Stacey Lastoe and Forrest Brown, CNN | Posted Nov 25th - 8:36am
If you live in New York City or had hoped to travel there for the annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade on Thursday, you're out of luck. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, there will not be the usual millions lining the Manhattan parade route to watch the giant balloons, festive floats and performers.
Kim Giles, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Nov 23rd - 7:35am
In this edition of LIFEadvice, Coach Kim shares advice regarding the five A's from David Richo's book "Triggers: How We Can Stop Reacting and Start Healing." These are five behavioral elements your loved ones need from you.
When Donna Garrett was growing up in the greater Los Angeles area, it didn't seem strange that her mom worked as an airline pilot. Because her dad had the same profession, captaining an airplane seemed like a normal thing to do.
Nate Eaton, EastIdahoNews | Posted Nov 16th - 8:18pm
A 9-year-old Idaho girl lost her arms and legs after an accident but her family believes Rosalie is still here for a purpose. "I think it's opened our eyes to how much good there is in the world and how wonderful people are," her mother says.
Kim Giles, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Nov 16th - 7:46am
In this edition of LIFEadvice, Coach Kim answer's a reader's question about how to deal with COVID-19 related disagreements in the family by teaching a technique that can be used to solve all types of disagreements.
The coronavirus has provided unique challenges for multi-generational families living under the same roof. A Cedar City family has found ways to keep their grandfather healthy and meet the social and emotional needs of their children.
Lauren M. Johnson and Jeffrey Kopp, CNN | Posted Nov 11th - 8:04pm
Many people have adopted new hobbies to help cope with spending more time at home during the pandemic, but few have taken it to the level of a California family, who built a 400-foot roller coaster in their parents' backyard.
Rebecca Clyde, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Nov 10th - 8:26pm
COVID-19 has left many Utahns looking for inexpensive or donated food to stay nourished during the pandemic. Here are 10 great-tasting ingredients that are inexpensive and last a long time to help make the most of your grocery budget.