I grew up on a sheep ranch in Northern Utah in a town called Brigham City. This is where my dad taught me the importance of working hard and to always give it my all. He would tell me, "Charlee, if you're going to do it, do it right the first time." I always try my hardest to live by that little piece of advice.
After high school, I moved to Provo, Utah, to attend Brigham Young University. I met some amazing people there and was given opportunities and experiences I will cherish forever. I graduated with my Bachelor's Degree in Broadcast Journalism in Spring of 2018. After college, the opportunity came to work at KMOT in Minot, so my husband and I packed up and moved! Being in North Dakota is completely different from anything I ever experienced in Utah, but I love it! The people I have met are sincerely nice and I am excited to meet so many more of you. I am grateful for the opportunity to serve this community.
New York is one of only three states across the U.S. that bans paid surrogacy outright. That may soon change.
"The implications of this are huge for the city, the state and the country," says a Brooklyn doctor whose practice is at the epicenter of the outbreak.
The Sumatran tiger named Sanjiv attacked the longtime trainer Saturday in Topeka as visitors watched.
Colleagues of Dieter Kowalski, 40, were urged to "remember his love of life and his love of solving people’s problems."
The baby and the suspect's 5-year-old daughter, who was discovered at a different location after the incident, were taken into protective custody.