It’s a beautiful day on Mister Rogers’ trail

FILE - This June 28, 1989, file photo, shows Fred Rogers as he rehearses the opening of his PBS show "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" during a taping in Pittsburgh. A new Fred Rogers Trail promoted by VisitPA.com includes museums, memorials and other sites. This year marks the 50th anniversary of "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" and a new documentary called "Won't You Be My Neighbor?" has helped rekindle interest in his legacy. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar, File)

It’s a beautiful day in Mister Rogers’ neighborhood! But if you want to visit, you’ll have to head to Pennsylvania.

Pet-friendly colleges prove positive impact

This 2017 photo provided by Eckerd College shows a student and her pet at a pet graduation ceremony taking place at Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, Fla. Eckerd is not the only campus in the country that allows pets, but they've been doing it the longest _ since the early 1970s. Leaving for college involves some difficult changes, and one of them can be separation from a beloved pet. If it's a high enough priority however you might be able to find a college that will let you bring your pet. (Eckerd College via AP)

Leaving for college involves some difficult changes, and one of them can be separation from a beloved pet.

Honduran woman fights for asylum from Utah church

In this May 18, 2018 photo, Vicky Chavez plays with her daughter Issabella within the walls of the First Unitarian Church, in Salt Lake City. Chavez, a Honduran woman who came to the U.S. four years ago seeking asylum from an abusive boyfriend says she'll continue taking sanctuary in a Salt Lake City Unitarian church where she's been for the past six months with her two young daughters despite being ordered to leave and exhausting her appeals. Chavez says seeing fellow Central Americans separated from their children at the U.S.-Mexico border makes her intent on trying to fight to stay in the United States. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)

SALT LAKE CITY — A playground surrounded by a large shade tree stands right outside the First Unitarian Church in Salt Lake City, where Vicky Chavez and her two young daughters have been taking sanctuary for the past six months.

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