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Wednesday's Child is a cooperative effort between KSL and the Adoption Exchange highlighting foster children looking for permanent homes.
Contact adoptex.org - or call (801) 265-0444 - (866) 872-7212
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Wednesday's Child: Crystal

Ashley Kewish  |  posted Apr 16th - 11:00am
When a foster child isn't adopted by the age of 18, they are slowly phased out of the system, but Wednesday's Child Crystal said no matter what age she is, she will always want a family.
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Wednesday's Child: Jasmine

Ashley Kewish  |  posted Apr 2nd - 8:51pm
The foster care system isn't supposed to be a permanent situation, but some children in Utah have spent most of their life in state custody waiting for adoption. Wednesday we introduce you to Jasmine.
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Wednesday's Child: Taylen

Ashley Kewish  |  posted Mar 19th - 9:30pm
Through "Wednesday's Child," KSL TV brings you the story of a child living in Utah who hopes to be adopted. This week our Chopper 5 pilot got to help play a small role in making one little boy's dreams come true.
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Wednesday's Child: Josh and Chris

Ashley Kewish  |  posted Mar 5th - 8:09pm
It's a heartbreaking reality, but siblings living in foster care can't always stay together. That's why KSL 5 TV teamed up with the Adoption Exchange to introduce you to two brothers looking for one permanent home.
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Wednesday’s Child: McKayla

Ashley Kewish  |  posted Feb 19th - 7:25pm
The path to adoption for children in the foster care system isn't always smooth. But one Utah teen is choosing to make the most out of a sometimes bumpy road.
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Wednesday's Child: Alden

Ashley Kewish  |  posted Feb 13th - 7:07pm
Alden is 10 year-old by we first introduced you to one year ago. He has officially been adopted by a family who saw him featured on "Wednesday's Child" on KSL TV.
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Wednesday’s Child: Gabe and Julian

Ashley Kewish  |  posted Feb 5th - 7:11pm
There are more than 200 children in the Utah Foster Care system waiting to be adopted. When you add in disabilities, the odds of finding a permanent home drop. This week, KSL met two brothers with special needs, hoping to find their forever family.
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'They want a family,' mother says of teens in foster care

Ashley Kewish  |  posted Jan 22nd - 10:20pm
There are hundreds of children in the Utah foster care system, but what you may not know is a lot of them are teenagers.
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Wednesday's Child: Zane

Ashley Kewish  |  posted Jan 8th - 5:59pm
Some foster children in Utah enter the system when life with a biological parent becomes unsafe. That was the case with 15-year-old Zane.
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Wednesday's Child: Esteban

Ashley Kewish  |  posted Dec 25th - 10:52pm
For hundreds of children living in the foster care system, Christmas is another day spent without a family of their own. Esteban is an 11 year-old boy who enjoys playing in the snow and loves dogs.
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Wednesday's Child: Sophia and Payton

Ashley Kewish  |  posted Nov 27th - 7:01pm
Each Wednesday, a child who is looking for an adoptive home is featured on KSL. This week, the two featured children found a loving adoptive family.
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Wednesday's Child: Jadyn

Ashley Kewish  |  posted Nov 13th - 7:05pm
Jadyn, 13, is a boy in search of a family of his own. He loves school, singing and dancing.
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