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Brian Grimmett

Tesla Still Seeking Permission to Directly Sell Cars in Utah

New car manufacturers like Tesla have begun disrupting the new car sales industry. They’re trying to sell directly to consumers without using independent dealers, and that’s caused some controversy across the county, including here in Utah.
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The National Governors Association

Utah Governor Gary Herbert, the National Governors Association’s new leader, talked Monday about his goals for the group in the year ahead

Citizens for Independent Government has no plans to remove any billboards endorsing candidates for Salt lake City Mayor, despite at least one candidate rebuking the endorsement.

Courtesy Berkshire Hathaway Energy

Rocky Mountain Power has committed to reduce emissions and use more clean energy. Its parent company Berkshire Hathaway Energy took part in an Obama Administration climate pledge signed by 13 major companies on Monday.

Pool: Salt Lake Tribune

Former Utah Attorney General John Swallow pleaded not guilty to public corruption charges Monday setting the stage for a jury trial next year.

Sounds from the Days of '47 Parade

Jul 24, 2015
Nicole Nixon

Thousands of people lined the streets of downtown Salt Lake City Friday to watch the annual Days of ’47 Parade.

Judy Fahys/KUER

If you’ve spent any time in the bustling heart of Salt Lake City anytime lately, it probably sounded lively and full of people, like Main Street during lunch hour. Compare that to the lone footsteps of a man walking just a few blocks away, behind the Salt Palace.

Restaurant Mural Causes Stir in West Jordan

Jul 23, 2015
Nicole Nixon

A large mural covering a Mexican restaurant in West Jordan is causing some controversy between city officials and residents.  

Brian Grimmett

Salt Lake County officials have discovered more than 100 trees that were cut down illegally in Big Cottonwood Canyon.

Whittney Evans

Homeless outreach teams from Volunteers of America and The Road Home shelter were out in full force Wednesday trying to find out why many of the homeless downtown have stopped seeking services and started camping more along city streets.

Judy Fahys/KUER

  Katie Montenegro is a vector control technician at the Salt Lake City Mosquito Abatement District. She’s in the lab, peering through a magnifying glass at a pile of dead mosquitos. She picks one.


CAST PARTY live in cinemas Tuesday, July 28th

Featuring Radiolab, Invisibilia, Reply All, music, dance, special guests, and more.

KUER's New Program Schedule

A letter from KUER's General Manager, John Greene


Street Portraits: Library Square

For VideoWest's latest Street Portraits installment, the team headed to Library Square in Salt Lake City. One stylish man gave us this advice: give thought to what you love and invest in it.

Nighttime Jazz Host Steve Williams Retiring

After 31 years at KUER, Steve Williams has announced his retirement from the University of Utah.

Glynn Washington in Salt Lake City

Hear Glynn Washington's recent interview with KUER's Whittney Evans

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