This week, Christmas came early for the students at Washington Elementary in Salt Lake City. Some of the children who attend the school live at The Road Home, the local homeless shelter.
Geoff Liesik | posted Dec 18th - 8:50pm
A Carbon County sheriff's deputy is being called a hero after he pulled a Price man and his 5-year-old son out of a car that had filled up with carbon monoxide, rendering the father and son unconscious.
Megan Marsden Christensen | posted Dec 18th - 7:16pm
A group of auto mechanics is making great strides to provide a large Christmas present for a family in need.
Mariel Reimann | posted Dec 18th - 12:17pm
Six girls from the Girls Group Home experienced a day in a spa and a "touch of New York" on Wednesday. The Girls Group Home was created by Salt Lake County Youth Services to provide shelter for youth ages 11 to 17.
Megan Marsden Christensen | posted Dec 18th - 10:04am
When Teylor Mauss and her family started making Christmas caramels for their neighbors, they didn't foresee making 3,000 chewy treats.
Sam Penrod | posted Dec 17th - 9:02pm
Love and kindness continues to flood the mailbox of a 6-year-old girl with a terminal brain disease. And the cards for Addie Fausett aren't slowing down.
Michael McCarlie, KSL.com Contributor | posted Dec 17th - 10:00am
Sometimes we need reminders that there's a lot of good out there. We just need to look for it.
Mike Anderson | posted Dec 16th - 8:12pm
Without a coat, it's near impossible to go outside in the winter chill, especially for kids. Firefighters made children at Dee Elementary School a little warmer this year by giving them a special gift — a jacket.
Whitney Evans | posted Dec 16th - 7:01pm
Intermountain Medical Center completed a rare live adult-to-adult liver donation in November.
William J. Kole, Associated Press | posted Dec 16th - 11:02am
Not even J.R.R. Tolkien could dream up rings as precious as these.
Devon Dolan | posted Dec 15th - 11:46pm
An automated external defibrillator (AED) helped a Southern Utah police officer save two lives within two weeks. Now one of those cardiac arrest victims has organized a campaign to put an AED in every police cruiser.
Jed Boal | posted Dec 15th - 10:47pm
Two nonprofit advocacy groups are raising funds online to build H.O.P.E. Lockers: a day-use, secure, portable trailer of lockers the homeless could use on a first come, first served basis. The ability to store possessions is critical for job hunting, they say.
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