers without a work-related reason, according to a monthslong investigation from the Utah Department of Public Safety. The state’s final report reinforces and …
 
What’s it like to be an emergency room doctor in the age of COVID-19, and how has the virus killed more than 300 Utahns?On the latest edition of “Trib Talk,” reporter Nate Carlisle spoke with Dr. Marion Bishop, an emergency medical physician at hospitals in Logan, Brigham City and Evanston, Wyo., and Utah State Medical Examiner Dr. Erik Christensen…
 
About the Show: On this episode of the podcast we got to chat with the Executive Director of Craft Lake City, Angela H. Brown. We got to talk about what's different and what you can expect with this years 12th Annual Craft Lake City DIY Festival. We got to talk about the obstacles they faced having to turn this into a virtual festival and we even d…
 
Utah officials adamantly rejected a proposal floated Thursday by President Donald Trump to delay the presidential election. Elected officials widely panned the tweet from the president, saying it was unnecessary while applauding the state’s vote-by-mail system. The state’s largest teachers union is calling on Gov. Gary Herbert to keep Utah schools …
 
This week on In the Hive we continue our look at water in Utah and the West. For 31 years, a battle has been waging between water purveyors in the city of Las Vegas and residents along the Utah-Nevada border over aquifers beneath a number of Great Basin valleys. For three decades, in and out […]By KCPW
 
Unemployment levels in Utah and across the U.S. remain high by historical standards. Reporter Tony Semerad spoke with Kevin Burt from Utah’s Department of Workforce Services about unemployment trends, the recent elimination of a $600-per-week benefits stipend for recipients, and ongoing effects of the coronavirus pandemic on Utah’s workplaces.You c…
 
Despite the blazing sun, there is a dark cloud hanging over the gathering. I think it is much like the general malaise much of feel us when the day is done and we're thinking, "What are we going to do tomorrow?" KSL's Todd Fooks goes in-depth on the conversations some Utah families are having about if they're planning to send their kids back to the…
 
About the Show: On this episode of the podcast we got to chat with Salt Lake City musician, Jay Warren. We get to find out his story. Jay shares with us what brought him to Utah, what he loves about creating music, his upcoming album release, and obstacles he has had to face during COVID. We also get to talk about what Jay loves about living in Uta…
 
Communities across the country are reconsidering whether to change mascots and place names that some consider offensive. In Utah, Bountiful High School is grappling with renaming its mascot while Intermountain Healthcare announced it’s removing Dixie from its St. George hospital.On the latest episode of “Trib Talk,” reporter Courtney Tanner spoke w…
 
With school districts all over Utah still getting their plans in place for the fall, many educators are left “in limbo” wondering what their days will look like. In the Canyons School District, 98% of teachers responded to a survey by saying they intend to return to in-person teaching in the fall. John Wojcik goes in-depth about how Utah teachers f…
 
About the Show: On this episode of the podcast we get to chat with the owner & founder of Bandit Bitez, Lisa Frasier. We get to find out her story. We find out what motivated her to start Bandit Bitez, we talk about all the different treats Bandit Bitez makes for dogs, and we talk about her treat truck she got so she can sell Bandit Bitez at all th…
 
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