Kilby Block Party: Why the Rapidly Growing Festival Matters to the Salt Lake Music Community
When people across the country think of Utah, the first thing that comes to mind probably isn’t cool music festivals and a vibrant concert scene. But that's exactly what you'll find at the Kilby Block party. Andrew Christiansen describes how the festival has rapidly grown in popularity over the past few years.
Arsenic Poisoning Becomes a Fear as the Great Salt Lake Dries Up: How Can We Make a Difference?
“Fascists Go Home!” Students Protest YAF Event, Some Removed by Campus Police
Some U students are protesting a presentation that an on-campus group is hosting that spoke against topics like critical race theory, diversity, equity and inclusion and “LGBTQ indoctrination.” Carlene Coombs has more.
Baseball Fever is Back in Utah
Salt Lake’s Local Food Industry is Recovering from One of its Hardest Years Yet
So Much Snow, For Better and For Worse
This winter continues to be one for the books. We got historic snowfall in Utah, both in the valley and in our mountains. All that snow affected us in a number of ways, and we’re going to be feeling its impact well into the summer. Jacob Freeman reports.
Big Cottonwood Canyon Traffic: A Look into Solutions for Resort Employees and Visitors
Three Years Later, U Students Continue to Adapt
Three years after COVID-19 began, there are a lot of changes in higher education, including different types of class formats. Jenny Kim looks at how colleges were forced to evolve due to restrictions implemented in the pandemic.
Salt Lake City Struggles with Affordable Housing Crisis
Salt Lake City has seen a surge in housing prices over the past few years, leading to an affordable housing crisis that has affected thousands of people in the city. Joshua Matthews speaks with residents and experts about the issue and what the city is doing to address it.
Female Rebellion: How Women’s Work Changed Activism
Utah’s Lone Peak Girls Basketball Team Wins Second Straight State Championship
Utah’s Lone Peak High School Girls Basketball team proves its one of the most talented programs in the state, and the country after winning its second straight state championship. Kenzie Valenteen has more.
What’s Happening with Snowboard Videos in 2023?
There’s something weird going on in the snowboard world. Videos are both dying and thriving, brands are excepting so much, and riders don’t really know where to fit in. Norm Schoff has more.
The Hidden Community of Utah
Beyond the Party The Hidden Dangers of Greek Life and Drinking Culture
US Soccer Interest is Booming
With the FIFA World Cup heading the United States in 2026, University of Utah student Thatcher Patterson takes a look at the growth and importance of soccer in the United States, primarily locally here in Utah.
The University of Utah Has Become Busier with the End of COVID-19
Students at the University of Utah are in full-swing since the end of the Pandemic. Trevor Hagen reports on different students’ opinions on how the population influx has affected the University.
How The Carbon Company is Revolutionizing Climate Change Solutions
When it comes to solving the issue of climate change, a new startup company named The Carbon Company is leading the charge. Jonathan Little explores what the company is doing.
How does a Utah school ban a book?
Alpine School District has removed 22 books from their shelves. Washington County has banned 14. Granite County School District is currently reviewing 205 books. It’s no secret that book bannings have been on the incline. Thea Soter takes a look at how they work in the state of Utah.
The East vs. the West: Differences in Air Quality Throughout Salt Lake Valley
Salt Lake City’s poor air quality is no secret to its residents but did you know there’s a stark contrast and divide between the East Side’s air quality versus the West’s? Vanessa Hudson has more.