News Clips for April 9, 2021

Where Can You Find a New Job? Try These U.S. Cities

Hubs located far from the coasts emerged as beacons to job seekers and businesses during the pandemic.

‘All Hair Is Good Hair’: Panel Discusses The Importance Of Ending Racial-Based Hair Discrimination

Alexandra Barbier is a dance artist based in Salt Lake City. She has very curly hair that is “really hard to manage.” “It’s worth it, but washing, conditioning, oiling, all of the things that you have to do to make sure that it doesn’t get matted beyond control is very time-consuming,” Barbier said. Shewas part of a panel discussion Thursday hosted by the University of Utah to talk about the CROWN Act.

On Holocaust Remembrance Day, SLC woman shares mother's survival story

Salt Lake City joined communities around the world Thursday in recognizing Holocaust Remembrance Day, and one Salt Lake City woman has made it her mission to pass the stories on from her mother, who survived the genocide.

Alex Smith Says He’s ‘Really Proud’ To Have Helped Build ‘Up The Program’ At Utah

Former Utes and current NFL quarterback Alex Smith said that he’s “really proud” for the part he played in helping build up the University of Utah football program.

Poll: Utahns split over Saturday’s end to statewide mask mandate

Utahns are split over whether the statewide mask mandate put in place to slow the spread of COVID-19 should end on Saturday, and only a few believe the Utah Legislature’s decision should be up to just elected officials, according to a new Deseret News/Hinckley Institute of Politics poll.

Where are all the new Utah move-ins coming from? Here's a breakdown

If it feels like homes and apartments are going up faster than you can keep track—you're right. That's because the number of people moving into the Beehive State is growing rapidly.

Commentary: Utah can get more water from our clouds — if we invest in real science

Cloud seeding might bring a lot more rain and snow to Utah if we do the right research.