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News Clips | April 28-May 2, 2022

Sema Hadithi educates, explores history of lynching in Utah

Some people may have a first historical impression that nothing racially violent happened in Utah. However, incidents of racial violence, such as lynching was recorded.

Salt Lake 2030? International Olympic Committee visiting Utah venues this week

It doesn't take much effort to find someone who wants the Winter Olympics to make a Beehive State return.

The Iconic Film History of Monument Valley

This corner of Utah has always been ready for its close-up.

The U.S. needs to prepare for more refugees. Our Afghan experience has shown us what we can do better

More than a month after Russia invaded Ukraine, President Biden pledged that the United States will accept 100,000 Ukrainian refugees.

We traveled from Salt Lake City to Provo using only public transportation. Here’s what we learned.

From apps and maps to long waits at stops and stations, there was a lot more to navigate than just our route.

U of U graduation returns to in-person after 2 years

Following a two-year hiatus, the University of Utah announced Friday that in-person commencement will take place this spring.

Is the Utah Democratic Party dead? What the vote to support Evan McMullin means for its future

Some think the Evan McMullin vote was a ‘death knell’ for the Utah Democratic Party. Others say it was a ‘shrewd’ move.

Utah competition seeks big solutions to affordable housing

The hope is that Ivory Prize winners will bring their innovations to Utah.

What a ‘below-the-radar’ visit by IOC inspectors means for Utah’s Olympic bid

After three days of touring proposed 2030 or 2034 Winter Games venues along the Wasatch Front with an International Olympic Committee team of technical experts, Fraser Bullock sounded more sure than ever that the Olympics are coming back to Utah.

Overweight men see less robust sperm with age, study finds

Overweight older men experience more negative age-related changes to their sperm cells than those who maintain a healthy weight, a study published Monday found.

Experts discuss important SDOH work happening in Utah

Community health workers (CHWs) in Utah are one of the most effective ways to engage underserved folks to help address the social determinants of health (SDOH).

Vast reaches of Utah’s West Desert could be leased for geothermal power

BLM approves exploratory project, issues geothermal leases on 31,000 acres in Beaver and Millard counties.

Did the COVID-19 pandemic make Utah roads more dangerous?

Data shows concerning trends in driver behavior.

Utah family donates $15M to Primary Children’s in memory of infant son

A $15 million endowment gift from a Utah family has helped Intermountain Healthcare establish the first highly specialized fetal care center in Utah and the Intermountain West.

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