After several weeks of an influx of Rainbow Family members gathering in the national forest above Heber City, most have made their exodus, leaving behind dozens to clean up. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.
The Tesoro Oil company isn't happy about the ordinances passed by the Summit County Council two weeks ago, which aim to regulate the impacts of oil pipelines. According to County Manager Bob Jasper, they made their feelings known through their attorneys. Rick Brough has more.
For the 17th year, Sundance is bringing some of its best and most popular films back for a warmer time of year, in its free Outdoor Summer Screening Series. The films will be shown at City Park locally, and at Red Butte Gardens in Salt Lake. Rick Brough has more.
Summer often means summer parties and get-togethers with alcohol as part of the mix. That means there can be legal liability for someone who drives away from a party drunk - and also, possibly, the host of the party. The next P.C. Marc Lunch and Learn, on Wednesday noon, is going to offer some legal advice to both parties. Rick Brough has more.
Following the drowning death of a 7 year old boy at the Cottonwood Heights pool last weekend, a local aquatics director talks about how to keep children safe in water this summer. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Climate scientist Dr. Michael Mann joined the show to talk about his ongoing efforts to raise awareness of climate change issues and the many issues arising from efforts. Local beekeeper Doug Fryer also joined to show to talk about the state of bees, colony collapse, etc. This show originally aired in May of 2014.