Too busy this weekend to catch up on the news? Here's a little Monday morning help to get you caught up with what you may have missed.

Scared in School: The growing problem of bullying in schools

The first of our two-part series on bullying in schools came out Sunday.

The National Education Association reports that six of 10 American teenagers witness bullying in school every day. An estimated 160,000 students stay home each day out of fear of being bullied. About 71 percent of students report bullying as an ongoing problem.

Utah students are not immune.

 GOP delegates keep system as is; Love announces candidacy

Utah Republicans voted to keep their current nomination system as is at their state convention on Saturday. Read more ...

Cities celebrate grand opening of Murdock Canal Trail

Seven celebrations were thrown in seven cities to celebrate the grand opening of the Murdock Canal Trail on Saturday. The day began in Orem with speeches from local dignitaries and a ribbon cutting. People were then invited to bike, walk or run along the trail to the next city, Lindon, followed by Pleasant Grove, Cedar Hills, American Fork, Highland and Lehi to celebrate the trail's opening in each city. Read more ...

Children race through first Hey Kid Run event

Despite a wet course and threatening skies, more than 60 children participated in the first Hey Kid Run event at the Spanish Fork Sports Complex on Saturday. Read more ...

Timpview's Baxter breaks 4A state record, Orem girls take second overall

The spiked running shoes of Timpview senior Lauren Baxter churned through the soft blue rubber of the BYU track in a rhythmic cadence as she sped, all alone, down the final few steps toward the finish line. Read more ...

Mountain View relies on special singles-player group to win 1st state tennis title

It turns out there is a formula to disrupt Timpview's tennis excellence.

Mix in one part bold youth and two parts foreign exchange. Read more ...