Marshall Moore-Utah Film Studios-Discussed the film and entertainment industry boom here in Utah, it's impact on both local and state economies, and what the legislature needs to do to encourage more growth in the film industry in the state.
Jason Curry-Utah Division of Forestry, Fire, and State Lands-Discussed the current wildfire risks posed to the state by predicted dry conditions and excessive grass growth, as well as things that are and are not legal during the summer due to fire risk.
Kathy Bray-Volunteers of America Utah-Discussed the various ways the organization is going out of its way to help give shelter to homeless women and teens, as well volunteer opportunities available with the organization.
Brian McKinerny-Chief Hydrologist National Weather Service-Discussed the incredible amount of water the state has received so far this year and how that affects us going in to the summer flood potential, as well as what to look out for in regards to potential flash flooding.
Beth Lanear-Volleyball Coach with University of Utah-Discussed the impacy Chron's disease has had on her life as an athletic coach, as well as the ways that research is helping to improve management of bodily systems affected by the disease and progress towards a cure.
Leo Lucie-Criminal Investigations Chief with the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force-Discussed the recent strings of success' the agency has had with finding and apprehending child predators, as well as things parents must do to keep their children safe.
Nathan Rafferty-Ski Utah-Discussed the incredible water year the state has been having and how this has impacted the ski industry in the state to enormous degrees.
Deanne Sheppard-Humane Society of Utah-Discussed things to know about pet adoption and keeping them safe during the summer, as well as new laws and ordinances passed by the legislature regarding animal cruelty.
Larry Gelwix-Columbus Travel-Discussed various travel tips and advice for the summer months, as well as things to be aware of when traveling internationally.
Faith Heaton-Department of Wildlife Resources-Discussed various wildlife viewing opportunities during the spring throughout Utah, as well as advice for hunters and fishers during the season.
Erica Hansen-Utah's Hogle Zoo-Discussed the status of Nora the polar bear and her recovery after breaking her arm last year, as well as many of the current and ongoing zoo exhibits.
Daniel Thatcher-UT State Senator-Discussed recent passing of new hate crime legislation in the Utah legislature, as well as new methods being implemented by the state to help prevent future suicides.
Todd Thatcher-Valley Behavioral Health Clinic-Discussed the growing issue of opioid and other substance abuse here in Utah, as well as things friends and loved ones can do to help those they care about get clean.
Nate McDonald-Utah Department of Workforce Services-Discussed the strength of Utah's economy and the way new tech industries are driving growth, as well as some of the opportunities and programs available through the state to help workers develop new skills.
Pamela Atkinson-Discussed the various things being done to help Salt Lake City's homeless population, and how others can help get those struggling back on their feet.
Morgan Moreitti and Dr. Charles Rogers-American Cancer Society and Hunstman Cancer Institute respectively-Discussed the reasons driving the low rates of men, especially minorities, getting colon cancer screenings as well as why it is vital to get screened early and regularly.
Jim Pechmann-University of Utah Seismologist-Discussed the danger of fault lines running along the Wasatch Front and some of the things to be aware of in the event of a large earthquake.
Dawn Wright and Steve Grant-Shriners Hospital for Children-Discussed efforts being undertaken by the organization to help doctors and nurses avoid inhaling potentially toxic vapors in operating rooms, as well as some of the things available for children in need of prosthetic limbs and assistance with disabilities.
Blaine Leonard-Utah Department Of Transportation-Discussed how technology is impacting driving on Utah roadways, as well as some of the things in development to change how driving is done.
Deanne Sheppard-Utah Humane Society-Discussed recently passed legislation relating to animal abuse and how it changes the current statutes, as well as the importance and ever present need of volunteers assisting the facility.