Are you helping your child with his homework too much or too little?
One-quarter of parents across the world spend seven or more hours helping their children with homework each week, even though parental help doesn't always improve test scores. How can you tell if you're helping your children too much or too little?
This year, SXSW featured religion sessions. Here's what happened
For the first time this year, the annual celebration of musical and technological innovation featured a series of faith-based sessions.
Why it's so important for your child to be bored
Kids get bored. How parents react can make a big difference in the lives of their children. Experts say unstructured time teaches kids to solve problems and to be comfortable with their own company — skills that will follow them into adulthood.
Intermountain Healthcare employees brace for more job cuts as Utah's largest employer readies to 'adapt or die'
Weeks after 2,300 Intermountain Healthcare billing employees learned that their jobs will be outsourced to a for-profit company with a checkered past, other nonclinical employees have been told that their departments will soon be reorganized.
Beyond the march: Utah students empowered to bring change
Forty teenagers representing 10 high schools from Davis, Salt Lake and Utah counties came together Monday with a question to answer: How do you create lasting change and prevent school violence, even after media attention of the Parkland, Florida?