3 Questions with Bob Evans

3 Questions with Bob Evans

They are some of the most prominent people in our society: actors, entertainers, government leaders, athletes and other fascinating individuals - the people you want to hear more from. I'm Bob Evans with FOX 13 News in Salt Lake City, and my goal is to give my guests a place to offer deeper, more substantial answers to questions you won't hear anywhere else. We take those answers, whittle them down and call them "3 Questions with Bob Evans" on TV, but, on this podcast, you get the whole enchilada - the entire interview from which we create our "3 Questions" segment. So, turn it up, listen closely, and prepare to be intrigued, informed and enlightened.... Show More

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March 5, 2020 28 min
He is an avid mountaineer with his eye on the next big challenge. A man who likes to do hard things and solve big problems. Dave Roskelley of Alpine just recently became the first American to summit the highest volcanoes on the seven continents. Of course, summiting the seven tallest peaks came before that. And before that, the granddaddy of them all: Mount Everest.
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February 27, 2020 33 min
She started out as an environmental activist, concerned about Utah’s air quality. But rather than just talk about the issue, Erin Mendenhall got busy, ran for public office and landed a seat on the Salt Lake City Council. And now, after six years there, she is Salt Lake City's new mayor — just as concerned about the environment, but more empowered than ever to actually do something about it.
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February 12, 2020 47 min
He was arguably the first and most prominent face of the Utah Jazz when they first arrived in Salt Lake City in 1981. Frank Layden was the boisterous, often hilarious head coach who worked his way into the hearts of the fans, and most importantly, his players. Now at age 88, he's enjoying the fruits of all that hard work and affection.
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February 11, 2020 34 min
It has been five years since "Mormon Stories" podcast host John Dehlin was excommunicated from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It was a very difficult episode for him and his family, who also either left the church or are no longer active. The podcast began 15 years ago and has become a place where Latter-day Saints having a faith crisis can go for support and understanding. Now it has sparked a communit...
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February 11, 2020 45 min
In recent months, tensions between the U.S. and Iran have intensified — with the shooting down of a U.S. drone, the killing of a U.S. contractor, the attack on the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad, and the killing of Iranian General Qasem Soleimani. There is fear Iran is developing a nuclear weapon, despite economic sanctions. Amos Guiora is a University of Utah law professor who played a key role in the Israeli-Palestinian peace process,...
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January 12, 2020 1 min
Passing legislation during the day, and stopping speeders and criminals at night. Lee Perry of the Utah House of Representatives has spent the past nine years juggling both responsibilities. As a Lieutenant with the Utah Highway Patrol, he was in the unique position of writing Utah law, and enforcing it too. Now, after a 31 year career in law enforcement, his retirement is bittersweet. Being a Utah Highway Patrol Trooper has been ...
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January 5, 2020 23 min
Provo, Utah Mayor Michelle Kaufusi has a reputation of being warm and friend, but very tough. And she’s had to be. Her husband Steve Kaufusi played for the Philadelphia Eagles and is the former Defensive Line Coach for BYU. Sons Bronson and Corbin play for the New York Jets. And Devin is a Defensive Lineman for BYU. Daughters Daryl and Alexis were active in high school sports. Now Mayor Kaufusi is using many of the same skills use...
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December 15, 2019 45 min
His daughter and family have been through indescribable trauma. Ed Smart’s daughter Elizabeth was kidnapped by Brian David Mitchell and Wanda Barzee in June of 2002. Her miraculous safe return happened after nine torturous months of search, praying, and hoping. Since then, Ed and Elizabeth have become outspoken advocates for missing and exploited children with the Elizabeth Smart Foundation. But under the turmoil of this whole ex...
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December 8, 2019 9 min
Emmy and Tony Award winning actress and singer Kristin Chenoweth’s career spans film, television, voiceover and stage. In 2015, Chenoweth received a coveted star on The Hollywood Walk of Fame. In 2009, she received an Emmy Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for her role in “Pushing Daisies.” In 1999, she won a Tony Award for “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown” and she was also nominated for her original role of Gli...
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December 1, 2019 29 min
It’s easy to look at police officers as the embodiment of official authority; enforcers of laws and rules; and a societal element to be cautious of, if not feared. But for those who look on them as corruptible bullies or worse, famed radio commentator Paul Harvey pointed out that less than one half of one percent of police officers “misfit the uniform”. And “that’s a better average than you’d find among clergy.” Walking the “thin...
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November 24, 2019 22 min
Outgoing Mayor Jackie Biskupski was Salt Lake City’s second female Mayor, and the first openly gay Mayor in Utah history. She presided over the city during an eventful time, but decided that important family matters needed her attention more than the Mayor’s office. During her term, Salt Lake City hosted the United Nations Civil Society Conference, saw a 30 percent drop in crime, the restructuring of homeless services and housing,...
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November 17, 2019 34 min
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November 10, 2019 43 min
For hundreds of years, the Jewish people have been the victims of violence, discrimination, and derision. Even in the information age, where we know more about each other than ever before, rather than receiving increased tolerance, Jews continue to be the target of hatred, bigotry, and deadly attacks, both around the world, and here in the United States. While in the religious minority in Utah, Jews in the Beehive state have found...
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November 3, 2019 21 min
John Swallow is a man who is rebuilding his reputation. It was a long drop from Utah Attorney General to defendant in a public corruption trial that ended in his acquittal.  When he and his predecessor, Mark Shurtleff, were accused of a complicated “pay for play” scheme, it became known as the biggest political scandal in the history of Utah. But the charges against Shurtleff were dropped. And Swallow was exonerated. And the Stat...
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October 13, 2019 30 min
Carol Lynn Pearson shot to the top of literary awareness among members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the early 70’s and 80’s. Raised as a Latter-day Saint, she married Gerald Pearson in the Salt Lake City Temple, aware that he was gay, but with both of them thinking it was something that could be overcome with prayer and righteous living. But for all of their best efforts, Gerald’s sexual orientation wouldn’...
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October 6, 2019 35 min
At 100 years old, Gene England is a legend in the trucking industry. His father, Chester R. England, started what would become CR England Trucking in 1920, now the largest refrigerated trucking company in the USA.    At the age of 14, Gene and his 11 year old brother Bill, drove a truck load of potatoes from Utah’s Cache Valley to market in Wyoming. Having spilled most of their load when they were forced to take a detour off High...
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September 29, 2019 31 min
Don’t call him James the Mormon anymore.  In fact, pretty soon you won’t be able to call him JTM either.  For James Curran, getting to the top of the Billboard Rap Chart and having Number One iTunes releases has been the easy part. Dealing with his fame and notoriety in the LDS community has been another story. Raised in an abusive family, James Curran is used to disappointment and negativity. But he never anticipated the mixed ...
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September 15, 2019 24 min
In 2018, there were 58,083 wildfires that scorched 8.8 million acres in the United States. California's Mendocino Complex Fire in July 2018 was the largest in state history. But it was the Camp Fire in Butte County, Northern California in November of 2018 that became the deadliest and most destructive, killing 88 people, and all but decimating the city of Paradise, California. Who are the people that fight these fires? Wha...
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September 9, 2019 27 min
What do you do when the CEO of your multi-million dollar company steps down because of his involvement in FBI investigations of the Clintons and Russian collusion with the Trump campaign? It was hard for many to believe was actually happening, but happen it did. To Overstock.com. Patrick Byrne established the company in the 1990’s, and built it into one of the largest online companies in the world. Now, it is being run by his long-...
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September 8, 2019 39 min
They are often the strength behind their husband-Governors; the mostly-silent partners in politics whose advise, counsel, and support is absolutely vital. What is it like to be the first lady to a Governor? What do they do? How does politics affect their families? And what about that Governors Mansion; is it haunted? Bob Evans of FOX 13 Salt Lake City sits down with Jeanette Herbert, wife of Governor Gary Herbert, and First Lady of...
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