Air pollution policies, a resort’s approach to indigenous culture, and LDS LGBTQ therapy have gone awry

Salt Lake Tribune reporters discuss the week’s top stories.

(Bethany Baker | The Salt Lake Tribune) Red Heritage, a Native American performance group, sings in a drum circle and performs a hoop dance for guests at Amangiri Resort near Big Water on Tuesday, July 11, 2023.

Why those who suffer most from Salt Lake Valley’s bad air may be the least vocal. A resort in southern Utah practices incense, which has its roots in indigenous ceremonies. Is that cultural appreciation or appropriation? And a therapist from Utah gained a reputation for helping gay Latter-day Saints. Several men say he sexually abused them.

At 9 a.m. Friday, Salt Lake Tribune reporters Alixel Cabrera, Palak Jayswal and Jessica Miller, and news columnist Robert Gehrke join Utah Public Radio’s Tom Williams to discuss the week’s top stories.

Stream “Behind the Headlines” every Friday at 9 am on or tune in to KCPW 88.3 FM or Utah Public Radio at for the broadcast. Join the live conversation this week via email at or Twitter @upraccess.

Justin Scaccy

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