Vivian Chow, ABC4 Utah

Vivian Chow

ABC4 Utah

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Recent articles by Vivian:

Major crash shuts down State Street roads in Sandy, crews on scene

SANDY, Utah (ABC4) – A major multi-vehicle crash has shut down roads along State Street in Sandy on Friday morning. The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) says the crash happened along State Street near 10600 S. Currently, lanes going both directions between 10000 S and 10600 S are completely blocked to traffic. Closures will remain […] → Read More

SLCPD solves decades-old cold case of murdered Utah man

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Police have now closed a decades-old murder case dating back to 1974 in Salt Lake City. The Salt Lake City Police Department (SLCPD) says the suspect in the case, George B. Toone, 75, has since passed away from natural causes. Toone, who died in 2001 in California, is accused of […] → Read More

Beloved Russian bakery pop-up coming to Utah this summer

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Food lovers, mark your calendars as a popular Russian bakery heads to Utah this summer. Piroshky Piroshky is a Seattle-based bakery that is coming to Salt Lake City for a day while touring the United States on a pop-up tour. Utah fans can visit the pop-up shop at two locations […] → Read More

Utahns face high traffic, soaring gas prices, bad weather this Memorial Day weekend

UTAH (ABC4) – As folks head out to enjoy Memorial Day weekend festivities, Utah travelers should prepare for holiday headaches including major road traffic, soaring fuel costs and wet weather conditions. In a new report from the Automobile Association of America (AAA), Memorial Day travel is expected to reach 92% of pre-pandemic levels this year. […] → Read More

Semi-truck rollover crash blocks I-84 lanes

MORGAN COUNTY, Utah (ABC4) – A semi-truck rollover crash has shut down lanes along I-84 on Thursday morning in Morgan County. Utah Highway Patrol (UHP) says the crash happened along the eastbound lanes of I-84 near mile marker 107 in Morgan. All eastbound lanes along I-84 near Exit 103 are currently closed. Crews are on […] → Read More

FanX co-founder arrested for alleged bomb threats against multiple Utah buildings

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Authorities have arrested the co-founder of FanX for allegedly threatening to bomb multiple buildings throughout Utah. Authorities say Bryan Melvin Brandenburg, 63, better known as the co-founder of Salt Lake’s FanX Comic Convention, threatened to bomb several buildings on May 4 and May 6. Brandenburg is currently living in Waipahu, […] → Read More

Snowbasin Resort kicks off summer concert series, mountain activities

HUNTSVILLE, Utah (ABC4) – As summer inches closer, locals and visitors are heading outdoors to enjoy the warm summer air atop Utah’s majestic mountains. Snowbasin Resort has announced its 2022 summer activities, offering guests the chance to fully bask in the great Utah outdoors. This summer, Snowbasin visitors can enjoy: Blues, Brews & BBQ Concert […] → Read More

These are the safest cities in Utah

UTAH (ABC4) – With the demographic and landscape of Utah ever-changing, many locals and new residents have settled into the Beehive State, proudly calling it home. When searching for a place to settle down or raise a family, arguably, the most important factor to consider is safety. Ensuring your future neighborhood and the wider community […] → Read More

Two Utah children contract mysterious liver illness spreading globally

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Health officials say two Utah children have contracted the mysterious liver illness that has affected children around the world. The Utah Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) has confirmed two Utah children under the age of 10 were hospitalized for the illness — hepatitis — with no known cause. […] → Read More

Help name Sandy city’s new fleet of snowplows

SANDY, Utah (ABC4) – Although wintry weather is far from Utahns’ minds at the moment, one Utah city is planning ahead for snowy season. A name is incredibly important and the city of Sandy wants locals to help them name its new fleet of snowplows. “Every good vehicle deserves a name, and that certainly applies […] → Read More

Hill AFB air show returns to Utah this summer

UTAH (ABC4) – Aircraft enthusiasts, get ready as the beloved Utah air show “2022 Warriors Over The Wasatch Air & Space Show,” returns this summer. The aerial show featuring military aircraft from Hill Air Force Base, The U.S. Air Force and over a “dozen world-class acts” kicks off this summer on June 25-26. Event admission […] → Read More

Popular retail chain Walmart brings drone deliveries to Utah

UTAH (ABC4) – As the convenience of online ordering has changed the landscape of modern-day consumerism, one national retail chain is taking it up a notch further. Popular mass retailer Walmart is bringing same-day deliveries to Utahns in a whole new way — via drones. The company will be bringing its drone delivery network to […] → Read More

Man shot in leg after argument in Salt Lake City

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Police are investigating after a man was shot in the leg during an argument on Monday night. The Salt Lake City Police (SLCPD) have identified and arrested the suspect, Esekielu Tuigamala, 46. Police say the shooting happened near the 3100 block of West Professional Circle around 7:30 p.m. Officers received […] → Read More

Man’s body discovered in Bear Lake

RICH COUNTY, Utah (ABC4) – A man’s body has been discovered in Bear Lake on Monday. The Rich County Sheriff’s Office has identified the man as Kyle Dean Walker, 31. Walker’s body was discovered in about five feet of water. The cause of death has not been determined. Authorities were first notified by a Bear […] → Read More

Park City Mountain opens for summer activities this weekend

PARK CITY, Utah (ABC4) – As the weather warms in Utah, Park City Mountain is joining in on the fun, officially opening for summer activities this weekend. Park City Adventure Park will begin welcoming guests this Friday, May 27, with additional activities opening on June 17 at both Mountain Village and Canyons Village. Visitors can […] → Read More

Utah man arrested, allegedly tried to run over neighbor with car

RICH COUNTY, Utah (ABC4) – A man has been arrested after allegedly trying to run his neighbor over with a car in Rich County on Friday. The Rich County Sheriff’s Office has identified the suspect as Matthew Ryan Morris, 27. Deputies say the incident happened at a residence located near 88 S 100 W in […] → Read More

Two ‘probable’ cases of monkeypox found in Salt Lake County

SALT LAKE COUNTY, Utah (ABC4) – Health officials are investigating two cases of “probable monkeypox” discovered in Salt Lake County on Monday. The Salt Lake County Health Departmnt (SLCoHD) says the two adults who are being investigated live together in the same household. The individuals became infected after traveling internationally to an area currently experiencing […] → Read More

Police investigating threats against Moab elementary school

MOAB, Utah (ABC4) – Police are investigating threats made against a Moab elementary school on Sunday. The Moab Police Department says the threats were targeting Helen M. Knight Elementary School. The content of the threats has not been released as authorities continue to investigate the incident. “We do not believe there is an imminent threat […] → Read More

Power outage affects thousands in Salt Lake County

SALT LAKE COUNTY, Utah (ABC4) – A power outage has left thousands without electricity in areas throughout Salt Lake County on Monday. Rocky Mountain Power says almost 4,000 residents are currently affected. Crews were first notified of the outage around 6:41 a.m. early Monday morning. Rocky Mountain says residents in the county should have their […] → Read More

Crews tackle Ogden apartment fire causing $20k in damage

OGDEN, Utah (ABC4) – Fire crews tackled a massive blaze engulfing an apartment complex in Ogden on Thursday night. The Ogden Fire Department says the fire was burning inside a three-story apartment building located near the 3400 block of Iowa Avenue around 4:59 a.m. When fire crews arrived, they discovered smoke emanating from the basement […] → Read More