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  • Sunday Edition: Rising COVID Cases Among Unvaccinated, Utah Leading Anti-Trust Suit & Long-Term Impacts Of Housing Insecurity

    This week on Sunday Edition, we look at the reasons why the state of Utah is leading the charge in anti-trust suit against tech giant, Google. Plus, the long lasting ways housing insecurity experts say will impact the next generation. And while Utah has met one goal in terms of vaccines, we’re seeing an increase in COVID cases and hospitalizations at some of the highest rates in the country.
  • Ally Isom Announces Candidacy; Task Force Addresses Hunger

    Utah families can soon expect a monthly check from the federal government. We break down who will receive what, and what it will mean for Utah’s economy. Plus, a new taskforce looks to address food insecurity, especially looking at access. But first, Ally Isom becomes the next candidate seeking to unseat Senator Mike Lee.
  • Pointing Fingers Over Firework Bans; Curtis on His Climate Caucus; Rental Assistance

    On this week's episode, we look at firework bans, the Conservative Climate Caucus, and rental assistance
  • Looking Forward on Race Issues in Church; What’s Next For Utah Monuments?

    The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announcing it’s next chapter in its partnership with the NAACP. One member shares what the partnership means to him and what else needs to happen. Plus, one year after George Floyd’s death and on the weekend of Juneteenth, the Utah YWCA offering a new program to understand and root out racism. And we sit down with Rep. Chris Stewart to discuss what is next for Utah monuments.
  • Utah Faces Drought Conditions; Becky Edwards Challenges Mike Lee; Pride Month Take-Aways

    SALT LAKE CITY, Utah–This week wraps up Utah Pride Week, but that doesn’t mean our LGBTQ siblings should fade back into obscurity. We look at the ways we can support our neighbors all year long. Plus, the first challenger to Mike Lee’s Senate seat–we talk with Becky Edwards. But first–it’s an issue impacting all of […]
  • Protestors try to enter the Michigan House of Representative chamber and are being kept out by the Michigan State Police after the American Patriot Rally organized by Michigan United for Liberty protest for the reopening of businesses on the steps of the Michigan State Capitol in Lansing, Michigan on April 30, 2020. - The group is upset with Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's mandatory closure to curtail Covid-19. (Photo by JEFF KOWALSKY / AFP) (Photo by JEFF KOWALSKY/AFP via Getty Images)

    “I Need Answers” Rep. John Curtis on Vote for Jan. 6 Commission; Deep Dive Into Critical Race Theory

    This week on Sunday Edition, Rep. John Curtis says he needs answers regarding the January 6th Capitol riot. We discuss his break from his party to help send the Commission to the Senate for approval. Plus, we look at Critical Race Theory and the the impact some advocates worry all out bans would have on […]
  • Sunday Edition: Calls For GOP Reform; Concerns Over End To Fed Unemployment

    On the heels of the Republican Party vote to oust Rep. Liz Cheney from her leadership position, 150 Republican leaders, led by former presidential candidate Evan McMullin, call for reform within the party. He talks about the reform needed. Plus, many advocates think it’s too soon for Utah Gov. Spencer Cox's calls for an end to federal unemployment benefits. What they say needs to happen first.
  • US Census; Utah’s First Lady On ‘Empathy Gap’

    Utah First Lady Abby Cox joins the program to talk about an “empathy gap” and how the "Show Up Utah" initiative hopes to help. Plus, Salt Lake City's new voting system and what new Census results will mean for Utah and Salt Lake City’s move to rank choice voting.
  • Sunday Edition: Chauvin Verdict’s Impact On Salt Lake City

    Chief Mike Brown with the Salt Lake City Police Department and Commissioner Darlene McDonald from the city's Racial Equity in Policing Commission react to the guilty verdict of former Minneapolis officer Derek Chauvin in the death of George Floyd. They talk about the impact of the verdict and issue of equality in Utah's capitol city. 
  • Sunday Edition: Gov.’s First 100 Days, Afghanistan Withdrawal, Deseret News Transformation

    In the first 100 days of Utah Gov. Spencer Cox's administration, what has been accomplished for far, and what's ahead? We also sit down with Rep. Chris Stewart to talk about his view on Pres. Joe Biden’s plan to withdraw US troops from Afghanistan. Plus, the new president of Deseret News talks about transformational leadership.