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Sarah Martin

ABC4 Utah

Salt Lake City, UT, United States

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Past articles by Sarah:

Utah Housing Crunch: Refugee housing in Utah

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Utah has opened its arms to refugees from all over the world; today Good Morning Utah took a closer look at where these refugees live and if there is availability for Afghan refugees recently evacuated. About 60,000 Refugees live in Utah, the vast majority live in Salt Lake County. These […] → Read More

Utah Housing Crunch: Home builders are feeling the strain of growing housing demands

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Home builders in Utah are feeling the strain of a growing demand for new houses. The pandemic created new problems for builders, including a nationwide material shortage. Ross Ford, the executive director of Utah Home Builders Association, joined Good Morning Utah to talk about how builders are keeping up with […] → Read More

COVID-19 Vaccines for pregnant women: Doctors say yes, many women say no

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Intermountain Healthcare confirms that the percent of the pregnant women in the U.S. who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 is only 22%. The rate remains low despite The Society for Material-Fetal Medicine and The America College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists are officially recommending the vaccine for pregnant mothers. Dr. Helen […] → Read More

Utah Housing Crunch: How renters can get help after the Eviction Moratorium

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Pandemic protections for renters have come to an end as the federal Eviction Moratorium expired this weekend. Some people fear that they may lose their homes if they can not find work. So what do you do if you are in need of help? Daneen Adams, the executive director of […] → Read More

Utah Housing Crunch: High prices forcing buyers to skip the home-buying basics

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – As home prices rise across the state of Utah, people are finding creative ways to buy homes. The median home price in Utah was $450,000 in June of 2021. That is a 30 percent increase from last year when the median home price was just $345,000. Realtor Allison Timothy with Homie […] → Read More

Honoring Black Pioneers: “His Name is Green Flake” star talks movie and monument

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Good Morning Utah celebrated Pioneer Day Thursday with an interview about Green Flake, a black man and enslaved pioneer, who was one of the first men to enter the Salt Lake Valley. ABC4’s Sarah Martin sat down with Yahosh Bonner who plays Green Flake in a new movie about the […] → Read More

Realtors discuss Utah’s housing crunch

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 ) – Utah’s housing market: will the bubble burst, or are the high prices here to stay? Today on Good Morning Utah two realtors joined the show to talk the latest market numbers and advice for buyers. This morning’s interview was the first of many; GMU will be talking the Utah […] → Read More

IHC Breaks Ground on new Primary Children’s Hospital in Lehi

LEHI (ABC4 News) – Intermountain Healthcare broke ground Thursday on the new Primary Children’s Hospital in Lehi; it will be named the Larry H and Gail Miller Family campus and is slated to be complete in 2024. The new hospital was announced earlier this spring and organizers say COVID-19 has not slowed down plans or […] → Read More

On Your Ballot: Prop 9 in Utah County

One proposition we have our eye on this Election Day is Proposition 9 down in Utah County. Voters there will decide if they want to shift their form of government to an Executive Council model with a County Mayor. → Read More

Can I change my vote in Utah?

President Trump tweeted Tuesday a message to voters, calling on people to change their vote even if they'd already submitted a ballot. The President said most states allow a person to change their vote but is that true in Utah? → Read More

Hinckley Institute re-caps VP debate: #Flygate, Debate Winner, Undecided voters

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) – Director of the Hinckley Institute of Politics, Jason Perry joined Good Morning Utah Thursday for a re-cap of the Vice-Presidential debate at the University of Utah; he also weighed in on the news that the next Presidential debate will be virtual. Perry talked about the leader coming out of […] → Read More

How does COVID-19 impact the heart?

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) – We’re learning more and more about COVID-19 from doctors on the front lines; doctors here at the University of Utah say it isn’t just impacting the respiratory system, it’s impacting some patient’s hearts. Dr. Kevin Shah is a cardiologist at the University hospital, he says his staff is seeing […] → Read More

Mayor Wilson speaks to Good Morning Utah about the County’s 6-month COVID-19 report

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) – Salt Lake County Mayor Jenny Wilson appeared on Good Morning Utah Friday morning to talk about her team’s six-month report on COVID-19 in the County. Mayor Wilson spoke about the lessons learned through the last six months and the ways the County has tried to stop the spread, including […] → Read More

Free group therapy for COVID-19 trauma

The College of Nursing at the University of Utah is beginning support groups for people who are recovering from or who have lost a loved one to COVID-19; they are free and open to the public. → Read More

Students join zoom classes minutes before SLC School District delays first day of school again

The third time was not the charm this morning for the Salt Lake City School District; the first day of school was canceled for the third day in a row and eventually moved to next week because of power outages from Tuesday's massive wind storm. → Read More

Some parents say homeschooling is worth added cost

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) - More and more parents are deciding to keep their kids home this year during COVID-19 school changes; some say the costs are high but worth it. → Read More

Parents hire teachers for in-home classrooms

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) - As we get closer and closer to the school year, some parents are deciding to bring school home in the form of a teaching aid instead of sending their kids back to the classroom. → Read More

Parents of children with autism struggle with back-to-school options

CLEARFIELD, Utah (ABC4 News) – Parents of children with autism say they feel stuck in limbo, unsure about if and when to send their kids back to the classroom this fall. Parents Cassie and Carl Sandusky have four children, three on the autism spectrum. Cassie explained, “There’s a lot of extra that comes along with […] → Read More

Angel Flight takes Utah donations to New Mexico families in Navajo Nation

WEST JORDAN (ABC4 News) - A small airplane took off from the South Valley Regional Airport Thursday carrying nearly 500 lbs of personal protective equipment for families in the Navajo Nation. → Read More

Man hit and killed on tandem bike on SR-201 in Magna, female tandem partner survived

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) – Just after sunrise Thursday morning, a man and woman riding a tandem bike were struck by a car on westbound State Route 201 near 9200 West. Utah Highway Patrol said the man was killed on scene, and the woman was taken to the hospital. The driver of the car […] → Read More