While many Utahns enjoy the weather change, others say they are dreading it. For the homeless, Utah winters mean cold hands and sleepless nights.
A Herriman couple is dealing with a muddy mess after their basement and yard was flooded Monday.
It's September and it's National Preparedness Month. Do you and your family know how to prepare for a natural disaster? Richard Woodruff from the American Red Cross Utah, joined us live in studio to discuss different ways to get your family prepared.
Clouds are still lingering over the landslide in North Salt Lake after some heavy rainfall Tuesday night.
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.
ABC 4 Utah has some wild video of the floods that took place in our neighboring state of Nevada.
Summer is here and to help you cool off, a big water party is coming to the streets of Salt Lake City. T.R. Gourley from "Slide the City" was in studio to discuss the event that includes a one-thousand foot slip-and-slide
As summer kicks into full swing, we need to be cautious of lightning strikes. Every thunderstorm produces lightning, which kills more people each year than tornadoes or hurricanes. The Red Cross has a list of safety precautions you need to take when it comes to being safe from the lightning.
With rising temperatures it's important to remember to protect yourself against the heat and sun especially if you're older
"I was going to make dinner at the house for the family, and we ended up having to find out an alternative solution to that because we didn't have any power or anything," said Jared Barnes, a resident of Cedar City.