SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 Utah) 15 stolen cars. 33 burglaries. And 181 reported thefts. That's an average day of crime in Utah. And all that crime creates a lot of victims and causes emotional, financial and psychological consequences.
Have you signed a financial contract with a car dealer, a bank, a hospital, a gym or a business within the past couple of years? If you have - and if you haven't examined the contract to read the fine print - you may have signed away some of your rights
If you've been targeted by a debt collector for a debt you know nothing about --- or sued for an amount of money you never owed, there are ways you can fight back. You have legal rights as a consumer, both in Federal and state law.
In this Good 4 Utah series on debt collection you will learn what can happen if a bogus debt collector makes you a target; what your legal rights are, how to protect yourself against false debt claims, and the tricks now being played on consumers just like you.
SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 Utah) A Utah man says a giant home building company sold him a giant problem. And he says anyone planning on buying a new home can learn some valuable lessons from his experience...
SANDY, Utah (ABC 4 Utah) A monument that was designed to honor military sacrifices and educate our youth is a step closer to being finished. And ABC 4 Utah has the first look at what it will look like when it is complete.
SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 Utah) 19-year-old Riley Person is full of love and gets a lot of love back. And with the help and support of family and friends he hopes to soon stand on the shore of a warm, sunny ocean.
SANDY, UT (ABC 4 Utah) A would be thief is busted after getting trapped in the store he had just broken into.
SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 UTAH) - Every 15 seconds a home is burglarized in the United States. Sadly, according to national statistic only 15 percent of those cases get solved. Now a former home burglar talks to ABC 4 Utah about protecting your home.
A high school basketball court is not a place where you see a lot of love. However, at Tooele High School a simple gesture on the court is sending a message of love and respect.