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.
An Illinois grandmother rarely missed any of her grandson's baseball games. But when she received a terminal cancer diagnosis that would keep her from attending his first college game, her grandson brought the game to her.
Caitlin Burchill, KSL TV | Posted
Apr 14th - 9:42am
Many runners from across the world are getting mentally prepared for the Boston Marathon Monday. A Provo woman who was adamant about qualifying for this year’s race, after a long few years for her and her family, will be at the starting line.
A Utah Transit Authority employee is being hailed a hero after noticing a young child moving along railroad tracks on a dark night in January. FrontRunner operator Francis Rendon was recognized by the agency on Wednesday.
Primary Children's Hospital put on a celebration in recognition of 20 successful pediatric liver transplants completed by surgeons there in 2017, which is record-breaking for the facility. That number also ranks ninth in the country.