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The anti-technologist: Apps are guilty until proven innocent

01/29/2013 6:47am
I hold most apps for my phone in contempt. Why? Because the words, "This app has made me a happier person," has never been uttered. By anyone.

17-year-old author looks to honor sister if published

01/29/2013 9:43am
Boredom on a drive to California two years ago led to a 23-chapter novel a South Jordan teen hopes will ultimately make a difference in the lives of his sister and others who suffer from sickle cell anemia.

Poll: 3 in 10 say Deity decides outcome of sports

01/29/2013 11:15am
A new poll shows three-in-10 Americans believe divine intervention plays a role in the outcome of sporting events. Even more think athletes who exercise faith in God are rewarded with good health and success.

Photo of Utah woman searching for birth parents goes viral

01/29/2013 11:29am
A picture posted to Facebook of a Utah woman searching for her biological parents has lead to people worldwide spreading word of the search and offering to help in any way they can.

DARPA wants to put lasers on military jets

01/29/2013 12:37pm
Lasers are awesome. There's no doubt about it. Perhaps that's why the Reagan-era Star Wars program spent so much time trying to put them on anything and everything.

8 ways to spot a really great dad

01/29/2013 4:25pm
It's tough being a dad and there's no doubt about it. Kids don't stop growing, never stop causing mischief, and generally present one of the greatest challeneges a person will ever face. Sometimes, though, despite the difficulty, a father just seems to rise above and show how great a dad can be when they are at their best.

5 easy ways for moms to keep their sanity

01/29/2013 7:30pm
Ah, motherhood. There's really nothing quite like experiencing the joys of watching your child grow, learn and discover the world around them. It's a beautiful, magical, one-of-a-kind job — most of the time, that is.

5 foods most likely to make you sick

01/29/2013 7:40pm
The type of food that leads to the most deaths from foodborne illnesses is not the type most likely to get you sick, according to a newly released report from the Centers for Disease Control.

5 ways the St. George marathon is better as a kid than an adult

01/29/2013 8:33pm
When I was a kid, I spent all my time wishing I were an adult. Now that I'm all grown up, I kind of wish I was a kid — especially when I need some motivation in running.

5 ways the St. George marathon is better as a kid than an adult

01/29/2013 8:33pm
When I was a kid, I spent all my time wishing I were an adult. Now that I'm all grown up, I kind of wish I was a kid — especially when I need some motivation in running.