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With a heatwave coming…keep your pets cool!

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 News) – Summer is about here and temperatures are on the rise in Utah! This coming week is prompting weather warnings in Southern Utah and welcoming our hottest days along the Wasatch Front this year. In this hot weather we all need to be mindful of our pets and keep them safe… Keep Reading

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How dangerous is your city? List of Utah’s 20 safest cities

(KUTV) — After taking second place in 2019, the Highland/Alpine area has been named the safest city in Utah in 2020, according to a new report. SafeWise, an independent review site, released its sixth annual ranking of the safest cities in every state. The list compared 2018 FBI crime report statistics on property crime and violent crime to determine the… Keep Reading

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Monster Energy Supercross, Community Writing Center Virtual Workshops, South Jordan Virtual Summerfest / Beer, Blues & Brats Benefit, and more.

Monster Energy Supercross Let’s face it: We miss sports. As professional and collegiate sports faced schedule disruptions throughout the spring, we’ve lost that buzz of excitement that comes from watching high-level competition. And while many organizations still wrestle with the logistics of resuming competition in our current circumstances, at least one organization will be bringing… Keep Reading

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Red Cross asks for blood donations as demand increases during pandemic

(KUTV) — The American Red Cross is asking anyone and everyone who is eligible to donate blood. Hospitals need blood as they resume surgical procedures and patient treatments that were canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic. The demand for blood has grown by 30% as drives continue to be canceled as many businesses and organizations remain closed, according… Keep Reading

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SLC may move to ‘yellow’ by the end of this week as Utah’s health orders on COVID-19 expire

SOUTH JORDAN, Utah – The pandemic is affecting so many aspects of people’s lives and their futures. One thing being affected that you may not normally think about, scholarship opportunities. The problem comes due to the fact that for those high school seniors who were hoping to earn those coveted college scholarships. Their senior season… Keep Reading

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Draper hot spot Garage Grill & popular quarantine recipes

Source: abc4.com Utahns are loving banana bread, followed closely by crepes. Virginians love meatlof, and Californians love French toast! What have you enjoyed making during quarantine? Today’s Save The Faves is Garage Grill in Draper. The hosts raved about the mustang burger, tater tots, chicken, mashed potatoes, sushi, and the biggest hit of the day,… Keep Reading

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These 4 Utah cities were among the fastest-growing U.S. places over past decade, Census data shows

SALT LAKE CITY — It’s not news to anyone that Utah is growing, but there’s now a better picture of what the state’s growth means in relation to the rest of the country, especially over the course of a decade. New data points released by the Census Bureau on Thursday not only show that population growth… Keep Reading

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Thrift stores take COVID-19 precautions

SOUTH JORDAN, Utah (ABC4 News) – Thrift stores have taken a hit amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Specifically with concerns from customers when buying second-hand clothing. Rachel Johnson both shops and works at Uptown Cheapskate in South Jordan. “I do worry about other people washing their clothes before they bring them in, but I always wash then before… Keep Reading

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