Tamara Vaifanua

Free financial workshop teaches how to budget, invest

When dealing with your finances, you hear a lot about budgeting, investing, and credit scores. It can all be overwhelming.
2 days ago

Family, friends celebrate Kearns man’s 100th birthday

A Kearns man celebrated his 100th birthday.
3 days ago

Utah high school basketball player reaches career milestone of 1,000 rebounds

A Utah high school basketball player grabbed a huge career milestone – 1,000 rebounds in a single season; and she’s not stopping there.
3 days ago

Utah teen qualifies as finalist for the ‘Military Child of the Year Award’

A Utah teenager is one of 35 finalists for a national prestigious award.
8 days ago

Utah family opens school for teens in Mexico

A Utah family who volunteered at orphanages in Mexico has moved there permanently to open a school of their own.
9 days ago

Family of cancer patient asking others to give blood

A family of 3-year-old who is battling cancer is asking people to donate blood.
15 days ago

A family tradition: Ridgeline High School student has 13 years of perfect attendance

A Utah dad praised his daughter for keeping a two-generation tradition alive.
16 days ago

New Red Cross app can help you and your family in an emergency

Need help with common first aid emergencies? There’s an app for that.
20 days ago

Volunteers needed for Usana Kids Eat Program

Volunteers are needed to help feed Utah students as a part of Usana’s Kids Eat program.
21 days ago

Utahn makes Guinness World Record as oldest female water-skier

A 92-year-old woman from Utah is making waves. Dwan Young is the world’s oldest female water-skier.
22 days ago

Utah company provides thousands of white shirts for missionaries in Zimbabwe

Missionaries for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Zimbabwe got a special delivery from a Utah company.
23 days ago

Viewmont High School honoring ‘Stat Man’ for decades of services

Viewmont High School will honor a sports icon on Friday -- not for his performance on the field but for the work he does behind the scenes.
27 days ago

2024 Social Security benefits have changed: Read how

Retirees who rely on Social Security benefits for income may have noticed some changes this month.
28 days ago

Sundance film, ‘Lea Tupu’anga Mother Tongue,’ highlights Tongan culture and language

Utah’s Tongan community is embracing a film featured at this year’s Sundance Film Festival.
1 month ago

Volunteers needed in Salt Lake to help annual homelessness count

State leaders are in need of volunteer help to execute the annual Point in Time Count, where volunteers will be sent out to help and count those experiencing unsheltered homelessness.
1 month ago

Voyaging in Film: Sundance 2024 celebrates Tongan short film ‘Lea Tupu’anga’

The Sundance Film Festival will showcase a Tongan short film this year and include a special event called "Voyaging in Film" to celebrate Pacific Islander culture and their role in the film industry.
1 month ago

Free SAFE2FEEL conference teaches coping, confidence-building skills

Mental health experts say there’s an epidemic of loneliness. 
1 month ago

Maui Strong Fund raises over $165M, aims to rebuild affordable housing for island families

The Maui Strong Fundraiser drew more funds for the nonprofit that put the fund together than any other in its history. To finish the job and make Lahaina livable going forward, the fund needs more donations to ensure families can stay on the island.
2 months ago

Banyan tree showing signs of life following the Maui wildfires

Badly burned from the August wildfires on Maui, Lahaina’s historic banyan tree is showing signs of life. 
2 months ago

Sales of electric vehicles have slowed over several issues

CNBC reports electric vehicles are piling up at dealership lots. Insiders say high pricing, concerns over charging, and restrictions on subsidies are factors. 
2 months ago

Red flags to watch for during a job interview

When looking for a job, there are red flags you should look out for during the interview process.
2 months ago

Utahns building homes for communities in need during holiday break

This year, Building Hope Abroad will travel to Agua Prieta, Mexico, after Christmas, building homes for communities in need.
2 months ago

Utah hospital helping students heal from mental health issues while staying on top of schoolwork

When a child is going through a mental health crisis, their education can take a back seat.
2 months ago