World of Animals: What's It Called? is an educational app for kids to learn about animals.
President Obama has appointed former Utah Senator Ross Romero to serve on the 'Presidential Scholars Commission.'
Governor Gary Herbert says Utah is in great shape. Its economy is booming, unemployment is down, and the future is brighter than ever. But there's always work to be done, and things to improve. Gov. Herbert's Deputy Chief of Staff, Mike Mower, discusses what we can do.
Magic shows are always entertaining, but for a new program in Salt Lake City, there's a message behind it. "A Touch of Magic" from the Golden Rule Project is out to fight bullying in school, to help student realize that being a bully is not ok.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of South Valley want o make sure you and your family know how to manage your money, and are holding a family finance fair to do just that.
The Jordan School Districts buses are going green! This year, the school district is adding seven new compressed natural gas (CNG) buses to its fleet.
He's been a Utah teacher for 35 years. More than 10 thousand students. Works passionately with refugees who have come to our state. Now Don Ward is getting some much deserved recognition.
Should high school students be required to pass a U.S. Citizenship test in order to graduate? That's the question in the latest poll from UtahPolicy.com.
The Utah Office of Education has released a report card for all of the public schools in Utah. The reports grade each school on its effectiveness.
Brighton High School received a threat on social media over the weekend, causing school officials to get extra security for Monday.