It's unlikely that a ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court this week will have ramifications for Park City's Rail Trail. As KPCW's Leslie Thatcher reports, those who were involved in turning the unused rail bed into a 26-mile linear state park in the 1980s believe the local trail rights are protected.
Tim and Lynn speak with Dr. Terry Wahls, author of The Wahls Protocol, about the diet and practices she used to dampen the effects of her crippling multiple sclerosis. Then, Karin Carestia of Alpine Apothecary and Marcia Scoville of All For Women Healthcare about the connection between stress and women's hormones.
The Swaner EcoCenter and Park City Municipal are hosting a panel discussion that's free to the public. The event on Tuesday, the 18th is looking at air quality issues around Park City and Summit County. Rick Brough has more.
UPDATE: The Heber Valley Police located toddler Coraline Aimar and her father Scott, with assistance from the Durango Police Department, in Durango Colorado. According to a press release, the child was found in good condition, and was removed and put in state custody.
KPCW will continue updating this story as it developes.
Heber City Police are asking for the public's help in located a 13-month-old girl and her father, who may have illegally left the state with her. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.
The Heber City Police Department is actively investigating a domestic child abduction which occurred March 8, 2014. The father of the child, Scott Aimar (age 31), took the child, 13-month-old Coraline Aimar, out of the State of Utah without the consent or permission of the mother.