Community groups around the state have been holding events to educate people about the Affordable Care Act, but Utah Pride is trying something different Wednesday to reach their target demographic - healthcare happy hour.
Take a peek at the final rehearsal before David Byrne (of Talking Heads) and Annie Clark (of St. Vincent) took their collaborative album, Love This Giant, out on the road — complete with eccentric choreographed dance moves and an eight-piece horn section.
34 years ago today, a new commercial-free radio station located at The Blue Mouse in Salt Lake City broadcast Pete Seeger's "We Shall Overcome" over the FM airwaves. Since then, KRCL has become a beloved community resource for thousands of listeners throughout Utah. Happy Birthday, KRCL! Here's to another three decades and beyond...
Last week, a judge in Price ruled that Utah’s state engineer acted properly in allowing a development company to lease water rights in the Green River for a proposed nuclear power plant. Blue Castle Holdings is now planning to move ahead with the next step -- applications to federal regulators for the plant itself.
Blue Castle has agreed to lease rights to more than 53,000 acre-feet of water to operate a 3,000 megawatt power plant near Green River. Environmental groups had challenged the agreement, and they may yet appeal the court’s ruling.
We are holding a fast and furious one-day Technology Fund Drive on Friday, December 6th, and we need volunteers to answer phones and take pledges.
Shifts are 2-3 hours in length and vary throughout the day. Come and get a behind-the-scenes look at KUER, enjoy some great company, and eat some delicious food. If you would like to help us out please sign up by clicking here.
Archeologists at an open pit coal mine in Spain have discovered the most well preserved ankylosaur, ever found in Europe, but the discovery has roots right here in Utah.
Dr. James Kirkland is the state paleontologist at the Utah Geological Survey. He’s been studying dinosaurs for 40 years. Recently, he’s been working on reclassifying all of the wide, heavily armored kind of dinosaurs. So when researchers in Spain called him up to ask his help identifying newly discovered fossils, he didn’t hesitate to say yes.