The 34th Annual KSL Primary Children's Radiothon starts Thursday afternoon -- and with it, the popular Moose Drop. For a $75 donation, callers can have a stuffed moose delivered to a child in the hospital.
There may be no one better suited to get the airport in Haiti running again than a group of men and women from Hill Air Force Base. They flew to Port-au-Prince on Friday. KSL Newsradio's Mary Richards was with them.
Fifteen men and women from Hill Air Force Base are now on the ground in Haiti. They got to work right away on helping with airport operations. KSL Newsradio's Mary Richards and KSL 5 TV's Alex Cabrero traveled with the squadron to Port-au-Prince.
A Utah man's love of a classic holiday movie has translated into a full-time job. His company, Aunt Clara's Creations, sells the embarrassing pink bunny pajamas given to Ralphie in the movie "A Christmas Story."
The women who say they've cheated with Tiger Woods keep coming forward, creating more heated talk about why people have affairs. Reactions to Tiger's infidelity are all over the map, but it appears those reactions depend on if you're talking to a man or a woman.
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