News Clips for June 22-24, 2019

Longtime Utah sports information director Liz Abel is retiring. College athletics — and her job—changed monumentally during her tenure.

Between brief peeks at her cellphone and scanning the vast football facility for an ideal place to stand idly and pose, she picks her head up to say hello to everyone. Because everyone knows her and she still has a job to do. You all may not know her name — she’d very much prefer that — but her work over the past four decades in Salt Lake City has played a key role in the swift rise of Utah athletics.

University of Utah student missing for a week after flying back from California

Mackenzie Lueck, 23, was last seen taking a Lyft from Salt Lake City International Airport.

What old seat belt opinions can teach us about spanking

As a child, Joan E. Durrant looked forward to her family summer road trips in her father’s 1960s Starliner. While she was never spanked or hit by her family, she said her life was put at risk each time her dad turned the keys to his car, unbeknownst to her parents.

Study finds Poles come top when it comes to honesty

Poles are amongst the most honest people in the world, according to new scientific research on the subject of honesty. The study, carried out by an international team of scientists, put Poland in the top 10 of the countries studied when it came to reporting lost wallets.