Educators in Utah say more parents are turning to special classes to prepare their children for kindergarten. Some courses help prepare the child before their first birthday. But when does preparation cross the line to where it adds too much pressure to the child?
Huge Black Friday crowds at Jordan Landing resulted in some reports of injuries and complaints of unfairness. Other shoppers were happy with what they bought after waking up in the early, dark, cold hours of the morning.
The Utes and the Cougars are gearing for Saturday's rivalry game. If those players are like most other athletes, they could be engaging in some pretty strange, superstitious behavior. Athletes are known for having some bizarre rituals to get an edge, ranging from physical violence to recreating flu-like symptoms.
The love Edward and Bella have for each other is probably nothing compared to the love Utahns have for the Twilight franchise. Thursday's premiere is expected to be packed, while events capitalizing on the phenomena are just getting going.
Hundreds of homicidal zombies, grim reapers and chain saw-wielding maniacs are gearing up for a very busy weekend. Utah's haunted houses expect packed houses this Halloween, but how much work, planning and thought actually goes into scaring Utahns?
Heather Christensen died in a bus crash Saturday night as the American Fork High School marching band was returning from a competition at Idaho State University in Pocatello. Tuesday night's program was filled with moments of emotion.
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