The news conference will open with a statement on National Monument designation. In this one-hour edition of the Governor’s Monthly News Conference, Governor Gary R. Herbert is joined by U.S. Representatives Rob Bishop and Jason Chaffetz.
From the earliest days of pioneering settlement in the Utah Territory there was a place — a spot for many to gather in worship, a point from which all distances would be measured in a new society, a crossroads that attracted scrutiny, conflict, and reconciliation. From throughout the world, people have traveled to walk its ground. Join KUED for a history of Temple Square.
KUED celebrates the centennial of the National Park Service as part of its Year of the Parks with this stunning visual portrait of Utah's Mighty Five National Parks set to a score selected and recorded by the Utah Symphony.
The new Eccles Theatre is up and running. New shows on the playbill excite and thrill Utahans, but many are left to wonder - how did it get there and what does this mean for Salt Lake City arts, old and new?
The new weekly public affairs series in partnership with the University of Utah Hinckley Institute of Politics provides insight and analysis into Utah news and pressing political issues as they relate to the state. Hosted by Jason Perry with guest Utah journalists.
Director of the Tanner Humanities Center, Robert A. Goldberg, believes diversity is the gift of America, but tribalism and the lack of tolerance has cost the US its spirit of camaradarie in politics and in our communities.
Utah’s national parks attract visitors from around the world, but beyond the iconic landscapes are lesser-known gems. Journey with KUED as we take the road less traveled to national monuments and recreation areas that offer solitude, history, and natural wonders and take us beyond the crowds.
Dubbed “America’s best idea,” they encompass 84 million acres of diverse landscape from the Everglades to glaciers to redwood forests. But in the 21st Century, America’s national parks face unique challenges.