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  • Sunday Edition: Sen. Mitt Romney Talks About Events At US Capitol

    As a nation, we try to reconcile the events at the US Capitol this week. Senator Mitt Romney joins us to discuss what is next.
  • Sunday Edition: Vaccine Rollout; Educator Bonuses; 125 Years Of Statehood

    A revised vaccine rollout plan now puts teachers closer to the front of the line to be vaccinated, all while the Utah legislature urges the Salt Lake City School District to return to in person learning, by withholding a bonus for those teachers. We talk with a member of the school board.
  • Sunday Edition: Grim COVID-19 Milestones, Utah AG Sean Reyes

    Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes talked about his decision to join a court brief supporting a lawsuit in the Supreme Court challenging election results in several other states. Also, as case counts rise in Utah and the state meets a grim milestone for deaths, we look at what we can be doing next to keep people safe.
  • Sunday Edition: COVID-19 Relief; Unusual Holiday Memories During Pandemic

    Congressional leaders have been trying work out COVID-19 relief aid before the holiday recess. Rep. Ben McAdams joins us to discuss the latest efforts and what the hold up has been. The holidays may look different this year but there are still lots of opportunities to make memories. Ron Jarrett from the Tabernacle Choir on Temple Square joins us.
  • Sunday Edition: Importance Of Hope, Faith, Gratitude

    Sunday Edition takes a step back from the stress and uncertainty we are seeing right now in our world and focuses on the importance of hope, faith, and gratitude. We hear from religious and scientific leaders about the impacts of gratitude and positive thinking on both our bodies and souls.
  • Sunday Edition: Gov. Elect Spencer Cox, Current Political Climate, CD4 Race

    Gov. Elect Spencer Cox joins the program to talk about the surge in coronavirus cases in the state  and nation and the current political climate - and we still don't know who is going to represent Utah's 4th Congressional District. 
  • Sunday Edition: Races Too Close To Call; Utah COVID-19 Spike

    Election Day turned into election week, with uncertainty across the country and in Utah as we wait to see who will become the next president of United States. At the same time, Utah again reporting record COVID-19 cases. We look at what is next for our country and state.
  • Sunday Edition: Effect Of Nasty Ads On 2020 Election

    With just days, or even hours, to the 2020 Election, we talk to Jason Perry, director of the Hinckley Institute of Politics at the University of Utah about his perspective - especially on some of the negative advertising. We also walk through the process to vote for those who have not done so - even up to registering on Election Day.
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    Sunday Edition: Possible Change To Utah County Government; Judge Reviews

    With  about a week until Election 2020, we talk to candidates Jenny Wilson and John Curtis. We also take a deep dive into Proposition 9 in Utah County. Plus, you may have looked at the judge reviews from JPEC but what do they mean? We break it all down.
  • Sunday Edition: Mail-In Ballots, Amendment G, Freedom Of Religion

    Ballots have been sent out to Utah voters, but what if you don't get one in the mail? Matt Gephardt has the answer.