The Karl Malone car dealership in Heber City wants to put an employee parking lot in a residential area where a 19th century home is now.   There will be a public hearing Thursday  night.  KPCW’s Renai Bodley has more:

Click here to see a link to the Heber City staff report on the proposed rezone, including maps of the proposed change.

The Park City School Board met Tuesday afternoon and had a first time look at the 175,000 square-foot High School Expansion options which now include 4 different designs.  KPCW’s Carolyn Murray was at the meeting and has this:

On today’s program, Leslie Thatcher speaks to Park City School Board members Nancy Garrison and Tania Knauer. Park City Manager Diane Foster, Community Development Director Anne Laurent and Planner Hannah Turpen discuss the agenda for Thursday's city council meeting. Park Silly Executive Director, Kate McChesney has details about the annual Park Silly Holiday Bazaar scheduled for this weekend and Judd Werner with Citizens Climate Lobby talks about next week' s screening of National Geographic's Years of Living Dangerously, "Safe Passage" episode.

Dave Hanscomb joins Tim Henney and guest co-host Chris Cherniack to share the details of tis years race schedule at the Wasatch Citizens Series. Then they talk with Lauren Beheshti, Community Education Program Coordinator and director of the Good Neighbors program at the Park City School District about some issues facing Latino Members in the community.  And finally, they visit with Lisa Napoli, author of Ray and Joan: The Man Who Made the McDonalds Fortune  and the Woman Who Gave it Away.

Utah's State Treasurer says Summit and Wasatch County residents and businesses have a combined $8 million in unclaimed cash sitting in the state's coffers.   KPCW's Renai Bodley has the story:

Click here to see if you have any unclaimed property with the state of Utah.

Click here to see if you have any unclaimed property in other states.

Filmmakers Showcase

This year’s Filmmakers Showcase proves the event is only getting better. Six countries including Ireland, Austria and Cuba are represented. Founder Jill Orschel said there are more collaborative efforts with a record breaking 26 total films from filmmakers of all backgrounds.

A Summit Park woman has been convicted of animal cruelty after a neighbor's puppy died from strychnine poisoning, due to poison pellets the defendant had placed in her yard. Rick Brough has more.

The Sundance Institute has unveiled its line-up of 66 films set for competition at the 2017 Sundance Festival. The films are set for the Dramatic and Documentary programs and the festival's Next section. Festival organizers also said a number of environmental films will be part of the New Climate program, inaugurated this year. Rick Brough has more.

Dr. Brian McPherson is a professor in the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department at the University of Utah. He was recently awarded a 1.3 million dollar grant from the Department of Energy to study whether or not the process of carbon capture and storage of CCS could be applied here in Utah.  What is carbon capture and storage?

MythBusters Adam Savage Comes for One Night Only

Dec 6, 2016

Known for his myth busting antics with partner in science, Jamie Hyneman, Adam Savage of the Discovery Channel's MythBusters  isn’t bringing his creative experimentations to the Eccles Center. He does, however, promise a great time with a couple of surprises for his audience that will include a Q & A.