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PCSD using tech to connect to parents and community members

Apr 20th - 2:05pm

In order to help inform people about the new bond measure, the Park City School District has turned to some really cool tech to help.

Thousands of athletes, spectators expected for Salt Lake City Marathon

Apr 20th - 12:32pm

Nearly 7,000 athletes and many more spectators are expected to be in downtown Salt Lake City on Saturday for the Salt Lake City Marathon.

Lemon Raspberry Zucchini Bread

Apr 20th - 9:56am

Chocolate Banana Bread

Apr 20th - 9:49am

New powerful desktop for all your VR needs

Apr 19th - 3:21pm

We love our smartphones, tablets and laptops, but sometimes you just need a good desktop. Dan the laptop man is here with us today with a cool new desktop.

Cheeseball chili from Harmons

Apr 17th - 3:07pm

We love cheeseballs on this National Cheeseball Day (and any day really) but did you know you can use them as an ingredient in your dinner?

Mental health and social media

Apr 17th - 2:37pm

Ways you can use social media to help yourself and those around you deal with mental health.

Lindon's The VOID shows off Ghostbusters Dimension

Apr 17th - 8:26am

If there's something strange in your neighborhood, who you gonna call? Ghostbusters! Now you can practice up your own ghost busting skills at The Void in Lindon.

Easter Frittata

Apr 14th - 1:21pm

Harmon's delivers an easy Easter brunch option.

"Embrace the Awkward": tools to discuss sexual abuse with your kids

Apr 13th - 2:45pm

April is sexual abuse awareness month… the statistics are shocking… one in every 5 children will be sexually abused before they are 18 years old. But there are things we can do as parents and caregivers to change that statistic…and there are lots of resources to help parents make a sometimes uncomfortable but necessary topic, a little more manageable.

Utah businesses team up to deliver huge surprise to Kearns family

Mar 31st - 9:01am

Employees at Citywide Home Loans and RC Willey may have more home makeover experience than you will ever see on their resumes. The two businesses often combine forces to help a family in need. That was the case for the Scharmann family of Kearns.

"Random Acts" brings surprise kindness

Mar 30th - 3:11pm

Random Acts is back--bringing more random acts of kindness to unsuspecting people.

Talent Ready Utah promotes training for high tech jobs

Mar 27th - 1:45pm

We've talked about it a lot on this show--the growing need for qualified people to fill high tech jobs. And this month, Governor Gary Herbert signed a new bill designed to help Utahns prepare for those jobs.

Tech to keep your home safe

Mar 23rd - 1:51pm

As the temperatures rise, so do the number of home invasions and burglaries. There are lots of cool ways to keep an eye on your house, whether you're at work or on vacation.

Hiking, boating, and riding to an adventure in Moab

Mar 23rd - 8:45am

Adventure Specialists Trace Worthington and Sean Smith went to check out what it is about Moab that draws tourists from all over the world. They discovered plenty of fun for the entire family.

SheTech expands to rural Utah location

Mar 22nd - 2:08pm

Yesterday, Governor Herbert announced updates to the Talent Ready Utah program, an initiative aimed to help create enough talent to continue the state's economic growth, especially in Silicon Slopes. But even with all the coding camps, hack-a-tons and other opportunities popping up, some students can't participate because they can't access these programs. Which is why the Women's Tech Council is setting out to bring these programs to rural areas in Utah.