The Utah Pride Center in Salt Lake City is home to a new Girl Scout Troop with its first meeting planned Monday.

KUER's Thank You Gifts

Apr 11, 2015

KUER's Spring Fund Drive is happening from April 10-17, 2015, and we have some great thank you gifts for you!   

For your pledge of $5/month (or a $60 one-time donation), you can wake up your mind with KUER’s new travel mug. This red and silver 16 oz. Cali Fusion Tumbler is foam insulated with a threaded snap-fit lid and features the KUER logo with “Wake up your mind,” so you can be inspired, informed and entertained on your summer travels.  Donate $5/month today!

A federal judge has denied an injunction against the controversial election reform law known as SB54.

Books & Beats: April 4, 2015

Apr 10, 2015

Betsy Burton explores the Western landscape with the likes of Wallace Stegner and Edward Abbey in her review of All the Wild that Remains (Norton) by David Gessner. Then Austen Diamond preps us for Punch Brothers' bluegrass goodness.

When you make a donation to KUER during our Spring Fund Drive (April 10-17, 2015), your contribution can go twice as far by selecting First Book as your thank you gift.  First Book is a nonprofit social enterprise founded in 1992 that provides new books and educational resources to children from low-income families throughout the U.S., Canada and globally.

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The Disability Law Center in Utah is conducting an investigation into the death of Ramon Estrada, a state prisoner who died Sunday of apparent cardiac arrest due to renal failure.

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Utah Governor Gary Herbert ceremoniously signed the state’s sweeping criminal justice reforms into law on Thursday.

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 A new University of Utah study provides insight into suicide risk among veterans and military personnel.