• 6 creative date ideas for Valentine's Day

    Megan Marsden Christensen, KSL.com | Updated: Wed, Feb 10, 2016

    For those lacking creativity, here are a few ideas for undoubtedly fun dates.

  • Hundreds of new galaxies discovered using radio waves

    Devon Dewey, KSL.com | Updated: Wed, Feb 10, 2016

    Scientists have discovered hundreds of new galaxies using radio waves.

  • Fitbit helps man discover wife's pregnancy

    Megan Marsden Christensen, KSL.com | Updated: Thu, Feb 11, 2016

    We already know that Fitbit can track one’s physical activity, but recently, it also served as an obscure pregnancy test.

  • Have You Seen This? Dad catches son’s reaction to first monster truck rally

    Angie Treasure, KSL.com | Updated: Mon, Feb 8, 2016

    While most candid childhood moments are lost in the ethos of our young lives, one dad was sure to have his camera at the ready as his son experienced his first ever monster truck rally.

  • Boy with leukemia proposes to his favorite nurse, ‘tall Sarah’

    Natalie Crofts, KSL.com | Updated: Tue, Feb 9, 2016

    When 5-year-old Gideon Robinson heard that his favorite nurse was unmarried, he volunteered to fill the role of husband himself.

  • What ‘Netflix and chill’ says about your relationship

    Herb Scribner, FamilyShare | Updated: Mon, Feb 8, 2016

    Research says that Netflix has a huge impact on your relationship and marriage, but you'll still probably use it anyway.

  • Facebook dad warns parents of hair tourniquets for babies

    Megan Marsden Christensen, KSL.com | Updated: Thu, Feb 4, 2016

    A Wichita, Kansas, father recently took to social media to warn parents of hair tourniquets, and a picture he posted of his daughter has gone viral.

  • Trump nails it in New Hampshire; Kasich snags second

    BY JILL COLVIN and STEVE PEOPLES, Associated Press | Published: Tue, Feb 9, 2016

    NASHUA, N.H. (AP) — Donald Trump nailed down a decisive first victory in New Hampshire presidential primary Tuesday, proving his unorthodox campaign can translate the large crowds at his rambunctious rallies into the votes that determine delegates. Ohio Gov. John Kasich, an afterthought in Iowa, popped up in second. "Wow, wow, wow, wow," Trump declared, savoring his victory at a campaign rally before promising swift action as president on the economy, trade, health care and more. "We are going to do something so good and so fast and so strong and the world is going to respect us again." New Hampshire showed voter anger is for real, but it seemed unlikely to give much clarity to the search for a strong

  • Exit polls: New Hampshire Democrats trust Sanders

    BY EMILY SWANSON and TAMMY WEBBER, Associated Press | Published: Tue, Feb 9, 2016

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders won the New Hampshire Democratic primary after convincing voters he is more honest and trustworthy than Hillary Clinton, pointing to a potential liability for the former secretary of state as the race for president moves to Nevada and South Carolina, according to exit poll results. Sanders also won big among young voters, including young women, according to the polls conducted by Edison Research for The Associated Press and television networks. Billionaire businessman Donald Trump, meanwhile, was propelled to victory in the state's Republican primary by voters who wanted an outsider and someone who "tells it like it is.

  • What to watch on the day after New Hampshire

    BY NANCY BENAC, Associated Press | Published: Tue, Feb 9, 2016

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Time to trade in those boots and head south and west. After Sen. Bernie Sanders and businessman Donald Trump cruised to victory in snowy New Hampshire, the presidential race sprints on to South Carolina and Nevada — perhaps with a smaller cast of characters. A guide to what to watch for on Wednesday, the day after New Hampshire's first-in-the-nation primary: DEPARTURE LOUNGE: Iowa turned out to be the end of the line for four candidates: Republican Mike Huckabee and Democrat Martin O'Malley had dropped out by midnight on caucus night, and Rand Paul and Rick Santorum weren't far behind. Additional Republican candidates could well head for the exits after New Hampshire.

  • Trump, Sanders prevail in NH

    BY KATHLEEN RONAYNE and JULIE PACE, Associated Press | Updated: Tue, Feb 9, 2016

    MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders win New Hampshire's presidential primaries, taking the top spot after second-place finishes in the Iowa caucuses.

  • Have You Seen This? 360-degree ski views with swinging iPhone

    Martha Ostergar, KSL.com | Updated: Sat, Feb 6, 2016

    A professional Swiss skier swings his iPhone around his head while he skis, creating one-of-a-kind and stunning 360-degree action shots.

  • Have You Seen This? Delicious cake version of Super Mario Bros.

    Martha Ostergar, KSL.com | Updated: Sat, Jan 30, 2016

    What’s sweeter than a Super Mario Bros. tribute? A Super Mario Bros. stop motion cake tribute, of course.

  • Have You Seen This? Toddler is adorable snowboarder

    Martha Ostergar, KSL.com | Updated: Sun, Jan 31, 2016

    She’s one year old, she’s got the chubbiest cheeks you might ever see, and she shreds the slopes on a snowboard… sort of.

  • Clinton wins Democratic caucuses in Iowa; Cruz, Rubio eye NH momentum

    JOSH LEDERMAN, Associated Press KATHLEEN RONAYNE, Associated Press | Updated: Tue, Feb 2, 2016

    UPDATE DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - Hillary Clinton wins the Democratic caucuses in Iowa, beating back a strong challenge from Bernie Sanders to claim the first victory in the 2016 race for president. PREVIOUSLY REPORTED MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — A victorious Ted Cruz and buoyant Marco Rubio emerged from Iowa with compelling claims to the outsider and mainstream mantles in the fractured Republican primary, as the presidential race shifted overnight to New Hampshire. Democrats were girding for a protracted slugfest between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton, locked in a virtual tie. Cruz emerged with a comfortable lead Monday night to win the country's leadoff vote in what had been a close race until the end.

  • 4 ways TV has changed in the past 90 years

    Sean Stoker, KSL.com | Updated: Tue, Jan 26, 2016

    90 years ago Tuesday, inventor John Baird presented the first mechanical television to the Royal Institution. Here's a look at how television has changed since then.

  • Have You Seen This? Toddler with Down syndrome adorably recites ABCs

    Angie Treasure, KSL.com | Updated: Thu, Jan 28, 2016

    An Alabama 2-year-old has gone viral after reciting his ABCs for his mom — and her camera — and it’s likely the most heartwarming thing you’ll see today.

  • Trump and Cruz battle for victory in Iowa's leadoff caucuses

    BY STEVE PEOPLES and JILL COLVIN, Associated Press | Published: Mon, Feb 1, 2016

    DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — A new phase in the fight for the Republican Party's soul begins Monday night as Iowa voters decide whether they prefer Donald Trump's aggressive populist politics or Ted Cruz's fiery conservativism in the GOP's opening presidential primary contest of 2016. While only a first step, Iowa's decision will play prominently in shaping the Republican election. As Trump and Cruz eye first place, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio is working to emerge as the clear favorite in his party's mainstream wing, which fears both Cruz and Trump would be a disaster in a general election matchup against the Democratic nominee.

  • Sundance film explores changing warfare through the eyes of murdered journalist

    Chandra Johnson, Deseret News | Updated: Sun, Jan 31, 2016

    War journalist James Foley's death at the hands of ISIS shocked the world in 2014, but it wasn't just an example of ISIS' barbaric methods. It illustrated how war — and journalism — have changed.

  • New Barbie dolls include tall, petite and curvy — but do parents approve?

    Herb Scribner, FamilyShare | Updated: Thu, Jan 28, 2016

    OK, so Mattel just came out with these new Barbie dolls with different body types. But is that something parents approve of?




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