Earth Notes: Sandstone Voices
The sandstone pinnacles, arches and natural bridges of the Colorado Plateau may seem like static, silent parts of the landscape. But researchers at the University of Utah have tuned in to a very different reality.
Utah Demonstrators Celebrate National Police Reform Bill
The founder of Black Lives Matter in Utah was emotional after she heard about the unveiling of a new national bill on police reform, an issue she said they’ve been fighting for for years.
University of Utah plans major revamp of research park on Foothill Drive, adding lots of housing
The University of Utah is planning a major transformation of its research park along Foothill Drive, aimed at making it a more walkable and residentially focused area with better access to the school’s main campus.
Auditor announces formation of commission to review Banjo contract with Utah
The Office of the State Auditor announced the formation of a Commission on Protecting Privacy and Preventing Discrimination to review the state’s contract with Banjo, a surveillance technology company.