KUTV Newswatch 2 at 6 and 10: Wednesday, February 21, 1979, 6 P.M. and 10 P.M. news

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Title KUTV Newswatch 2 at 6 and 10: Wednesday, February 21, 1979, 6 P.M. and 10 P.M. news
Alternative Title Wednesday, February 21, 1979, 6 P.M. and 10 P.M. news
Creator KUTV (Television station : Salt Lake City Utah)
Contributor Wood, Terry, 1947- ; Augustin, Arnie; Greenlaw, Patrick; Connaughton, Ken; Allgire, Dick; Barnum-Reece, Richard; Walker, Gary; Eubank, Mark E.; Rawson, Mike; Marcroft, Bill; Howard, Bill; Wirth, Craig
Date 1979-02-21
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 21st, 1979, originally recorded on U-matic videocassette. Includes commercials. Broadcast headlines 6 PM: Utah Transit Authority wildcat strike ends; $5.6million wrongful death suit will be filed against the state of Utah in the shooting of John Singer; City Commissioner David Campbell denies any conflict of interest with his vote to keep Police Chief Bud Willoughby; 28-year-old Neil Anderson killed in a shootout with city police in Cedar City, UT; Apartment building owners object to a proposal to strengthen Salt Lake City's fire safety code at a City Commission meeting; Fire in a rented home in Salt Lake City; Troubleshooter: South Salt Lake woman feels hassled by the dog catcher; Wyoming Special Olympics participants need lodging; Governor Scott Matheson tells reporters he hopes the Utah State Legislature will fund a cancer study in Southern Utah and comments on the potential gasoline shortage Broadcast headlines 10 PM: Chief Bud Willoughby in more trouble after being accused of lying about a meeting with Utah Highway Patrol Officer Bob Reed; $5.6million wrongful death suit will be filed against the state of Utah in the shooting of John Singer; Officers cleared in the death of 28-year-old Neil Anderson in Cedar City, UT; Salt Lake City's 911 emergency service temporarily down; New England Journal of Medicine and the University of Utah will release a study on the leukemia rate among children in Southern Utah; World and national news headlines; Utah Transit Authority wildcat strike ends; Widespread flooding in Hilo, Hawaii; Weather report; U & I Sugar Factory fails to find a buyer and will close its doors; Local and national sports; football player Chuck Ehin fooled into signing with BYU; Wirth Watching: junkyard sculptor Scott Crabtree
Collection Number and Name A0303, KUTV News collection
Type Image/MovingImage
Genre U-Matic
Format video/mp4
Extent 0:49:40
Language eng
Rights https://rightsstatements.org/page/InC/1.0/
Metadata Cataloger Daniel Lee
ARK ark:/87278/s6cg4h5q
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 1470888
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6cg4h5q
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