The second annual Utah Rides for Cancer will be held on August 16th. he ride helps raise money to offset travel and lodging costs for cancer patients and their families.
SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 Utah) - "I like my hearing aids because they are pink and I can hear better." That's how 5-year-old Rori Sorenson describes her new hearing aids.
SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 Utah) 360. That is how many runaway reports police in Utah get every month. That's twelve every day. Sometimes a runaway's disappearance is brief and fairly harmless. Sometimes runaways end up getting sucked into drugs and sex. And sometimes they end up disappearing forever.
SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 Utah) There isn't any snow right now, but that isn't stopping the downhill runs at Snowbird.
SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 Utah) When it comes to 4th of July parades - you can count on floats, bands and candy - lots of candy. Good 4 Utah decided to talk to the young candy hunters about their methods for grubbing for the goodies
SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 Utah) - Not too long ago all he wanted to do was get high or get drunk. Today, he is teaching young kids as a youth director.
HEBER CITY, UT (ABC 4 Utah) - History has landed in Heber. This week the beautiful B-25 "Made in the Shade" World War Two plane and a Stearman bi-plane are on display at the Heber City Airport. And as we learned on Monday - the plane that honors heroes is helping local families learn about heroes as well.
Draper, Utah (ABC 4 Utah) "Everyday is a struggle. I help him get dressed. I help him eat. I help him walk. but we still just stay positive and keep fighting." Leah Redden is talking about caring for her husband, 49-year-old Daren Redden. Recently ABC 4 Utah had a chance to talk to both of them about three things. First, their battle with ALS or Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. Second, an upcoming Kick ALS 5K and party. And third, their message to everyone about slowing down and enjoying life and their families.
SALT LAKE CITY [ABC 4 Utah] - Utah set a goal ten years ago to end chronic homelessness by 2015. Since then, homelessness has declined 72 percent. In this Good 4 Utah special report we look at the effort to get people off the streets and to save money at the same time.
SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 Utah) - The genealogical paper and computer trail of ancestors can go back hundreds of years and pinpoint where your great, great, grandparents were born. But if you really want to know where you are from - some say you need to check your DNA.