Mar 25, 2019 10:00 pm MDTFormer Utah TV personality Casey Scott invites podcast listeners along on his addiction-recovery journey Casey Scott is known for being both fun and funny, but there was nothing humorous about the DUI and car accident that hurt others and left him handcuffed to a hospital bed. Now he's working on sobriety — and a podcast to help other addicts.
Lois M. Collins
Lois M. Collins is a reporter and columnist for the Deseret News. While she writes primarily on family issues for the national and news sections, she also writes a biweekly column and her work appears often in the feature section. Collins spent most of her childhood in Idaho Falls and graduated a long time ago from the University of Utah with a degree in communications. She's won numerous national, regional and local writing awards, but is most proud of the fact she once stepped out of a perfectly good airplane in midair for a story. She and her husband, Beaux, have two nearly grown daughters and live in Salt Lake City. She uses her middle initial because there are a LOT of Lois Collinses out there.
Mar 20, 2019 8:00 am MDTLois Collins: The kids will bear the real brunt of the college admissions scandal Wealthy parents who may have lied, cheated and bribed to secure advantage for their children in college admissions scandal have buried their kids' futures in an incalculable avalanche of shame and lost opportunity.
Mar 19, 2019 10:16 pm MDTWhy cohabiting relationships are more wobbly than marriage worldwide and what it means for kids A survey of adults with children in 11 countries compares their views of how stable and how important their relationships are, comparing married couples to cohabiting couples. It raises the question: What helps kids to thrive?
Mar 14, 2019 10:00 pm MDTWhat people with Down syndrome can teach us about living in the moment When Adam and Stephanie Benton first held son MIlo, they had no idea he had Down syndrome. Learning what he needs will present some challenges, but loving him's as easy as anything they've ever done, his mom says.
Mar 7, 2019 10:00 pm MSTInternational Women's Day: Is it really a day for all women? At a moment in American history that includes deep ideological divisions, some wonder if people of different backgrounds and ideas, or on opposite sides of a political gulf can all embrace International Women's Day.
Mar 6, 2019 9:00 am MSTLois Collins: How do you heal after a domestic violence murder? Juli Stimus was murdered by her estranged husband in Brevard County, Florida. In the years since, her little sister Dee Fournier has struggled to make sense of it and build something positive in the aftermath. She thinks she's finally figured it out.
Feb 27, 2019 10:14 am MSTDoes it matter where a baby is born? New report rates states on how well they help babies thrive Zero to Three just released its first deep dive into what kind of start America's babies are given and the effect if they don't get to thrive. One finding: Where a baby is born has great impact on how well that child will do.