This week on A-TV News. Utah State is threatened by an anonymous email sent to a speaker for common hour. A dispute in Hyrum turns deadly, thousands of dollars in damage caused by a fire, and a new bridge opens up Logan streets. All that and more on this weeks edition of A-TV news.

Producer: Brandon Fonda


Duck and Cover 

“It’s a disappointment to me. I’m pissed off and embarrassed and completely weirded out that a journalism institution that should be seeking out facts and details is basically pandering to hysteria. . . . 
The most disappointing part of this bad decision is the disservice to the fine journalism students at Syracuse’s Newhouse School. What a missed opportunity to teach future media professionals how to seek out accurate hard facts; backed up with full details about the Ebola crisis. I guess it is easier to pull the hysteria and xenophobia cards.

—Michel du Cille, Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist, “Syracuse University disinvites WashingtonPost photographer because he was in Liberia 3 weeks ago,” Washington Post, Oct. 17, 2014

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