Salt Lake City, UT – Voting went smoothly throughout Utah on Tuesday's historic election. One of the reasons was the state's poll workers. Thousands of them trained and practiced in order to ensure a smooth election. They take their jobs seriously and serve with pride. Often, they're older or retired Utahns with the time to spend 13 hours straight helping voters. But KUER's Jenny Brundin visited on Tuesday with one group of young pollsters.
Salt Lake City, UT – With lost mines and the Three Nephites, grieving Indian maidens and a lake monster - Utah is full of legends. Whether they can be proven true or not, they're great stories and they teach us a lot about who we are. Thursday, Doug talks to folklorist David Stanley and historian Will Bagley. From Bryce Canyon to Bear Lake, we'll talk about the state's best loved stories - and we hope you'll join us with some of your own.
Salt Lake City, UT – Wednesday on RadioWest, we're live from the Hinckley Institute of Politics with post election analysis. We're joined by Kirk Jowers of the Hinckley Institute, pollster Dan Jones, and Brigham Young University political scientist Quin Monson to see how Utah voted and why.
Salt Lake City, UT – It's Election Day and the time for candidates to get their messages out is all but over. But the way campaigns are communicating with voters has seen a significant shift this election season. KUER's Jennifer Napier-Pearce takes a look at the way new media is influencing Utah politics.
Salt Lake City, UT – Music - according to neuroscientist Daniel Levitin - is the "soundtrack of civilization." In his latest book, Levitin argues that music played an important role in our evolutionary process, and that songs of friendship, joy, comfort, knowledge, religion and love have made us who we are today. Tuesday, Daniel Levitin joins Doug to talk about "The World in Six Songs."