The Qatari government paid for Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes’ trip to watch the World Cup

England’s John Stones vies for the ball with American Christian Pulisic, right, during a soccer World Cup match in Al Khor, Qatar, on November 25. Middle Eastern country to watch the game. (Luca Bruno, The Associated Press) Estimated reading time: 4-5 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes spent Thanksgiving weekend in … Read more

Used car loan payments have reached a major level

Buying a used car is still so expensive Suppliers The bottlenecks eased, pushing the average loan amount to $28,506. Consumers still rely heavily on financing to purchase their vehicles and the average loan amount rose 8.59% year-over-year, according to credit score company Experian. However, there are some flashes of light. “Since the beginning of the … Read more

Uta’s dad wrote a book inspired by a son with a rare genetic disorder

Cameron and Hannah Bell, with their son Samuel, who has a rare genetic disorder called Trisomy 9p. Cameron says he was inspired to write a book that describes the perspective of someone who, like Samuel, suffers from a life-altering genetic disorder. (Photo by Megan Stallings) Estimated reading time: 4-5 minutes DRAPER – When Cameron Bell … Read more

The secrets behind some of your favorite classic Christmas movies

Dan Aykroyd and Eddie Murphy on 1983’s “Trading Places”, which features music from “The Marriage of Figaro”. (Moviestore/Shutterstock) Estimated reading time: 6-7 minutes ATLANTA – Watching Christmas movies is a whole tradition in itself. Every family has its mainstays, whether it’s a cartoon classic from the past or a more modern take on holiday cheer. … Read more

The donation will help more Utah families diagnose infants and children with genetic diseases

Luca Brunelli and Sabrina Malone Jenkins take care of an infant in the neonatal intensive care unit. A gift from the Mark and Cathy Miller Pediatric Genomics Fund will allow NeoSeq researchers to test more NICU babies for genetic disorders, says Dr. Sabrina Mallon-Jenkins, NeoSeq’s principal investigator. (Charlie Eilert) Estimated reading time: 4-5 minutes Salt … Read more

Should you downsize to save money? | personal financing

“Inflation has been much more stable than people first thought,” says Connor Spiro, chief financial advisor at John Hancock. “I think as we continue to go into 2022 and into 2023, you may see that it will continue for much longer than originally thought.” Typical budget tips focus on cutting back on everyday discretionary expenses … Read more

The Utah Wildlife Agency is proposing changes to elk hunting as its popularity grows

The Utah Department of Wildlife Resources unveiled a potential new elk management plan Tuesday, which will go through a public process before it takes effect in 2023. Estimated reading time: 5-6 minutes SALT LAKE CITY – Utah wildlife officials are proposing a new elk population management plan as their agency’s current plan expires and the … Read more

The family of a child with a rare genetic disorder grateful for primary childhood care

Estimated reading time: 3-4 minutes Salt Lake City – When a child is diagnosed with a life-threatening illness or brings with it uncertainty about how long a child will survive, Children’s Primary Hospital creates a hospice team–a group of professionals to take care of every aspect of it. The life of the child and his … Read more

The library helps children prepare for winter by providing coats, shoes and books

Victor Lopez, left, and his mother Hilda sort coats through a process and toss inside the Salt Lake County Library in South Salt Lake on Saturday. The family said they were “extremely grateful.” (Ben B Brown, Desert News) Estimated reading time: 2-3 minutes SOUTH SALT LAKE — Hundreds of children and their parents lined up … Read more

A study has found that the use of government nutritional benefits may slow cognitive aging in eligible older adults

A new study shows that nutritional benefits can be an effective way to slow age-related cognitive decline. (Alex Segre, Cosmopolitan) Estimated reading time: 4-5 minutes A new study has revealed that nutritional benefits could be an effective way to slow age-related cognitive decline. The study was published Wednesday in the journal Neurologyfound that eligible seniors … Read more