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Recent articles by Emily:

New dental clinic helps those in need

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) – Students are three times more likely to miss school due to dental needs. The Salt Lake City School District now has a solution for students near the Liberty Community Learning Center. This new dental clinic may look like just any other dental clinic, but this was built for a […] → Read More

New Utah milk bank quickly provides vital resource to NICU Babies

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 News) – Breast Milk donations in Utah once had to travel to Denver to be prepared for a baby. That process is done, thanks to the Wasatch Mothers’ Milk Bank processing milk locally for Utah NICU babies. Inside the freezers of the milk bank, is life-saving breast milk for the most […] → Read More

Canyons School District ditches styrofoam lunch trays after student’s request

COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS, Utah (ABC4 News)- The lunchroom inside Butler Elementary will never be the same. In response to the petition of four girls at the school, the Canyons School District traded out styrofoam trays for an eco-friendly alternative. Fifth graders Evelyn Fisher and Annabelle Cheney teamed up with fourth-grader Aggy Deagle and her second-grader sister […] → Read More

Latter-day Saints missionary dies after illness

A missionary with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints died Monday. Church officials say Elder Hermann Keredjim Mwanken, 21 had been serving in the Democratic Republic of the Congo Mbuji-Mayi Mission since November 2017. He died after a brief illness, officials said. Mwanken is from Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo. What others […] → Read More

Temple Square organist celebrates 40-year career

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 News) – An organ performance inside the Tabernacle on Temple Square on Monday was 40 years in the making. Bonnie Goodliffe didn’t set out for a career playing the organ, it just happened. Goodliffe explained, “I just happened to be at the right place, at the right time, with the […] → Read More

Salt Lake City to host Quidditch World Cup in 2021

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Salt Lake City has been chosen to host the U.S. Quidditch World Cup in 2021. Mayor Jackie Biskupski announced the selection Friday and said the city was chosen for its proximity to an airport and its walkable downtown area. The event is expected to host 84 teams and draw in […] → Read More

Early Head Start and Child Care team up to better meet the needs of low-income families

Every child deserves the chance to succeed. This is the philosophy of Early Head Start and a goal in action each day for DDI Vantage and their Early Head Start Child Care Program. → Read More

Governor Herbert asks you to donate on day of service

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) - With ongoing concerns surrounding the Federal Government shutdown and the financial concerns it is causing Utah families, Governor Gary Herbert is asking you to donate. → Read More

Representative McAdams given committee assignment

WEST JORDAN, Utah (ABC4 News) - Utah Representative Ben McAdams has been assigned to the House Financial Services committee. This is one of the four exclusive committees in the U.S. House of Representatives. → Read More

Meet UVU's first woman president

OREM, Utah (ABC4 News)- Dr. Astrid S. Tuminez is the newest president of Utah Valley University. She is the seventh president of the school and the first woman to hold that position. Tuminez brings to UVU a deep background in academics, philanthropy, technology, and business. → Read More

New tariffs impacting Utah business owners

SALT LAKE CITY (News4Utah)- While the tariffs announced by President Trump are impacting local businesses, the Salt Lake City Department of Economic Development is working to help ease the concern. → Read More

New SLCC center offers new training for community

SALT LAKE CITY (News4Utah)- Salt Lake Community College opened a new center to train people looking for a job. They call it the Westpointe Workforce Training and Education Center. Not only will it help the individual students, but the city believes it will help the community. → Read More

Red Cross has 'all hands on deck' in preparation for Hurricane Florence

As Hurricane Florence, now a Category 4 storm, churns its way through the Atlantic, residents and emergency responders along the East Coast continue to prepare. → Read More

Utah's religious community working to prevent suicide

Religion and suicide. It may seem like an unlikely pair, but one can help to prevent the other. Utah's religious communities are stepping up to save lives. → Read More

Why you should visit the farmer's market at Liberty Park on Fridays

If you don't have plans for your Friday, look no further! Go on down to the farmer's market at Liberty Park! → Read More

LDS Church charities providing clean water to people around the world

During the holidays the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints sent out an invitation to "light world" and give service. Now the donations have been put to work around the world. → Read More

Celebrate the new Cottonwood Mall redevelopment with free food and fun activities

There is reason to celebrate in Holladay, with new developments in the Cottonwood Mall redevelopment project. The project has a new name and an event to spread the word! Amanda Butterfield, Director of Public Relations with Woodbury Corporation, joined Emily Clark, to talk about the project she's been on since the very beginning. → Read More

Mobile clinic provides free dental care to Utahns

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (News4Utah) - Thousands of Utahns go without dental care. They simply cannot afford it. → Read More

LDS Church donates $150,000 in fight against suicide

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has joined forces with Governor Herbert and Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox to prevent suicide in our community through a large donation. → Read More

What you can recycle and why it's important with Earth Day just days away

On Sunday, Aprill 22, we celebrate Earth Day. This year, the focus is to end plastic pollution. → Read More