Aldo Vazquez, ABC4 Utah

Aldo Vazquez

ABC4 Utah

Salt Lake City, UT, United States

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Past articles by Aldo:

Truck rolls, crashes into Kearns house

KEARNS, Utah (ABC4 News) - Police are investigating after a truck rolled in a Kearns neighborhood and crashed into a house late Thursday night. → Read More

Do you know about Utah's "Move Over" laws?

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 News) - According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration 71% of Americans are unaware that "Move Over" laws exist in their state. As our crews found out today in a ride-along with Utah Highway Patrol, a lot of Utahns didn't know such laws existed either. → Read More

Utahns optimistic about housing market

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 News) - The demand for housing only continues to increase in the state but demand is outpacing supply and the industry are trying hard to keep up. → Read More

Staff, patient at Provo hospital buy new wheelchair for quadriplegic woman

PROVO, Utah (ABC4 News) - When Susan Child checked in to the Utah Valley Specialty Hospital six-weeks ago she never imagined she'd be leaving with a new power wheelchair that would give a new lease on life. → Read More

Flood Warning issued for Provo River below Deer Creek Reservoir

PROVO, Utah (ABC4 Utah) It will an active weekend for the Provo River it may cause some problems for those who live along its banks. → Read More

Utah DPS warns about new trend in street drugs

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 Utah)- Law enforcement and crime labs across Utah are seeing new dangerous trends popping up in street drugs across the state. → Read More

German delegation in Utah to learn about American refugee system

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 News) - Eight German delegates are on a four-city tour of the United States to learn about the American refugee system and the services and programs offered to show how America integrates refugees into society. → Read More

Trump Administration announces changes to school lunch regulations

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 News) - The Trump Administration announced on Monday new changes to school lunch regulations. → Read More

Witnesses lift car off 15 year-boy after he was hit in crosswalk

UPDATE: The 15 year-old boy who was hit by multiple cars last night while crossing a crosswalk in Syracuse near 2000 West, 1540 South has passed away, police confirmed. He has been identified as Dakota Kilburn. → Read More

Missing chidren found safe

UPDATE After searching the area police located the kids safe at a nearby home. [Previous Story] SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 News) - Salt Lake City Police are looking for two missing children that went missing near 1700 S. Redwood Road around 10:00 p.m. Monday. > And Cinthia Martinez 12 yrs old. If you know where we can find these #children please call 8017993000. #SeeSomethingSaySomething… → Read More

State to Officially Pick the Final Homeless Resource Center

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 News) - This morning the Utah State Legislature is set to officially pick the final site of the third homeless resource center bringing an end to months of studying sites, and the fallout from communities battling to keep the center out of their neighborhoods. → Read More

19 year-old woman shot to death; 4 teenagers in custody

TAYLORSVILLE, Utah (ABC4 News) - Four teenagers have been taken into custody and are being questioned regarding the shooting death of a 19 year-old woman at the Callaway Apartment Complex at 1141 West, 3900 South in Taylorsville. → Read More

Utah Pride Center Launching New Awareness Campaign

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 News) - The Utah Pride Center is launching a new awareness campaign Tuesday morning. The campaign is meant to show solidarity and unity for Utah's LGBTQ community and address the problems those in the community face. → Read More

Muslim community concerned over Trump presidency

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 News) - Protests are spreading all throughout the country following the news that Donald Trump was elected the 45th President of the United States. → Read More

Trump Signs in Provo Vandalized

PROVO, Utah (ABC4 News) - Ten days ago two of Loy Brunson's Donald Trump signs were vandalized, so was his house and two of his cars. So he put up 80 more signs. By Friday all but six of them had been stolen. → Read More

Utah Skywest pilot arrested for allegedly trying to fly drunk

RAPID CITY, South Dakota (ABC4 News) - A Salt Lake City pilot was arrested in Rapid City, South Dakota Wednesday morning moments before he was set to pilot a flight bound towards Salt Lake City. → Read More

Mail-In Ballots Begin to Roll In

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 News) - With 19 days left until the election Utahns are already turning in their ballots but it's still not at the rate election officials would like to see.According to the Salt Lake County's Clerk's Office, they have received 59,403 mail-in ballots -- 12.3% of the total mail-in ballots that they have sent out. Since last night's debate the Lt. Governor's Office says… → Read More

Teens Survive Rollover Crash Into Provo River

OREM, Utah (ABC4 News) - Six Orem High School teenagers are lucky to be alive after the truck they were riding in went off a 30 foot embankment and landed upside down in the North Fork Provo River. → Read More

Park City School District May Soon Be Drug Testing Students

PARK CITY, Utah (ABC4 News) - The Park City School District is looking at implementing a new drug policy for students in grades 9-12. The policy would randomly drug test those involved in extracurricular activities. → Read More

Great Salt Lake reaches historic low levels

MAGNA, Utah (ACB4 News) - The Great Salt Lake has reached historic low levels and scientists believe it will only continue to shrink all the way up to the end of the century. → Read More