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Unaffordable Utah: Summer child care may be more expensive, harder to find this year

Unaffordable Utah: Summer child care may be more expensive, harder to find this year

Ladd Egan and Cindy St. Clair, KSL TV  |  Posted Feb 24th - 10:00am

Despite snow on the ground, many Utah families have turned their thoughts to summer — specifically, where their kids will be this summer while they work.
Nearly $100 million in tax cuts slated for Utah veterans, seniors, families

Nearly $100 million in tax cuts slated for Utah veterans, seniors, families

Katie McKellar, Deseret News  |  Posted Feb 22nd - 10:22pm

Saying they want to return money to those who "need it the most," Utah legislative leaders announced Monday a nearly $100 million package of tax relief bills.
Pre-K teacher in Missouri donates kidney to 5-year-old student

Pre-K teacher in Missouri donates kidney to 5-year-old student

Jessica Ivins, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted Feb 22nd - 8:29pm

It's a well-established fact that teachers are everyday heroes for all they do for the students in their classrooms. But one prekindergarten teacher went above and beyond when she gave her 5-year-old student the gift of a lifetime: her kidney.
'This is really, truly remarkable': Primary Children's Hospital reports historically low RSV, flu cases

'This is really, truly remarkable': Primary Children's Hospital reports historically low RSV, flu cases

Carter Williams, KSL.com  |  Posted Feb 22nd - 6:22pm

Pediatric physicians are seeing record low cases of flu and RSV, but that good news may come with a caveat.
Making biological fathers financially responsible for pregnancy gets legislative approval

Making biological fathers financially responsible for pregnancy gets legislative approval

Hannah Petersen, Deseret News  |  Posted Feb 22nd - 3:34pm

If paternity can be verified, biological fathers may be on the hook if the biological mother seeks payment for the medical costs associated with pregnancy and delivery of the child.
 Arianne Brown: How I traded the potential misery of a Utah snowstorm for happiness with my kids

Arianne Brown: How I traded the potential misery of a Utah snowstorm for happiness with my kids

Arianne Brown, KSL.com contributor  |  Posted Feb 19th - 7:47pm

Snow can be a daunting thing for parents for many reasons. With the recent snowfall, I found myself torn between potential misery and happiness. But when I let happiness win, we were left with memories to last a lifetime.
Utah lawmakers OK gun safety program with replica firearms in high schools

Utah lawmakers OK gun safety program with replica firearms in high schools

Ashley Imlay, Deseret News  |  Posted Feb 17th - 6:18am

A Utah lawmaker's proposal to offer teens a firearm safety course at school received early support from a House committee.
Herriman mom says early detection of daughter's heart problem saved her life

Herriman mom says early detection of daughter's heart problem saved her life

Heather Simonsen, KSL TV  |  Posted Feb 16th - 10:29pm

February is about more than Valentine's Day for many Utah families. It's also about awareness of a common and potentially deadly birth defect. Doctors have important advice for all parents expecting a baby.
No sugar for a whole year? 9-year-old Utah girl earns a sweet reward

No sugar for a whole year? 9-year-old Utah girl earns a sweet reward

Amy Donaldson, Deseret News  |  Posted Feb 15th - 11:25am

While there isn't anything unique about an 8-year-old yearning for a puppy, the extremes to which Jenna Bates was willing to go definitely make her unique.
 Arianne Brown: The day my escaped toddler was brought home by police officers

Arianne Brown: The day my escaped toddler was brought home by police officers

Arianne Brown, KSL.com contributor  |  Posted Feb 12th - 7:42pm

Have you ever had something happen that completely took the wind out of your parenting sails? I did the day I heard a knock on the door and found it was my worst nightmare: a police officer asking me if I was missing a child.
A toddler is about to release an album recorded in the womb

A toddler is about to release an album recorded in the womb

Francesca Giuliani-hoffman, CNN  |  Posted Feb 10th - 7:34pm

So many talented musicians got their start as children: from Mozart to Michael Jackson, to Justin Bieber and Taylor Swift. Fifteen-month-old Luca Yupanqui has them all beat: she recorded her first album before being born.
Meditating cat helps children cope with abuse, trauma

Meditating cat helps children cope with abuse, trauma

Jessica Ivins, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted Feb 9th - 8:42pm

A unique trauma counselor is helping children in Pittsburgh find healing through a special form of meditation, and the consensus is in: she's the cat's meow.
Paris Hilton backs Utah bill to regulate troubled teen centers: 'You can't silence me'

Paris Hilton backs Utah bill to regulate troubled teen centers: 'You can't silence me'

Katie McKellar, Deseret News  |  Updated Feb 8th - 10:31pm

Paris Hilton said she's had the same nightmare for the past 20 years, in which she's "kidnapped in the middle of the night by two strangers, strip searched and locked in a facility."
Salt Lake City School District welcoming more grades to in-person classes

Salt Lake City School District welcoming more grades to in-person classes

Mary Richards, KSL Newsradio  |  Posted Feb 8th - 12:48pm

For the first time in nearly a year, fourth through 12th grade students have the option to head back to in-person learning at most schools.
Should small, in-home child care providers be allowed to watch over more kids?

Should small, in-home child care providers be allowed to watch over more kids?

Ashley Imlay, Deseret News  |  Posted Feb 8th - 9:00am

When Tess Edwards' best friend needed to find a new child care provider when her provider gave birth several years ago, Edwards quickly jumped in to help.
 4th grade competitive rock climber finds balance through online school

4th grade competitive rock climber finds balance through online school

Arianne Brown, KSL.com contributor  |  Posted Feb 7th - 7:11pm

When schools shifted to online learning last spring due to the pandemic, fourth grader Conner Bailey began to thrive. As a competitive rock climber who also had a learning disability, Conner was struggling. After nearly a year of online school under his belt, Conner has risen the ranks of both academics and the climbing wall.
Plan to give birth control to more people under Medicaid passes legislative hurdle

Plan to give birth control to more people under Medicaid passes legislative hurdle

Ashley Imlay, Deseret News  |  Posted Feb 7th - 10:45am

A Utah lawmaker's second attempt to expand Medicaid birth control and family planning services to more residents passed its first legislative hurdle on Friday.
School allows parents to opt children out of Black History Month activities; director says he's 'deeply' disappointed

School allows parents to opt children out of Black History Month activities; director says he's 'deeply' disappointed

Paul Nelson, KSL Newsradio  |  Posted Feb 6th - 7:09am

A North Ogden charter elementary school is getting a lot of angry phone calls after administrators told parents they can opt their children out of participating in Black History Month events.
Arianne Brown: Student sections at school sporting events bring much needed school spirit

Arianne Brown: Student sections at school sporting events bring much needed school spirit

Arianne Brown, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted Feb 5th - 7:42pm

At a recent high school basketball game supporting my daughter who cheers for her team, I felt something I hadn't felt in a while: school spirit. Now that the student section has been allowed back, I hope it never leaves.