More stars have taken over your television lineup...John Tesh, Connie Sellecca and Gib Gerard are hosts of Intelligence For Your Life. The show airs on our sister station the CW30 every morning at 7 and 7:30. These three discuss everything from the secrets to improve your relationship to the best tricks that can boost your brainpower.
Did you know that every 67 seconds someone in America develops Alzheimer's, and by 2050 someone will develop the disease every 33 seconds? Each year our community comes together for a walk to end Alzheimer's and to raise awareness about the disease. Mayor Ted Eyre, Melissa lee, Director of Communications for the Alzheimer's Association, Utah Chapter, and Jeanne Oki, joined us in studio to discuss this year's walk.
The Utah Open tees off this week at Riverside Country Club in Provo. There will be a plethora of events and Pro-Ams leading up to the tournament, but the highlight was today's Special Olympic Short Game Challenge.
Kicking off the first full weekend of August is National Farmers Market Week, and tomorrow Utahns can attend the Harvest Market Downtown as well as the Farmers Market this weekend.
It's another big weekend at the box office. "Guardians of the Galaxy" premiers today and Tony says the film gets an "A."
Are you looking for a refreshing meal to add to your summer collection? If so, we have a few options for you.
Coming up in just a couple up weeks is the 6th Annual Craft Lake City DIY Festival Presented by Harmons. The two-day event is put on to educate, promote and inspire local artisans while elevating the creative culture of the Utah arts community through science, technology and art.
Do you have plans this weekend? If not, checkout the Arts Festival in Park City. This family-friendly event will feature food, music, live performances, a kids area and of course, art!
It's Pioneer Weekend so why not celebrate by going to see a new movie? Movie Critic, Tony Toscano was in studio to talk about the weekend's box office releases.
It's National Hot Dog Day today...and let's be "frank," the only way to celebrate is with Harmons Grocery.