Connie Sokol, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Jan 11th - 10:31am
It’s January, which means dive in, set high-level, well-intentioned goals — in two weeks forget what they were, then drown your non-attained sorrows in a really quality cheesecake. Wait! Not this year, because you're all about a culture of change.
A Utah county family has hired an attorney after their 9th-grade daughter was asked twice to get off a school bus. The family claims it was discrimination because of their Muslim religion while the school said it was all a big misunderstanding.
Family members said Monday they were disappointed that the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear a case involving their former foster daughter, a girl with Native American ancestry who was ordered removed from their California home and reunited with relatives in Utah.
This week, Spanish Fork City administrators put a message on social media urging parents to be careful as their kids play in the deep snow. The warning comes after a close call involving a snowplow driver whose quick actions most likely saved some young lives.
One minute, you have that blissful pregnancy glow, and the next, you're green with nausea. You're not alone. Many moms-to-be are prescribed some type of treatment to ease their morning sickness, but a provocative new paper questions the efficacy of Diclegis.
The video is hard to watch and the parents hesitated sharing it, but they believe the video tells an important story. They believe other parents will get the message to take the warning about unsecured dressers seriously.