Sarah Martin, ABC4 Utah

Sarah Martin

ABC4 Utah

Salt Lake City, UT, United States

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Recent articles by Sarah:

SLC County Jail expands to make room for opioid treatment program

Salt Lake City, Utah (ABC4 News) – The Salt Lake County Jail is expanding to make room for an opioid treatment program inside the facility. → Read More

Teens and SLC employees volunteer at Utah Food Bank for MLK Day

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) - Salt Lake City Mayor Mendenhall and a cohort of volunteers rolled up their sleeves at the Utah Food Bank in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Monday. → Read More

Gov. Herbert calls for tuition freeze, structural changes in higher education

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) - Along with his budget recommendations, Governor Gary Gerbert released some structural recommendations for education in Utah at his budget press conference last week. → Read More

Weber State President announces $10M scholarship initiative

OGDEN, Utah (AP) — The president of Weber State University has announced a $10 million scholarship initiative will soon be accessible for students encountering financial difficulties. President Bra… → Read More

Utah nurse who allegedly infected 7 with Hepatitis C accepts plea deal

OGDEN, Utah (ABC4 Utah) - At least seven people suffer with Hepatitis C because of a Utah nurse. Elet Nielson is being charged with tampering with her patients medication before giving it to them, and illegally keeping some of that medication for herself. → Read More

More than 800 families in need get turkey and fixings for Christmas dinner

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) – Governor Herbert and the Crossroads Urban Center provided Christmas Dinner to more than 800 families Monday at Rowland Hall School. The annual tradition spans decades; serving long-time and new clients of the Crossroads Urban Center. Center Director Glenn Bailey said, “We’re in the business of helping people with emergency […] → Read More

LISTEN: Full interview with brother of Church Whistleblower

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) - In an interview with ABC4's Sarah Martin, the brother of the Church financial whistleblower said that David Nielsen collected documents and information for years before compiling his complaint to the IRS. → Read More

Do Idle-free campaigns work?

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) - Researchers at Westminster College are using Bonneville Elementary School as a testing ground to see if idle-free campaigns encourage parents to turn off their cars during drop-off and pick-up. → Read More

Utah House Democrats release tax overhaul proposal

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) - Utah Democrats have released a tax proposal ahead of a special legislative session on tax reform this month; their plan would cut taxes for 99% of Utahns. → Read More

Education Support Professionals Day: An Update on the Union Middle Fire

Education Support Professionals Day: An Update on the Union Middle Fire → Read More

State Board creates new Recess guidelines to protect play

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) – For many students, recess is the best time of day. The State Board of Education is adopting guidelines to make sure that playtime is preserved and productive. The new guidelines will be read in and adopted at the board’s December 6th meeting; they offer information, resources, and ‘best practices’ […] → Read More

Special Report: Career changers transition into Utah classrooms

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) – Utah has one of the highest teacher to student ratios in the nation, and for years educators have been warning about the shortage of qualified teachers in the classroom. As one creative solution, Utah has introduced transition programs to help people enter the classroom later in life. For most […] → Read More

911 call released in Utah Lake boat rescue

UTAH COUNTY (ABC4 News) - Two fishermen are lucky to be alive after they were rescued from Utah Lake Saturday night. ABC4 News obtained the 911 call the boaters made as they waited for help. → Read More

Book Vending Machine at Alta View El. rewards kids with reading

SANDY (ABC4 News) - Alta View Elementary unveiled a Bookworm Vending Machine today; it dispenses books instead of food or toys to students as part of the schools reward program. → Read More

Salt Lake County kicks off Domestic Violence Awareness month with massive flag display

SALT LAKE COUNTY (ABC4 News) - October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and Salt Lake County kicked off the month with a display honoring the 3,400 men and women who sought help leaving domestic violence situations in 2018. → Read More

Volunteer with the Medical Reserve Corps, no medical training needed

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) - Medical Reserve Corps stepped into the Good Morning Utah studio Tuesday morning to have a conversation about the talented volunteers serving here in Utah. MRC is a trained group of volunteers who are ready to respond to emergencies in our community. → Read More

Farmers fight rural suicide with financial resources

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) - The U.S. Department of Agriculture is sounding an alarm: suicide among farmers is a growing problem here in Utah. To combat the issue, USDA and the Utah Dept. of Agriculture are addressing one of the major stress points--finances. → Read More

Four Utah schools awarded Blue Ribbon status by Secretary DeVos

UTAH (ABC4 News) - The U.S. Secretary of Education announced the 2019 Blue Ribbon Award schools Thursday; four Utah schools were on the list of high achievers. → Read More

Davis School District offers free mental health screenings Wednesday

DAVIS COUNTY (ABC4 News) - Davis County and Davis School District are offering free mental health screenings to teens and their parents Wednesday night at Viewmont High school. → Read More

Thousands of drug convictions to be reduced as part of criminal justice reform effort

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) - In an unprecedented move in the field of criminal justice, District Attorney Sim Gill announced Tuesday that more than 12,000 people are now eligible to have their drug convictions reduced and possibly expunged. → Read More