Grant Olsen, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Aug 31st - 11:29am
While outings are undeniably more difficult with kids, they can also be much more rewarding. The key is to prepare accordingly. Here are some outdoor products that might be worth checking out for your next adventure.
When a Florida State University football player paid a visit to a middle school cafeteria and noticed one boy eating alone, he asked if he could join him. Little did he know his simple act would mean the world to the boy's mother.
Jessica Ivins, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Aug 30th - 9:40am
One of the University of Georgia’s biggest fans will be joining its ranks next January, and the heartwarming video of the incoming student reading his acceptance letter is winning over the hearts of thousands.
Connie Sokol, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Aug 29th - 2:30pm
If the word “journal” conjures an eye-roll or visions of dusty family history tomes, think again. Learning and personal journals are a key way to reconnect with ourselves. As we enjoy the method, we’ll limit the possible madness.
On Saturday, a dozen animal welfare groups hosted a daylong event to help get over 100 homeless pets adopted into new permanent homes. The second annual Petapalooza Festival was hosted at the Viridian Event Center in West Jordan.
Some parents in the Jordan School District are upset over the school dress code their kids brought home. It said students can not wear clothing with military insignia. The district says that is not its policy.
Jessica Ivins, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Aug 25th - 9:02am
While many of her counterparts asked for cars, trips or money for their high school graduation gifts, one Illinois teenager surprised her mother’s boyfriend with a unique request: A request to become his legal daughter.