How to stay safe in excessive heat

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – As things really start to heat up statewide, two organizations are reminding Utahns of precautions to avoid heat-related illness. Get the latest Utah news delivered to your inbox! Click here to subscribe to the free daily ABC4 newsletter. It seems natural that if a person …

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Montana Sports Scoreboard: Six-Player All-Star Rosters

FOOTBALL PREPARATION SIX-MEN ALL-STAR FOOTBALL GAME in Highwood Friday RED TEAM Zack Soloman, Denton-Geyser-Stanford; Isaac Johnson, Cold-Medicine Lake; Colt Miller, Cold-Medicine Lake; Walker Ator, Cold-Medicine Lake; Derrick Zimmerman, Grass Range-Winnett; Jaden Sargent, North Star; Payne Ditmar, North Star; Stanley Jarvis, North Toole County; Nick Widhalm, Power-Dutton-Brady; Tyce Erickson, Power-Dutton-Brady; Aidan …

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BYU set to sue Danny Ainge for joining university staff

PROVO, Utah –When news broke on Wednesday that Danny Ainge was stepping down as director of basketball operations for the Boston Celtics organization, I couldn’t help but think of one thing. BYU should attempt to hire Ainge on its university staff. When you’ve got one of the greatest all-around athletes …

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Heat warnings take effect

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4) – Abnormally warm temperatures for the season have arrived in Utah, and now an area of ​​high pressure will extend inland across the Intermountain West throughout the weekend. end. Get the latest Utah news delivered to your inbox! Click here to subscribe to the free …

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How busy are Utah’s national parks? Prepare to queue

Memorial Day vacations may be in the rearview mirror, but Utah’s national parks and landmarks continue to be at the forefront of tourists wishing to travel through some of the state’s most spectacular scenery. Since May 20, with the exception of one day, Arches National Park has had to close …

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