SALT LAKE CITY (Good 4 Utah) - It was built to grace Salt Lake City in 1915. Its 12 stories of rooms crowned a lobby famous for a split staircase that led to French-style ballrooms. But in 1983 it all came tumbling down.
SALT LAKE CITY (Good 4 Utah) - On August 19th of 1906, Philo T. Farnsworth was born in Beaver, Utah. 21 years later he would invent TV.
MURRAY, Utah (Good 4 Utah) - The city of Murray is now known for cars, a hospital, and lots of shopping, but it used to be a wild place where ore was turned into metal.
SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 Utah) - Fifteen years ago, August 11th, 1999, started pretty much like any other warm summer day in Utah. Then came nine-minutes of weather that those in Salt Lake City will never forget.
It is the season of road construction as the orange barrels are out throughout the state. Construction isn't new, but people nowadays look at it differently.
Each memorial day, I remember the stories told by a brave soldier of World War II. I met the late Wollas Macey 20 years ago. He told the stories of those - like him - who somehow survived D-Day and those who never made it off the beach.
Salt Lake City airport officials are working on plans for a new airport that will replace the current airport that dates back 50 years. That replaced a $50,000 1933 airport on the east side of the present complex.
Every Spring we look at how the snow melt is faring in our mountain rivers. In 1983 --- we looked at how it was faring in the strange new river through downtown Salt Lake City. People talk about the flood of 1983 pretty much every spring when the snow melts.
This beautiful weekend brought out an annual spring time ritual for many Utahans: The ritual of spring cleaning.
A half century ago, the heart of downtown Salt Lake City went through an urban renewal. New 60's architecture highlighted the skyline. The crown jewel was perhaps the new library - the library of 1964.