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JetBlue passengers get discount thanks to crying babies

Kathryn Vasel, CNN  |  Posted  May 4th - 7:18am

Babies crying on an airplane never sounded so good.

Expert: Signs were missed that could have avoided dog-biting incident

Alex Cabrero  |  Posted  May 3rd - 10:22pm

As soon as KSL posted the video with the story about that dog in Bear Lake who bit a child, the comments started pouring in. There's a petition to try and keep the dog from being put down. There are also those who say the dog should be euthanized.

Half of teens think they're addicted to their smartphones

Kelly Wallace, CNN  |  Posted  May 3rd - 7:44pm

I don't have teenagers yet, but watching my 8- and 10-year-olds spend endless amounts of time on iPads during spring break makes me worried about the day — hopefully years from now — when they have their own devices.

Study: Flu vaccine for pregnant women a 'public health priority'

Daphne Chen  |  Posted  May 3rd - 10:01am

Researchers are calling flu shots for pregnant women a "public health priority" after a study found that the vaccine confers a significant protection for newborns in the first six months of their lives.

Former florist's 5 tips for ordering Mother’s Day flowers

Angie H. Treasure  |  Posted  May 3rd - 8:03am

Having spent time working as a florist, I hope to debunk a little bit of mystery surrounding what some people may find a mystifying pursuit: ordering flowers. Here are five tips to help make your flower ordering experience smoother.

AP Exclusive: Migrant children kept from enrolling in school

Garance Burke and Adrian Sainz, Associated Press  |  Posted  May 3rd - 7:28am

Candelario Jimon Alonzo came to the U.S. dreaming of becoming something more than what seemed possible along the rutted roads of his hometown in Guatemala's highlands. This was his chance: He could earn a U.S. high school education and eventually become a teacher.

Family reunited with French bulldog puppy after potential buyer steals it

Ashley Moser  |  Posted  May 2nd - 10:18pm

The Anaya family is rethinking the way they sell online after a potential buyer stole one of their puppies for sale.

Ogden quadruplets now home as family gets welcome boost

Andrew Adams  |  Posted  May 2nd - 10:05pm

The couple experienced the miracle of birth times four when their quadruplets were delivered by cesarean section at McKay-Dee Hospital March 3 at just 28 weeks.

Problem child? It's not your kid, it's you

Anastasia Pollock, Contributor  |  Posted  May 2nd - 7:44pm

Many parents unknowingly contribute to their children's tantrums and behavior problems. Learn how you can fix it.

Dog accused of biting child ordered to be put down or sent to ranch

Tania Mashburn and Viviane Vo-Duc  |  Posted  May 2nd - 7:04pm

A woman is trying to save her dog that she claims was unfairly ordered by a Rich County judge to be put down or sent to a ranch. Her dog, Lilly, was accused of biting a 2-year-old boy.

Alert: Playground concussions are on the rise

Lindsey Tanner, Associated Press  |  Posted  May 2nd - 8:00am

Playground concussions are on the rise, according to a new government study, and monkey bars and swings are most often involved.

Things to know about a gap year, when students take time off

Hope Yen, Associated Press  |  Posted  May 1st - 5:23pm

President Barack Obama's daughter Malia is taking a year off after graduating from high school before attending Harvard University as part of an expanding program for students known as a "gap year."

Families need to know of dying decision to donate organs

Wendy Leonard  |  Posted  May 1st - 10:32am

More than 1.5 million Utahns are registered as organ donors, but that decisions only makes a difference when family and friends know of that dying wish, according to Intermountain Donor Services officials.

Go back to Africa: Mother says teacher made remark to son

Associated Press  |  Posted  Apr 30th - 10:29am

The Beaufort County School District is investigating after a black woman complained that a white teacher told her son he should go back to Africa.

Behind every great kid is a pushy parent

Julie Nelson, Contributor  |  Posted  Apr 29th - 7:30pm

Children give up easily when learning new things and trying new skills. Those who succeed often have parents who don't give up on them. Here are three ways parents can "push" their children to be successful.

Mom pens open letter to parent who made fun of her son's size

Jessica Ivins  |  Posted  Apr 29th - 7:20am

When a mother overheard other parents making fun of her son’s size at a rugby match, she took to social media to defend her child. It didn’t take long for her message to resonate with thousands of friends and strangers alike.

Letting go of everyday fears

Connie Sokol, Contributor  |  Posted  Apr 28th - 7:44pm

Sure, most of us have experienced the big fears, say, of public speaking or snakes. But what about the everyday fears, the ones that silently gnaw at us in our mind and heart? Consider these three ways to live more happily.

Lehi family celebrates 3 generations born on the same day

Robynn Garfield, Contributor  |  Posted  Apr 28th - 12:24pm

A Utah family recently celebrated their daughter's birthday, which she shares with her dad and paternal grandfather.

Study: Spanking contributes to aggression, anti-social behavior

Jessica Ivins  |  Posted  Apr 28th - 8:52am

A new study reveals that spanking your child may have a longer-lasting impact than just a few tears.

Arsenic, rice and your baby's diet

Sandee Lamotte, CNN  |  Posted  Apr 27th - 7:22pm

Ask any mom or dad to name their baby's first food. The likely answer? Rice cereal. What's a common go-to "healthy" snack for toddlers and kiddos? Rice cakes.