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Two-year-old Nguyen My is carried wide-eyed into the operating room before undergoing anesthesia.
A group of 18 Utah County students visit a school for the blind in India.
Four years ago Srey Nim was stuck in a life that few would envy and she herself did not want. She spent her days on the streets of Phnom Penh, Cambodia, selling flowers and water to tourists. It was hard work, ...

HO CHI MINH CITY, VIETNAM -- John Russack stares at his lunch. His lunch stares back.

On his plate is a whole fish: scales, fins, eyes and all. In his former life in the United States, Russack wouldn't have


TACOMA, WASH. — It has been almost two years since the children of Josh and Susan Powell have seen their mom. From the boys' perspective, it has been a confusing and anxious time.

Last week in Was


PUYALLUP, Wash. — Chuck Cox believes a conclusion to the mystery surrounding his daughter's disappearance is coming, including an arrest and the discovery of his daughter.

"I think it's coming close, i

By Sarah Dallof

CENTERVILLE — A wildfire burning in the foothills east of 700 East and Parrish Lane on Thursday night consumed about 20 acres, though no homes were threatened, officials said.

"The closest homes are pr


KEARNS — A struggling baseball field in Kearns has a fresh makeover thanks to the help of a Boy Scout.

On June 5 someone deliberately started a fire in a garbage can behind the snack shack.  All t


SALT LAKE CITY — After two years of fundraising, school officials at the Jean Massieu School for the Deaf and Blind will unveil a brand new playground on Monday.

"We had kids who brought in their piggy