A closer look at a plan to raise money for schools by eliminating the family child tax exemption. Plus, we will discuss Lt. Gov. Bell stepping down from office and the expansion of the 80 mph zone.
Richard Piatt | posted Sep 1st - 9:00am
We're heading back to school to take a closer look at the issues that are important to parents. Plus, a volunteer tutor program is boosting reading scores around the state.
Richard Piatt | posted Aug 18th - 9:00am
We'll talk to a fire meteorologist about predictions for the rest of the season. Plus, 25 years ago the Yellowstone Fire gripped the entire nation. Doug Wright offers his opinion on the verbal spar aimed at District Attorney Sim Gill.
Richard Piatt | posted Aug 11th - 9:00am
We take a closer look at proposals to increase property taxes around the state, as well as a new agreement for Valley Mental Health. And, Doug Wright offers his opinion on the future for light rail as the Draper TRAX line nears completion.
Richard Piatt | posted Aug 4th - 9:00am
In this Sunday Edition, a closer look at why it is becoming increasing difficult to climb up the income and wealth ladder. Plus, Doug Wright takes on the issue of compulsory education.
Richard Piatt | posted Jul 28th - 9:00am
A closer look at the Count My Vote initiative. Plus, see how a group of recovering addicts inspired an ultramarathon runner. And, hear Doug Wright's opinion on why Utah needs to change the date of the summer primary.
Richard Piatt | posted Jul 21st - 9:00am
We take a closer look at the new legislative committee charged with the heavy task of investigating John Swallow. Plus, Utah NAACP president Jeanetta Williams discusses Stand Your Ground Laws, and Catholic Bishop John C. Wester shares his baseball dreams and what the game taught him.
Richard Piatt | posted Jul 14th - 9:00am
In this Sunday Edition, a closer look at the economic and personal impact of furloughs at Hill Air Force Base. Plus, examining Utah's transportation needs for the future. Also, Doug Wright weighs in on the decision to delay a key component of the Affordable Care Act.
Richard Piatt | posted Jun 30th - 9:00am
A closer look at "The Decider," Justice Anthony Kennedy and why many legal scholars believe we are living in his world. Plus, we'll discuss mental illness among our youth. And, Doug Wright offers his opinion on what the new federal building in Utah should be named.
Richard Piatt | posted Jun 23rd - 9:00am
The little things you can do to save energy and money. Plus, an in- depth look at reverse mortgages. And, Utah was named the most charitable state in the nation.