The Craniofacial Foundation of Utah, along with MountainStar Healthcare, hosted kids with facial differences and their families to a sneak preview of "Wonder" in hopes that they'll remember that "it's what's inside that counts."
Deanie Wimmer, KSL TV | Posted
Nov 14th - 10:31pm
A Utah school district recently tried a no-homework pilot program, which many families are hailing as a "life changer." It's an idea a growing number of educators are considering amid lack of evidence homework helps young kids achieve.
Parents in Farmington are petitioning to change the name of a new high school mascot out of concern that when their children cheer from the sidelines it will sound like they're shouting about male anatomy.
Kim Giles, KSL.com Contributor | Posted
Nov 13th - 7:02am
"I want you to address in a column what you do when family members aren't speaking." In this edition of LIFEadvice Coach Kim explains why we struggle with family conflict and how to make forgiveness happen so your family parties are more fun.
By some measures, Utah residents have improved their overall financial health after years of leading the country in personal bankruptcy rates. But experts say Utahns are still carrying too much debt and failing to budget and save adequately.
More than 400 female middle school students attended the Expanding Your Horizons conference at North Davis Junior High in Clearfield on Saturday, an event meant to inspire young women to pursue careers in math, science, engineering and technology.
Rep. Justin Fawson, R-North Ogden, met with a State School Board committee Friday to discuss possible changes to the state code on sex education instruction that would shift the focus to reproductive health and offer web-based resources to parents.
Over objections that national science standards push a political agenda on global warming and do not include faith-based discussions as a counterpoint to evolution instruction, the State School Board voted Thursday to open science standards.