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Local News Hour - July 12,2021

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On today's Local news Hour:

( 03:07) Sean Higgins story about a Memorial service held Friday for a Park City man who was killed in a motorized skateboarding accident over the Fourth of July Weekend.

( 06:46) Director of the National Ski Hall of Fame Justin Koski has details about three of this year's inductees – all from the Park City area: Holly Flanders, Hank Tauber and Howard Peterson.

( 20:51) Along with rising temperatures and drought, climate change has another side effect in the Wasatch Back: dust and the poor air quality that comes with it as Sean Higgins reports.

( 23:26) University of Utah Professor Daniel Mendoza has details on a new published study detailing how air quality changed in Park City during the COVID-19 pandemic – and one of his air quality sensors was on the KPCW rooftop.

( 35:24) The Wasatch County Sheriff's Office announced Sunday night that three men were arrested in connection with a 7-year-old, Zaydanielys "Zai" Rodriguez-Irizarry, who was  shot and killed at the Wasatch Commons Apartments Friday night.

(37:28) Park City Education Foundation Ex. Director Abby McNulty has an update on programs offered by the foundation.

Tough but fair, Leslie is the woman most of Park City wakes up with every weekday morning. Leslie has been at KPCW since 1990 and her years at KPCW have given her depth and insight, guiding her as she asks local leaders and citizens the questions on everyone’s minds during the live interviews of the Local News Hour.