The line up of guests starts with author and Emmy award-winning correspondent Bill McGowan. Bill talks about his new book "Pitch Perfect", where he explains how to get the right message across. Next in the studio is Mark J. Fischer who discusses plans to revamp High Star Ranch. Finally, The Regional Administrator for the Small Business Association, Matt Varilek. The SBA is gearing up for the National Business Week, May 12 - 16.
Your Mother's Day begins with one of our favorite storytellers, Kim Weitkamp telling an amazing tale about her mother, her family, and Elvis Presley called "WZIX". Includes Kim's original song, titled "A Song for Mom".
A new report called The National Climate Assessment shows that the impacts of climate change are happening now, not off in the future, according to a representative of the Sierra Club. Rick Brough has more.
Happy Mothers Day celebrations today. Our guest Sally Tauber explains geochaching (treasure hunting with a map and gps units!). Thanks to the Natural History Museum for providing passes to the museum. Our "special Mom winner of the day" is taking her mom to a Big Stars Bright Nights show, thanks to Teri Orr at the Park City Institute. All that and weekend events to attend.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - Gov. Gary Herbert will open his first annual Outdoor Recration Summit on Thursday by signing a long awaited swap of state and federal lands in Grant, San Juan and Uintah Counties.
The deal gives the federal government about 25,000 acres of conversation and recreation lands in exchange for about 35,000 acres of energy-rich land for the state.
Congress authorized the deal in 2009 but it has taken years of negotiations to be finalized.