KUTV Newswatch 2 at 10: Friday, February 9, 1979, 6 P.M. and 10 P.M. news

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Title KUTV Newswatch 2 at 10: Friday, February 9, 1979, 6 P.M. and 10 P.M. news
Alternative Title Friday, February 9, 1979, 6 P.M. and 10 P.M. news
Creator KUTV (Television station : Salt Lake City Utah)
Contributor Greenlaw, Patrick; Connaughton, Ken; Heyrend, Alyson; Walker, Gary; Augustin, Arnie; Barnum-Reece, Richard; Eubank, Mark E.; Stein, Reece; Jensen, Mike; Rawson, Mike
Date 1979-02-09
Spatial Coverage Utah, United States; Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, United States
Subject Television news programs--Utah--Salt Lake City; Television broadcasting--Utah--Salt Lake City; KUTV (Television station : Salt Lake City Utah)
Description Digitized version of an aircheck for the color broadcast of the evening news from February 9th, 1979, originally recorded on U-matic videocassette. Includes commercials. Broadcast headlines 6 PM: Utah Senate Republican majority rolls out their tax relief program; Dan's grocery store manager comments on the potential removal of sales tax on food in Utah; Ringleader of a multimillion dollar heroin peddling operation sentenced to prison by Federal Judge Aldon Anderson in Salt Lake City; University of Utah radiologist says Nevada nuclear testing resulted in dangerously high levels of radiation across Utah; Utah Transit Authority mechanics and drivers feel like they have been sold out by their union; Salt Lake County Attorney's Office silent about what they will do about an alleged death threat against the city's pornography prosecutor; Salt Lake City Streets Commissioner Jess Agraz discusses fixing chuckholes around the city; Weather report; Local and national sports; Utah House of Representatives passes a measure that allows fishing for game fish with spearguns; Salt Lake Acting Company moves into a new building with a permanent stage; Meadowlark Elementary School students share a meal with senior citizens Broadcast headlines 10 PM: Utah Transit Authority bus drivers and mechanics meet to resolve internal problems with the transit company and union; World and national news headlines; Nevada's chief health officer says Nevada and Utah should cooperate in an investigation of cancer rates in fallout areas; South Ogden City Council approves the controversial minimum police standards reward program; Utah Senate Republican majority rolls out their tax relief program; Utah Senate votes down a proposal to eliminate the state sales tax on food; Senator Frances Farley has a similar bill that she hopes will pass; Salt Lake City Streets Commissioner Jess Agraz discusses fixing chuckholes around the city; Fast food chain representatives testify at a US Senate Nutrition Committee meeting with evidence that their food is nutritious; Weather report; Local and national sports; University of Utah vs. BYU women's basketball game; Pet rocks that weigh multiple tons in Monterey, CA
Collection Number and Name A0303, KUTV News collection
Type Image/MovingImage
Genre U-Matic
Format video/mp4
Extent 0:57:26
Language eng
Rights https://rightsstatements.org/page/InC/1.0/
Metadata Cataloger Daniel Lee
ARK ark:/87278/s6p031p7
Relation For a finding aid for the collection, including contents of each program, see: http://archiveswest.orbiscascade.org/ark:/80444/xv245086
Setname uum_knc
Date Created 2019-10-23
Date Modified 2019-10-23
ID 1470878
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6p031p7
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