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Past articles by Andrew:

Adderall misuse on the rise among students, doctors warn

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) - Up to a third of college-age young people may be misusing amphetamine-based stimulants like Adderall, according to medical experts. → Read More

Police searching for suspects after shot fired at West Jordan home

WEST JORDAN, Utah (ABC4 News) – West Jordan Police are searching for suspects after a report of a single shot being fired outside a West Jordan home. Police reported to a home at 1268 West 7055 South in West Jordan just after midnight Monday morning. According to the caller, she confronted several people outside her […] → Read More

Fire to bring poor air quality over the weekend; doctor recommends limiting outdoor activity

MURRAY, Utah (ABC4 News) - As summer's end nears, projected poor air quality due to fire is prompting doctors to warn people, especially those with respiratory issues. → Read More

Utah lawmaker wants to crackdown on online ‘catfishing’

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) - A Utah lawmaker is exploring how to alert users of dating apps like Tinder and others if the person they're interacting with may be a "catfishing" them. → Read More

Police search for suspect after woman shot, killed in Salt Lake City

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 News) - A woman is dead in Salt Lake City after a shooting in broad daylight. → Read More

Why Northern, Central Utah is more vulnerable to mudslides now

NORTHERN UTAH (ABC4 News)- Heavy rainfall Thursday wreaked havoc on vulnerable soil in northern and central Utah, causing mudslides in several areas. But what is making the region so prone to slides lately? → Read More

Utah doctor talks about how to cope with anxiety following mass shootings

OGDEN, Utah (ABC4 News) - A Utah doctor is weighing in on how individuals and families can cope with stress and anxiety that follow exposure to mass shootings and other current events. → Read More

Road closed in Salt Lake City due to officer-involved critical incident investigation

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) – Police report an officer-involved critical incident in Salt Lake City Monday evening. → Read More

Americans plan to spend up to $500 per child on back to school

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) - It's just about time to send your kids back to school, and with that comes shopping for supplies, clothing, the latest technology, among other essentials. → Read More

Parents push to block priest from Salt Lake City parish over controversial social media posts

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) - Concerned parents of students at J.E. Cosgriff school have started a petition asking the Catholic Diocese of Salt Lake City to reconsider assigning Rev. Erik Richtsteig to their parish and school all because of controversial social media posts. → Read More

Diversion program in Salt Lake County aims to help non-violent offenders get back on track, avoid jail

SALT LAKE COUNTY (ABC4 News) - Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill and Mayor Jenny Wilson Tuesday announced a new diversion program that aims to help low-level or non-violent offenders move on from their mistakes and avoiding formal charges. → Read More

Excommunicated former bishop rallies groups to ‘take a hike’ against child sex abuse

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) - Despite his excommunication from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, former bishop Sam Young is taking his mission to the mountaintops of Utah, decrying practices by his former church and other religions he says facilitates harm to children. → Read More

Vandalism, arson incidents against Latter-day Saint meetinghouses could, if proven, be prosecuted as hate crimes

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) - Under Utah's new hate crimes law, vandalism or arson against churches could be punished more severely, if it's proven that the act was done out of malicious intent against a person or group's religion. → Read More

A majority of Utahns – 77% – support non-discrimination protections for LGBTQ community

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) – A recent study found that Utah has the second-highest level of support in the nation for expanded non-discrimination protections for LGBTQ individuals. The Public Religion Research Institute research showed 77 percent of Utahns support laws that protect gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender individuals from discrimination in the workplace and when […] → Read More

Plan to return stray cats to field to avoid euthanasia in Utah County met with hesitance

UTAH COUNTY (ABC4 News) – Animal activists are working with Utah County to try and lower high euthanasia rates in the area. Cats are more at risk than dogs, and there is a proposal to return stray cats to the field to avoid euthanasia. Currently, when stray cats come into Utah County animal shelters, they […] → Read More

Semi rollover on I-84 near Taggart’s Grill in Morgan causing delays

MORGAN, Utah (ABC4 News)- A semi rollover on I-84 at exit 108 (near Taggart’s Grill) is blocking all lanes of traffic Tuesday morning. Troopers say there were two vehicles involved. A semi and a dump truck. Traffic is being diverted to the frontage road and to exit 108 to get back on the road. Expect delays in […] → Read More

Orem couple turns grief into giving with custom-jewelry startup

OREM, Utah (ABC4 News) - Jaiden and Lindsie Ward have little reminders of their son, Royce, all over their home; Lindsie even wears a necklace with his name on it. → Read More

Midvale City Council implements ban on conversion therapy for LGBTQ+ youth

MIDVALE, Utah (ABC4 News) - In a 5-0 vote, Midvale City Council opted to ban conversion therapy for LGBTQ minors, a move made by the Salt Lake County Council last week. → Read More

Family says Pleasant Grove man committed suicide after going off pain meds too quickly

PLEASANT GROVE, Utah (ABC4 News) – As Utah and the nation fight the opioid epidemic, patients suffering from chronic pain are being forced off of their medications too quickly, according to a local lobbyist. That “force-tapering” had devastating consequences for a Pleasant Grove family. Darleen Palmer says her husband Adam was funny, caring and loved […] → Read More

adidas to release Donovan Mitchell inspired signature shoe July 1st

Utah’s friendly neighborhood Spidaman has his very own adidas signature shoe, and Wednesday we got a closer look. → Read More