News Clips for May 8, 2019

Northern Utah’s award-winning entrepreneurship programs

Utah would like to be known as more than "that place with the Sundance Film Festival," and universities have been helping move it toward that goal.

THIS NEW T. REX RELATIVE WEIGHED LESS THAN 100 POUNDS

Researchers have uncovered much of the skull and skeleton of a small tyrannosaur from Late Cretaceous rocks in New Mexico.

Ghosts Of Gold Mountain

Historian Gordon Chang joins us to tell the story of Chinese workers on the transcontinental railroad. Some 20,000 of them laid hundreds of miles of track, yet they've been left out of the history.

Still Great?

Decreasing water levels threaten the Great Salt Lake’s future.

2019 30 WOMEN TO WATCH HONOREES

Utah has one of the largest gender wage gaps in the country, and it also ranks the lowest out of all 50 states for women holding positions of leadership in the workplace. But that hasn’t stopped the women in Utah from making waves and fighting toward success. Join us in celebrating the 2019 30 Women to Watch as they pave the way for the next generation of female entrepreneurs and for the future of women in business.

Life on earth threatened as we know it, indigenous women lead ‘rights fight’ and baby orangutan rescue mission

A rare look at more than 57,000 birds in Costa Rica provides new insights into how coffee plantations affect tropical bird biodiversity. Sipping a collective 400 million cups a day, most USA coffee-lovers are likely unaware of how their cherished brew impacts tropical bird populations in some of the world’s most critical biodiversity hotspots, says National Geographic.

Census Director Tries To Quell Fears About Citizenship Question In SLC Visit

Immigrants shouldn’t be afraid of a controversial question about citizenship status that could be included on next year’s national headcount, U.S. Census Bureau Director Steven Dillingham said during a Salt Lake City visit Tuesday.