Salt Lake City, UT – Federal officials have charged two dozen Utahns with looting Native American artifacts in the Four Corners region. They say the two-and-half year undercover operation was the largest and most sophisticated of its kind. Thursday, host Jenny Brundin examines the case and the underground, multi-million dollar trade.
Salt Lake City, UT – Right now you're using your ears to hear. But many insects send signals to each other by making things vibrate, such as twigs or leaves. It is called seismic communication and it is a growing field of study for biologists. Jeff Rice reports for the Western Soundscapes radio series.
Salt Lake City, UT – Whether you're planning a vacation on the beach - or just looking for a cozy corner while the rain is still with us - you'll need a good read for the summer. Salt Lake's independent booksellers are bringing their suggestions of the best new books and a few that have stood the test of time.
Salt Lake City, UT – What does it mean when we hear stories of schools banning games of tag or doctors leery of treating their patients? Because Americans are afraid of law-suits, writer and activist Philip Howard says we've left much of our decision making in the hands of lawyers. What's at stake, he says, is the vitality of American culture. Monday, he joins Doug to talk about his latest book "Life Without Lawyers."