Ben McAdams

Deseret News

Utah sees a big spike in coronavirus cases, with a whopping 911 new cases on Thursday. How children transmit the virus and what we know about Utah's school outbreaks. What polling says about the 4th District congressional race. And Sen. Mike Lee tries to downplay the role of climate change in this year's devastating wildfires. 



Seven candidates are vying for the to represent Utah’s fourth congressional district, including incumbent Democrat, Ben McAdams.

QPR Institute Question Persuade Refer Training, Mental Health, Suicide; Charity Jenson said one of the most common responses at QPR Trainings is 'I had no idea about suicide, I had no idea how prevalent it was or what to do to help someone.'
Kat Webb / UPR

Republican Speaker of the House Brad Wilson named reducing Utah’s suicide rate as one of his top priorities for the year in his opening session remarks earlier this week. Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the United States, but the eighth in Utah

Salt Lake Tribune

President Donald Trump is impeached. Utah Republican Congressmen Chris Stewart, Rob Bishop and John Curtis vote against impeachment, while Democrat Ben McAdams votes for it. And a whistleblower claims that the LDS Church stockpiled $100 billion in charitable donations.

Ben McAdams in front of American Flag.
Eric Connolly

Salt Lake Tribune

With less than a month to Election Day, the race for Salt Lake City mayor intensifies with debates, endorsements and deeper dives into the issues. Rep. Ben McAdams throws his support behind the Trump impeachment inquiry. And Sen. Mitt Romney and the president clash in a war of words that has included “appalling” and “pompous ass.”

Salt Lake Tribune

The dust is settling after the 2018 midterm elections. What does the future hold for the citizen ballot initiatives that passed? Plus, President Donald Trump lashes out at Rep. Mia Love. And Utah remembers North Ogden Mayor Brent Taylor, who was killed in an insider attack in Afghanistan. At 9 a.m. Friday, Salt Lake Tribune reporter Brian Maffly, government and politics editor Dan Harrie and editor Jennifer Napier-Pearce join KCPW’s Roger McDonough to talk about the week’s top stories.


Rep. Mia Love says the Federal Election Commission has cleared her of illegal fundraising and that her challenger, Ben McAdams, is unethical and should withdraw from the race. Also, four women ask the Utah Supreme Court to assign a special prosecutor to sexual assault cases that the Salt Lake County District Attorney's office declined to pursue. And the story of an unsolved murder from 1978 shows how evidence is maintained--and how cold cases are investigated today.  At 9 a.m.

Mia Love and Ben McAdams

U.S. Rep. Mia Love has clashed with her Democratic challenger as she defends her seat in a tight race targeted by national Democrats in a push to regain control of the U.S. House.

Democratic challenger Ben McAdams said at a debate Tuesday that she "votes on autopilot" with President Donald Trump, but Love shot back that she stands up to the president more than other Utah Republicans on issues like immigration.

The Salt Lake Tribune

Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams announces plans to sue the pharmaceutical industry over effects of the opioid crisis, but his decision catches county council members off guard. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke considers moving the headquarters of the Bureau of Land Management to Salt Lake City. And a state lawmaker proposes moving sex-education classes out of the classroom and onto the internet.