A Utah mom with an online business was shocked to learn her image, name and address were on a porn revenge site.
Nicole Carpenter, KSL.com Contributor | posted Mar 12th - 9:02pm
For over a decade, studies have shown just how crucial friendships are to our actual health and well-being. But keeping close friends is not often easy. This MOMentity column offers advice on how we can keep these female relationships a priority.
Irinna Danielson | posted Mar 12th - 8:21pm
The Keller Family celebrates every hug, every kiss and every smile from their 4-year-old, because they know what it's like to almost lose her. Doctors at Primary Children's Hospital performed life-saving surgery when a virus attacked her heart.
Bill Gephardt | posted Mar 12th - 11:23am
A new study finds couples are growing more comfortable sharing passwords to their online accounts with each other — everything from Netflix to Facebook and email. Some experts say that level of sharing actually can help a relationship.
Tracie Snowder | posted Mar 11th - 8:46pm
The woman known around the Internet as "Hot Facebook Mom" who stirred up outrage for her first "What's Your Excuse?" motivational poster talks to KSL.com about her latest campaign and why she thinks it's beautiful.
Robynn Garfield | posted Mar 11th - 7:35pm
A new movement created by prominent businesswomen aims to change the way we use the word "bossy."
Jed Boal | posted Mar 11th - 7:12pm
When Melinda Kunz first found out her husband had been hit by a car, she said she braced herself for a trip to the hospital, but never imagined he had been killed. A short time later, she discovered he'd been killed by a drunk driver.
Associated Press | posted Mar 11th - 4:35pm
Woman who was left in a fast-food restaurant bathroom as an infant is looking for her mother.
Dana Sand, Special to CNN | posted Mar 11th - 10:35am
Alanna Gerwitz-Stern hadn't worked out a day in her life. She never watched what she ate, either. But after having her first son, Jacob, in December 2009, she couldn't seem to shake the baby weight.
Mary Richards | posted Mar 11th - 9:41am
No parent can imagine hearing that their baby has cancer. But for one girl from Sandy, the condition that made her more likely to have cancer is also giving her a greater chance of surviving.
The Associated Press | posted Mar 10th - 12:44pm
The Utah Senate has approved a change in the state's abortion laws so that in cases where the woman's life is at risk she could undergo the procedure without first having to watch a state-mandated video on alternatives and read information about adoption.
Brooke Walker | posted Mar 9th - 10:46pm
The fighting spirit of a 4-year-old boy with cancer has inspired his mother to stay positive during the family's time of trial.
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