Few things are as important to a child's future as ability to read, according to a KIDS COUNT policy report released Monday by The Annie E. Casey Foundation.
SALT LAKE COUNTY, Utah – About 600 children who wouldn't have had the chance to go to preschool are now enrolled as a result of a new initiative in Salt Lake County. Click here for video.
There should be greater focus and more funding for high-quality education during the critical first eight years of a child's life, according to Terry Haven with Voices for Utah Children.
The Affordable Care Act is designed to provide all Americans with a path to health insurance. Starting in January, nearly 60,000 Utah residents can get tax credits to help them afford this insurance.
A collection of advocacy groups whose top issues aren't necessarily health care joined forces Friday to urge Gov. Gary Herbert to expand Medicaid in Utah.
Let's face it. For too many families, applying for Utah's Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) or Medicaid programs means navigating a complicated, unnecessary bureaucracy where the process trumps the person.
SALT LAKE CITY — The federally run online insurance exchange used by Utah experienced more glitches on Wednesday, the second day the website has been open to consumers.