KZMU’s general manager, Serah Mead, speaks with Times-Independent staff writer Rose Egelhoff about the paper’s most interesting stories of the week. They discuss the $2 million in local funds needed to make the new USU-Moab campus happen, as well as the police chief taking issue with a “high” number of case dismissals in the Grand County court system. Parvovirus, a contagious viral disease among dogs, is affecting local pets and a recall petition for council member Curtis Wells fails to get enough signatures to appear on the November ballot. Finally, a mountain lion caused some concerns in the Portal Vista neighborhood. Tune in!