Jordan Burrows, ABC4 Utah

Jordan Burrows

ABC4 Utah

Boydton, VA, United States

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Past articles by Jordan:

Christmas Traps: St. George family creates unique challenge for Christmas

The Comstocks told ABC4 the holiday is more about the experience and less about the things, so they want to make sure the kids get that message. → Read More

Never afraid to pursue the truth: ABC4’s Marcos Ortiz, 1954-2022

It is with tremendous sadness that ABC4 announces the death of our senior crime and justice reporter Antonio Marcos Ortiz, 68, at his home Saturday morning. → Read More

Big concept, tiny home: new community to address homelessness

Salt Lake City is one step closer to breaking ground on a permanent neighborhood for the homeless. → Read More

U of U research shows COVID-19 originated at seafood market, not lab

UTAH (ABC4) – We are now learning more about the origins of the COVID-19 pandemic. A group of researchers, including one from the University of Utah Health, concluded that the earliest cases of COVID-19 in humans arose at a wholesale fish market in Wuhan, China back in December 2019 and not inside a lab. The […] → Read More

Utah lawmaker claims election fraud in upcoming primary

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) — One day before the Utah U.S. Senator Primary, a local lawmaker is alleging election fraud. Republican Rep. Phil Lyman posted these claims on social media. “URGENT! Please share!!! I have had several reports from people claiming their in-person vote for Senator MIKE LEE was changed to Becky Edwards. The only […] → Read More

‘Thank you Utahns’: Gov. Cox urges firework safety

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Fireworks go on sale Friday for the first time this summer in Utah. Local leaders said they hope Utahns can be as responsible this summer as they were the last. There were 115 fires caused by fireworks last year which is down substantially from 2020. However, fire officials said all […] → Read More

‘So selfless’: Families mourn after loved ones hit and killed by UTA train

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Two families are grieving the loss of loved ones who were hit and killed by a UTA train. Within the last 2.5 weeks, 14-year-old Patrick Lawrence died, and over the weekend, 20-year-old Eryx Lynch died. Lawrence passed on April 18 and Lynch on May 7. The stories of both families are heartbreaking […] → Read More

Inflation in Utah jumps to 10.4%, above nat’l average

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) — The rise in the cost of living continues to hit new highs. For months Utah’s inflation rate has been climbing above the national average. On Tuesday the consumer price index which measures the average change in prices for goods and services showed the national inflation rate is up 8.5% while Utah’s […] → Read More

BYU alum helping thousands of Ukrainian refugees

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – A BYU alum is helping thousands of Ukrainian refugees. Hayley Smith started Lending Hands International, LHI, in 2016. The organization has helped Syrian and Afghan refugees, and now ow it is providing emergency aid to refugee camps and Ukrainian hospitals. They also work with other small humanitarian groups to help […] → Read More

Violent crime is down in SLC in 2022

Violent crime continues to be a problem in Salt Lake City, however, the trends this year look promising. → Read More

Gas prices partly to blame for higher flight prices

Flight prices are on the rise and gas prices are partly to blame along with another big reason; the pandemic. → Read More

‘Devastating’: School meal programs in jeopardy

One big impact of the lack of pandemic funding could be felt in lunchrooms across the country and right here in Utah. → Read More

‘Killing me’: Gas prices hit record highs in Utah

Gas prices continue to hit record highs through Utah. → Read More

New bill would add safety features to dating apps and websites

Dating apps and websites may change for the better according to one Utah lawmaker. → Read More

‘It’s a little less stressful’: state employees ready to fill in as teacher shortage rages on

Utah Gov. Spencer Cox is putting his newest executive order into action Tuesday. → Read More

Quitting your job? You’re not alone according to the US Bureau of Labor

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Utahns continue to leave or quit their jobs at a record rate, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor. The data shows that more than 430,000 Utahns followed this trend in 2021, with experts saying this will most likely continue into 2022 for at least several more months. The COVID-19 […] → Read More

‘Truly heroes’: Utah National Guardsmen and women to volunteer at long-term care facilities

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) — Utah National Guardsmen and women will be assisting in long-term care facilities starting Thursday. This is a statewide measure to help with the nursing and staffing shortages. Brian Gross, regional vice president at Avalon Health Care Group said he heard about this news last week, saying he is honored to […] → Read More

Local non-profit sends more than 35,000 pounds of supplies off to Tonga thanks to charity drive

MURRAY, Utah (ABC4) — Thousands of pounds of goods and supplies are finally on their way from Utah to Tonga after the island nation was devastated by a volcano turned tsunami two weeks ago. A local non-profit organized the charity drive and would do it again. The supplies are on their way to the Bay […] → Read More

‘Wake up from this nightmare’: Utahns call on politicians to stay out of public health measures

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) — Community leaders and community members called on politicians to stay out of public health orders Saturday. The Concerned Coalition hosted a rally attended by a couple of hundred people at the Utah State Capitol where several voices and many opinions were heard. Organizers and community leaders told ABC 4 they […] → Read More

Want to help the Tongan community? A local nonprofit is loading up on supplies

MURRAY, Utah (ABC4) — A local nonprofit is stepping up to help the Tongan community during a crisis. Honor365 is hosting the Operation Tonga Charity Drive, an effort to get emergency supplies to Tonga as quickly and efficiently as possible, until January 28th. The nonprofit is asking for community members and businesses to donate water, […] → Read More