KUER Local News
10:56 am
Tue October 11, 2005

U of U Medical School Celebtrates 100th Birthday

Salt Lake City, UT – The University of Utah's School of Medicine is celebrating its 100th year this week. It opened its doors as a humble, two year school in 1905 and is now considered one of the top 20 medical programs in the United States. Jenny talks with Dr. Chase Peterson - former president of the University of Utah and a Professor in the University's School of Medicine.

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
3:02 pm
Mon October 10, 2005

Tuesday, October 11: Cities in the Wilderness

Bruce Babbitt

Salt Lake City, UT – While the urban environment and nature are frequently seen as mutually exclusive, former Secretary of the Interior Bruce Babbitt envisions a balance between development and our natural landscape. Doug Fabrizio talks to Babbitt about his new book "Cities in the Wilderness," and about his vision for a national land use plan.

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
3:16 pm
Fri October 7, 2005

Friday, October 7: Utahns and Drug Abuse

Salt Lake City, UT – The average drug user in Utah is male, 31 years old, white and LDS. RadioWest looks at what makes people turn to addictive drugs, and what methods of prevention and treatment can successfully address the problem. (Repeat)

Learn more about Utah's epidemic of substance abuse. Kathleen Weiler's Substance of Denial will re-air Sunday, October 16 at 4:00 p.m. on KUED Channel 7.

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
2:54 pm
Fri October 7, 2005

Monday, October 10: Changing Minds

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KUER Local News
11:43 am
Thu October 6, 2005

New Tax Proposal for Utah

Salt Lake City, UT – Governor Jon Huntsman unveiled a "flatter" tax proposal yesterday, one that he says is simpler, protects low and moderate income families, and stimulates economic growth. The proposal's top tax rate is 5%, which would give Utah the lowest income tax rate in the West except for Colorado, and Wyoming and Nevada - which have no income taxes. KUER'S Jenny Brundin reports.

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
4:56 pm
Wed October 5, 2005

Thursday, October 6: The Graphic Novel

Salt Lake City, UT – Over 25 years ago, the Graphic Novel took the art of cartooning from the realm of children into adult fiction. Cartoonist Batton Lash and editor Jackie Estrada will be in Utah as part of the Great Salt Lake Book Festival, and join Doug Fabrizio to talk about the genre. Later in the program, Doug talks to Alex Caldiero and others on the 50th Anniversary of poet Allen Ginsberg's "Howl."

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
4:59 pm
Tue October 4, 2005

Wednesday, October 5: The Hummingbird's Daughter

Author Luis Alberto Urrea

Salt Lake City, UT – Luis Urrea tells the powerful story of his legendary great aunt, Teresita. Famed throughout Mexico for the power to heal with her touch, the family ranch becomes a center of pilgrimage for the people and a source of concern for the government on the eve of the revolution. Urrea will be in Salt Lake City this week as part of the Great Salt Lake Book Festival, and he joins Doug Fabrizio to talk about his novel, "The Hummingbird's Daughter."

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
4:42 pm
Mon October 3, 2005

Tuesday, October 4: Lessons from Katrina

Salt Lake City, UT – Over the last month, images from the Gulf Coast region have made many across the country question their own preparedness for a natural disaster. Today on RadioWest, we'll talk to scientists and government officials about the realities of Utah's potential for geological catastrophe. How will local and state governments respond, and what is the responsibility of the individual to prepare their household?

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
4:57 pm
Fri September 30, 2005

Monday, October 3: America's Constitution

Constitutional Law Scholar Akhil Reed Amar

Salt Lake City, UT – As new Chief Justice John Roberts opens the October 2005 term of the Supreme Court, RadioWest takes a look at the document which serves as the basis for the country's law. Doug Fabrizio is joined by constitutional law scholar and author Akhil Reed Amar. His new book is called "America's Constitution: A Biography."

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KUER Local News
11:25 am
Fri September 30, 2005

The National Children's Study

September 30, 2005 – The largest U-S study of children ever undertaken is one step closer to being realized. The National Institutes of Health say the study could help improve the nation's health. And, Utah will play a vital role in its launch and development. KUER's Tasha Cook explains why in this report:

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