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Are you and your family prepared for a natural disaster? It could take relief workers up to 72 hours to reach areas affected by a disaster. Richard Woodruff, the Director of Communications for the American Red Cross Utah, joined us in studio to discuss the importance of a 72 Hour Kit.
Did you know that every 67 seconds someone in America develops Alzheimer's, and by 2050 someone will develop the disease every 33 seconds? Each year our community comes together for a walk to end Alzheimer's and to raise awareness about the disease. Mayor Ted Eyre, Melissa lee, Director of Communications for the Alzheimer's Association, Utah Chapter, and Jeanne Oki, joined us in studio to discuss this year's walk.
Class is in session! It's back to school time for most and that often presents challenges for your child's health. Dr. Jason Church with the Ogden Clinic, joined us in studio today and discussed tips to keep students happy and healthy through the year.
It's another DVD Tuesday with Movie Critic, Tony Toscano. This week your choices are "Blended" and "Belle."
School is back in session for many students and if you're looking for something fun for your kids to do after school, The Jewish Community Center has you covered.
Are you ready for the Utah State Fair? If you know anything about the fair, then you know that the food is always a major hit. This morning on Good Morning Utah, we were the first to try the official food item at this year's fair...a chicken waffle on a stick! Richard Larsen and Mike Law, Owners of Saturday's Waffle, stopped by to show us how to make their waffle on a stick.
A lot of people are getting excited for the upcoming Salt Lake Comic Con. One of the founders of the event joined us in studio to give us a few more reasons to get even more excited.
Spice up your Friday night and go see one of this weekend's new box office releases. Out this week is "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For," and "If I Stay."
Auntie Anne's Pretzels won't just be in the airport anymore; there's five locations coming to a town near you!
Utah roads can be very dangerous which is a serious cause for concern. Sgt. Michael Irvine from the Utah Highway Safety Office joined us in studio to discuss the danger that may be going unnoticed--drowsy driving.
The Canyons School District is seeing some changes this year, including a new Superintendent. Dr. James Briscoe joined us live in studio today, on the first day of school, to discuss what he had in store for the school year.
You and your family might be prepared for a natural disaster but are your pets? Richard Woodruff from the American Red Cross Utah joined us live in studio today to show us different preparedness kits for pets.
The Salt Lake City School District leads the way when it comes to recycling. During the 2013-14 school year, students, families, and employees worked together to recycle over one million pounds of paper and cardboard.
Cake decorating is no "piece of cake." It takes a lot of patience and hard work...just ask Kaiulani Delgado and Roxanne Bodell, finalists on this seasons hit television show, "Cake Boss: Next Great Baker." The two joined us in studio today to show us their decorating tips that placed them in the finals.
Movie Critic, Tony Toscano joined us in studio today for another edition of "Tony's Take." On today's agenda, the newest in DVD releases.
There are a lot of kids out there with some big wishes and MAKE-A-WISH Utah wants to make those wishes come true. The foundation is partnering with Macey's, Fresh Market, Lin's and Dick's Markets for a fundraising event to raise money in order to make the wishes of many children come true.
Summer is almost over but that doesn't mean you have to get rid of your fresh-picked summer fruit and vegetables. Chef Kimberly Larsen from Harmons joined us in studio today to show us different ways to preserve fruits and berries all year long.
FARMINGTON, Utah (Good4Utah) - Davis County welcomes the state to Farmington to celebrate the annual county fair. Farmington's own Emily Clark takes us home to see what's waiting for you!
We had to end the week with a bang, so that means none other than Movie Critic, Tony Toscano had to drop by to give us the scoop on the hottest box office releases for the weekend.
Cooking breakfast or dinner can sometimes be the last thing on your mind after you run errands and take your kids to and from after school activities. But what if you could make delicious meals that your kids love that don't take a lot of time in the kitchen? Chef Antonio Skeeters joined us in studio today to show us how to make a couple different "quick-fix" meals.
The death of Actor Robin Williams has brought national attention to mental health and depression. Jamie Justice from The National Alliance on Mental Illness was in studio today to discuss how people can help others deal with health and depression.
Do you know someone in the community that has demonstrated heroism through extraordinary acts of courage and kindness? If so, the American Red Cross wants to hear from you.
Are you ready for some bluegrass and barbeque? A free concert series kicks off tonight at the Natural History Museum of Utah at the Rio Tinto Center.
It's another great DVD Tuesday with Movie Critic, Tony Toscano. In this week's lineup we have "DisneyNature's Bears," a movie that showcases a year in the life of a bear family as two young cubs are taught some of life's most important lessons, "Muppets Most Wanted," and "A Haunted House 2."
Who is ready for some arts and crafts? The 6th Annual Craft Lake City DIY Festival kicks off today and last through Saturday night. The festival will feature over 200 exhibitors, over 40 local performers and best of all, craft food!
Happy Friday! It's another edition of "Tony's Take" with Movie Critic, Tony Toscano.
We're not the only ones experiencing bad weather. Hawaii is preparing for their first hurricane or tropical storm in over 20 years. Two hurricanes, Hurricane Iselle and Hurricane Julio, are headed to the island-the first one set to hit the area later tonight. National Security Expert, Tom Panuzio joined us in studio this morning to discuss the massive challenges FEMA is going to face trying to bring relief to the island.
Are you ready for some beach volleyball?...Yes, here in Salt Lake City. The Association of Volleyball Professionals is coming back to Utah for their Salt Lake City Open.
Flooding can cause major natural disasters, and this week, we have seen our fair share of them across the state. Richard Woodruff from the American Red Cross of Utah joined us in studio to share tips on how to deal with these natural disasters.
Calling all college students and college students to be...if you're looking for dorm room décor that doesn't break the bank, we've got you covered! Lifestyle Expert, Amy Sewell joined us in studio today to show us different ways to spruce up your dorm room while still staying on a budget.
Doctor Brandon Webb, an Infectious Disease Physician with Intermountain Medical Center joined us in studio today to speak about the Ebola virus, tell us what it exactly is, and if we should be concerned about the virus here in Utah.
Are you ready to play some tennis for a good cause? The "Of Love" Tennis Tournament and Fundraiser takes place this week. The purpose of the tournament is to bring the Utah tennis community together in a fun and friendly environment in order to raise money for juvenile diabetes research.
It's another fabulous Tuesday with Movie Critic, Tony Toscano. Tony was in studio to discuss the release of "Need For Speed" and "Divergent."
National Security Expert, Tom Panuzio discusses the latest Ceasefire in the Mideast.
Kicking off the first full weekend of August is National Farmers Market Week, and tomorrow Utahns can attend the Harvest Market Downtown as well as the Farmers Market this weekend.
The number of cancer cases keep rising throughout America, and here in Utah, nearly 11-thousand Utahns will be diagnosed with the disease this year alone. You can help raise awareness and make a difference in the fight against cancer by joining Relay For Life.
It's another big weekend at the box office. "Guardians of the Galaxy" premiers today and Tony says the film gets an "A."
What are you having for lunch on Sunday? Maybe you should add some watermelon to your dish-after all, it is National Watermelon Day!
Are you looking for a refreshing meal to add to your summer collection? If so, we have a few options for you.
The Red Cross is always looking for volunteers. Do you want to help out for a good cause? Find out how.
By now you know about the Park City Arts Festival taking place this weekend. But did you know it's much more than an art show? The festival includes activities for kids, concerts, movies, and different food tastings...oh, and did we mention chocolate?
School is back in session for some our year round schools here in Utah, and for the rest of the children, they start school in just a few weeks. Lance Madigan, the risk communication coordinator with Utah County Medical Center joined us in studio today to discuss the importance of immunization.
It's Tuesday, so that means we have the scoop on this week's DVD releases. Tony Toscano was in studio to dish on "Noah" and "The Other Woman."
The State Department says they are still committed to helping the people of Libya, even though Secretary of State John Kerry called for the evacuation of a U.S. Embassy in Tripoli over the weekend.
Coming up in just a couple up weeks is the 6th Annual Craft Lake City DIY Festival Presented by Harmons. The two-day event is put on to educate, promote and inspire local artisans while elevating the creative culture of the Utah arts community through science, technology and art.
DRAPER, Utah (ABC 4 Utah) - A Draper man has died following a gas explosion that caused a large house fire Friday morning.
Do you have plans this weekend? If not, checkout the Arts Festival in Park City. This family-friendly event will feature food, music, live performances, a kids area and of course, art!
It's Pioneer Weekend so why not celebrate by going to see a new movie? Movie Critic, Tony Toscano was in studio to talk about the weekend's box office releases.
Your guide to summer celebrations and festivals across the state.
Are you hungry? You better be, because we're talking about a barbeque showdown! James Parr from R&R Barbeque was in studio to talk about the event.