News Clips for Sept. 13, 2018

Census: Utah ranks No. 1 for equality of incomes—at least for now

Some may be tall, others short. Some may be smart, and others not. But new census data say Utahns now top the nation for being relatively equal, or homogenous, in one major way: their incomes.

U of U NICU celebrates 50 years

Tuesday, September 12, 2018, marks the 50th anniversary of the neonatal intensive care unit at University of Utah Hospital. More than 30,000 babies have gone on to live healthy lives thanks to the unit and its staff.

New poll says most Salt Lake City voters don’t think Mayor Jackie Biskupski should get another term in office

Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski may be vulnerable if she seeks re-election in 2019, according to a new poll.

'Minority' now a misnomer in West Valley City, census data show

West Valley City is the first Utah metropolis to become home to mostly racial minorities, according to newly released population data.

Miss Utah talks swimsuits, Miss America changes

Though Miss Utah understands why Miss America officials decided to remove the swimsuit portion of the competition, she’s still a little sad it’s gone. After all, she credits the swimsuit competition for saving her from developing an eating disorder.