Mary Dalrymple, KSL.com | Posted
May 15th - 5:01pm
From a stranger going out of her way to return a lost wallet to a 10-year-old who was willing to donate to his classmates, there are examples of kindness all around us. Here are a few stories to help brighten your day and make your week.
Many nurses, patients, family members and other staff members had their hands blessed by faith and spiritual leaders in the Huntsman Cancer Institute during the hospital's yearly Blessing of the Hands during National Nurses Week.
Nobody’s golf course experience with ducks may now rival that of Connor Orton, Skyler Tanner and Josh Figgins — three player assistants who found themselves in the middle of some frantic quacking Tuesday afternoon.
Army soldier Brooks Lindsey just barely missed his daughter's birth, but while sitting on the floor of the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport he got the next best thing: A FaceTime call that let him see her first moments.
Patients were at the Intermountain Medical Center on Tuesday to share their stories of recovery in advance of a 25-year anniversary celebration this upcoming weekend honoring the founding of the Intermountain Artificial Heart Program.
John Hollenhorst, KSL TV | Posted
Apr 30th - 8:05pm
What do you do for an encore after you've raised a million dollars and built a hospital serving poor kids in Nepal? For a Utah businessman, the answer is build another one. Ground has been broken for a second hospital built with funds from Utah.
Spring is in the air, which usually helps to lift people’s spirits (or maybe that’s just me.) However, if you are still needing a little boost on this Tuesday, the following stories should do the trick.
A 99-year old WWII vet was honored with an early birthday gift from his family. Richard Stucki, of Cedar City, enjoyed a VIP flight Monday aboard the Madras Maiden — one of only a dozen B-17 aircraft still flying today. He turns 100 in July.