SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC 4 Utah) - Ever since they created TV shows, they created TV promotions to get you to watch the shows. Sixty-six years ago, our on-air promotion consisted of cards dropped in front of a camera advertising our upcoming shows.
PARK CITY, Utah (ABC 4 Utah) - The world is seeing some of the best in Utah winter athletes this week. The heritage of Utah skiing goes back almost a hundred years. The first Utah skiers were probably the miners who went claim to claim in the canyons.
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC 4 Utah) - Twelve years ago, the Salt Lake City sky lit up with the fireworks of the opening ceremonies of the 2002 Olympics. The magic that started in Rice-Eccles stadium radiated throughout the state. They are now memories of the sights and sounds of city.
This week, Utah’s state legislature gathered for the 118th year. Utah became a state in January 1896 and in February 1896 the legislature got down to business. They passed lots of important laws for the new state of Utah. This was a whole new state with new laws.
It's the people who come here as stars, as people who want to be seen, and people who want to see any star.
Thirty years ago, Robert Redford's Sundance Institute took over the Sundance Film Festival. As we know, it’s now one of the world's biggest film gatherings. It actually goes back to 1978 when a couple people thought to show some independent films.
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC 4 Utah) - The Utah Transit Authority introduced the new 11th east street car this week as part of an effort to get people off the roads an onto rail tracks. This is not a new concept. Salt Lake streetcars go back 140 years.