SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 UTAH) Pay attention. Watch the signs. Keep you eyes on the road. Those are the warnings from UDOT officials as we enter the busy road construction season in Utah.
HILDALE, UT (ABC 4 Utah) It could have been another house of horror. But today it is very hospitable. Warren Jeff's would be home is now America's Most Wanted Suites and Bed & Breakfast and it's open for business.
AMERICAN FORK, UT (ABC 4 Utah) Police, deputies, friends and even television newsmen and women are helping raise funds for the family of a fallen deputy at Rib City Grill. It's simple - you eat great BBQ and your tip goes to the cause.
COLORADO CITY, AZ (ABC 4 Utah) Something is changing in the polygamist towns on the Utah - Arizona Border. FLDS businesses are closing and private businesses are opening.
HILDALE, UT (ABC 4 Utah) Hildale, Utah and Colorado City, Arizona are best known as an enclave of the polygamist sect of the FLDS Church. However, some say the grip of the FLDS Church is loosening up. And the people and community are starting to change. And one of the most noticeable changes is a school that is now rebuilding lives.
SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 Utah) Many teens and pre-teens have cell phones loaded with family friendly apps to communicate with friends. However, their friends are not the only ones using those apps. Police say drug dealers are starting to use them to pedal their illegal substances.
SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 Utah) Robert Redford has a new movie. It's an adaptation of the book "A walk in the woods." And Redford says the story about a long journey took a long time to turn into a movie.
PROVO, UT (ABC 4 Utah) - On Valentine's Day of 2014 a 24-year-old Brigham Young University graduate got engaged. Four days later she was diagnosed with breast cancer.
SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 Utah) The holiday season is a time to give back. And on Tuesday, we went out to help the Salvation Army with its annual Red Kettle campaign.
SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 Utah) - A special Christmas delivery will help a Utah charity help dozens of adults in need. On Tuesday, 1-800-CONTACTS donated $7,500 to the Utah Association for Intellectual Disabilities.