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News Clips | April 18, 2023

Drag in Utah is older than the state itself

Recent controversies make drag seem like a new phenomenon. In fact, drag has been crossing into arts and politics for ages.

Fox News vs. Dominion: Blockbuster media fight set for courtroom

“It’s potentially the most important defamation case in generations,” said RonNell Andersen Jones, a law professor at the University of Utah who specializes in media law.

Is it a sinkhole? Or something else?

The difference between sinkholes and flooding-related erosion, why flooding causes the ground to collapse and what you can do to protect your property.

Home visiting programs serve Utah families and help prevent child abuse

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. Preventing child abuse is a community effort, and Utah’s Home Visiting Programs can help. Home Visiting Programs are available to expectant mothers and new parents in Utah who need extra support.

Finding Your Empowerment Anthem: Why You Should Let Music Lift You

 A 2018 study from the University of Utah Health reports that playing familiar music for patients in memory care can help to manage their symptoms and offer an alternative route for communication.

Breaking down the pros and cons of mandatory military service

At the conclusion of the Utah Jazz 2022-23 season, Lauri Markkanen announced he would serve his mandatory military service for his home country of Finland during the offseason.

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