On Good Morning Utah we are featuring our viewers every Thursday and their Throwback photos.
Today is the day many people have been waiting for-Apple's release of the new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. We were live all morning long at City Creek Mall, where some people have been camping out since Tuesday just to get one of the phones. And in studio today, Chase Thompson-Baugh from Simply Mac stopped by with an exclusive look at the iPhone 6.
We all know Thursdays were made for #ThrowbackThursday and to keep the tradition going, we want to see your photos. Tweet and Facebook us your photos so we can put them on the air.
School is back in session for many students and if you're looking for something fun for your kids to do after school, The Jewish Community Center has you covered.
A lot of people are getting excited for the upcoming Salt Lake Comic Con. One of the founders of the event joined us in studio to give us a few more reasons to get even more excited.
There are a lot of kids out there with some big wishes and MAKE-A-WISH Utah wants to make those wishes come true. The foundation is partnering with Macey's, Fresh Market, Lin's and Dick's Markets for a fundraising event to raise money in order to make the wishes of many children come true.
Summer is almost over but that doesn't mean you have to get rid of your fresh-picked summer fruit and vegetables. Chef Kimberly Larsen from Harmons joined us in studio today to show us different ways to preserve fruits and berries all year long.
The death of Actor Robin Williams has brought national attention to mental health and depression. Jamie Justice from The National Alliance on Mental Illness was in studio today to discuss how people can help others deal with health and depression.
Happy Friday! It's another edition of "Tony's Take" with Movie Critic, Tony Toscano.
Are you ready for some beach volleyball?...Yes, here in Salt Lake City. The Association of Volleyball Professionals is coming back to Utah for their Salt Lake City Open.