Biden courts executive orders struck down...
Boyd Matheson

Opinion: Executive orders show Congress needs to take back its authority

On the court cases involving immigration, oil and gas leasing and an extension on the federal eviction moratorium, the Biden administration went down swinging.
9 months ago
Afghanistan chaos...
Curt Gresseth

Chaos, collapse in Afghanistan preventable, McMaster says

McMaster said what's unfolding in Afghanistan now is what happens when the United States surrenders to the Taliban -- a terror organization.
9 months ago
Afghanistan chaos...
KSL NewsRadio

Inside the Oval Office: H.R. McMaster gives a look behind the scenes

SALT LAKE CITY — Former National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster joins Boyd Matheson at 1:15 pm to discuss what it’s like to be in the Oval Office and giving advice to a president who has to make military decisions.  Tune in below. This story will be updated.
9 months ago
back to college utah university vaccine require...
Curt Gresseth

For adults wondering if it’s too late to go back to college, the answer is no

It's not too late for adults to go back to college (or even start college) said the vice president for student affairs at Utah Valley University.
9 months ago
government taxes...
Boyd Matheson

Are the taxes you pay worth the benefits government delivers?

The majority of Americans don't think their taxes are worth the benefits of the government. But I say it is worth it.
9 months ago
criminal justice reform handcuffs prison...
Curt Gresseth

S.L. County D.A. joins national call for (better) justice for all

More than 100 prosecutors nationwide, including Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill, wrote the president calling for criminal justice reform.
9 months ago
water infrastructure poll...
Curt Gresseth

Poll: Utahns want infrastructure bill money for water improvements in state

Utahns overwhelmingly support spending federal money from the infrastructure bill, which passed the US Senate, for water capacity and upgrades, conservation and reducing the risk of wildfires in the state, according to a recent poll.
9 months ago
utah state prison covid outbreak...
Curt Gresseth

Plans for a development to include affordable housing on prison land

Plans for a development at the state prison have just been released.
9 months ago
truth in politics bipartisan group...
Curt Gresseth

America needs a place for truth in politics, says author

Thomas Koenig writes that the nation is ready for a new faction in politics, seeking and telling the truth as its core identity.
9 months ago
municipal elections...
Curt Gresseth

Municipal elections are the most important vote — so cast your ballot Tuesday

SALT LAKE CITY — More important than the presidential election or congressional contests or gubernatorial races are municipal elections, which in Utah are Tuesday. Voters will be able to select their choice for mayor, city council and other local leadership position for the next four years. The winners and their agendas will impact their constituents’ […]
10 months ago
infrastructure bill addresses too many topics critics say...
Curt Gresseth

Mia Love to Congress: Keep it simple, one bill does not need many topics

Former Congresswoman Mia Love says it's time to revisit her 2016 bill that would have ended the practice of cramming multiple topics into legislation.
10 months ago
January 6 capitol violence...
Boyd Matheson

OPINION: Curiosity critical for those involved in Jan. 6 probe

Think of all of the great breakthroughs in the history of this world. They've all happened because of curiosity -- because somebody was curious about something.
10 months ago
strategy and tactics required to climb mountains like everest...
Boyd Matheson

Opinion: When it comes to strategy and tactics, you have to have both

If you have a plan but not a goal or a vision without a plan, you will lose. To win, you need a strategy into a brighter future combined with the tactics to guide you to the summit of the dream.
10 months ago
how to deal with bats in your house - bat roosting in a tree...
Curt Gresseth

Bats in the house? Do’s and dont’s on removing them

SALT LAKE CITY — If you’ve found bats in your house — or even your belfry — recently, you’re not alone. Young bats are out and exploring their world, which can sometimes include your attic. This time of year, these nocturnal animals take up residence in homes all over Utah as bat babies, called pups, […]
10 months ago
Transgender...
Curt Gresseth

Equality Utah marks 20th year in Utah as director talks culture wars

SALT LAKE CITY — Culture wars that inflame passion on both sides of an issue, such as trans athletes competing in women’s sports in schools, are borne out of a misunderstanding of who trans kids are, said one of their longtime champions in the state. Equality Utah Executive Director Troy Williams joined Inside Sources on […]
10 months ago
criminal justice reform...
Curt Gresseth

Criminal justice reform needed now, says Utah County attorney

The US court system has moved away from trial-by-jury, says the Utah County Attorney, and criminal justice reform is needed now.
10 months ago
term limits...
Boyd Matheson

Opinion: With a gray-haired Senate, it’s time to talk about term limits

Boyd Matheson writes it's time to reconsider term limits now that we have the oldest Senate in U.S. history and they actually are not indispensable.
10 months ago
(Utah Governor Spencer Cox speaking at a COVID-19 briefing May 27, 2021.  Photo, KSL.com)...
Saige Miller

Why an LA Times reporter published a profile on Utah’s governor

The author of the article, Mark Z. Barabak, joined Boyd Matheson to discuss why the LA Times did a profile on the governor of Utah. 
11 months ago
China funding...
Curt Gresseth

Stewart seeks to block US funding going to places like Wuhan lab in China where pandemic may have started

Utah Rep. Chris Stewart wants to block taxpayers' dollars from funding places like the Wuhan laboratory in China
11 months ago
affordable care act obamacare supreme court...
Curt Gresseth

Analysis: Obamacare survives third failed attack before Supreme Court

Despite a third challenge before the US Supreme Court by Republican-led states, the justices once again preserved Obamacare (7 to 2) as the law of the land.
11 months ago
utah firefighter in action...
Curt Gresseth

How bad is the Utah drought? We asked a firefighter

SALT LAKE CITY — If you want to know how bad the worst drought ever recorded in Utah really is, and what it means for fire season this year, you need to talk to a firefighter.  Jon Smith, who you may know as a DJ on sister station 103.5 FM The Arrow, is also a […]
11 months ago
mental health help...
Curt Gresseth and Saige Miller

Inside Sources: Utah organization aims to provide mental health support to youth, adults

A mental health crisis is gathering, but the good news is the stigma surrounding mental health is easing, say two professionals who are on a mission to connect children and teens with mental health support.
11 months ago
curtis climate change...
Curt Gresseth

Inside Sources: Republicans ready to act on climate change, Rep. Curtis says

Utah Republican Rep. John Curtis said it's time for Republicans to bring conservative principles to the climate change conversation.
11 months ago
joe dimaggio swings at the ball...
Boyd Matheson

OPINION: Here’s to you, Joe DiMaggio, for showing us how it’s done

Joe DiMaggio gave his fans his best effort every game, every innings, every day, and for that, we say, here's to you for showing us all how it's done.
11 months ago