Elliot lives in America, and Kailash lives in India. They are pen pals. By exchanging letters and pictures, they learn that they both love to climb trees, have pets, and go to school. Their worlds might look different, but they are actually similar. Same, same. But different! Through an inviting pointofview and colorful, vivid illustrations, this story shows how two boys living oceans apart can be the best of friends.
In partnership with the University of Utah Hinckley Institute of Politics, The Hinckley Report 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.
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.
With power, honesty, and passion, the earliest voices of pioneering exploration and settlement come to life through the words of those who lived each step of the journey to the Utah Territory. Based on original letters and diaries, this KUED production reveals the hardships and challenges early pioneers faced on a daily basis.
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.
A KUED original production, On the Spectrum focuses on the stories of three Utahns to examine the challenges faced by children and adults living with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), and the impact it has on families.