Utah families have seen their homes buried under snow time and time again this winter. Keeping the driveway clear has been a difficult job for most, impossible for some. A couple in the Rose Park neighborhood has been looking out for families that can't dig out for themselves.
As many families immigrate to Utah from all over the world, they send their children to school to learn English and other life lessons. Now those parents can get the same education in the same building as their kids.
He's just a 4th grade student now but in the future he may be after Grant Weyman's job. That's because Jackson Drake loves to forecast the weather at his elementary school and does an excellent job at it.
Nearly six years ago a Santaquin woman decided she needed a quilting project to stay busy. Now thousands of quilts later and at the age of 89, Grandma Epperson is still delivering a special gift to one kindergarten class.
At times they've benefitted from KSL's Quarters for Christmas program that delivers shoes and other clothing items to needy families. Now they're raising money so the program can help others in circumstances they know all too well.
Christmas came a little early for Meadowlark Elementary School with a High 5! But this wasn't any ordinary High 5.. this required a little elbow grease on our part.. and some very generous partners. Our friends at Read Today, Deannie Wimmer, DDM, Elements Capital and America First all pitched in for this very COLORFUL and POWERFUL gift of reading!
Being able to just hop in a car and go is something many people take for granted. We were there when a local organization gave one family the gift of transportation, tailor made to fit all their needs.
Some children have no idea what a birthday present even looks like. That's because they've never been given one. One Utah organization is changing that and putting smiles on children's faces at a difficult time.
When so many of her classmates were talking about a shooting on campus, one Union Middle School student decided it was time to change the conversation and focus instead on a much more positive and uplifting message.
It's an expensive sport and many families struggle to foot the bill for their kids to play hockey. One man is making it his mission to make sure money is never the issue when children decide if they want to gear up.