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News Clips | December 16, 2021

Kronos hack will likely affect how employers issue paychecks and track hours

A ransomware attack on one of the largest human resources companies may impact how many employees get paid and track their paid time off.

Families of Boeing crash victims say the U.S. failed to consult them.

More than a dozen families of people killed in two Boeing 737 Max crashes are accusing the Justice Department of illegally leaving them in the dark when it reached a settlement with the company this year.

Report: Utah’s tourism industry sees peaks and valleys during pandemic

The Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute released its report on the state of Utah’s tourism industry.

University of Utah student earns prestigious Rhodes Scholarship, first in 20 years

For the first time in 20 years, the University of Utah has a Rhodes Scholar.

What is Utah doing to address early childhood mental health?

Utah leaders and mental health professionals are outlining policy recommendations for early childhood mental health as rates of depression, anxiety, trauma, loneliness and suicide among youth continue to rise statewide.

How COVID vaccines shaped 2021 in eight powerful charts

The extraordinary vaccination of more than four billion people, and the lack of access for many others, were major forces this year—while Omicron’s arrival complicated things further.

A third Utah child dies of COVID-19 as state marks anniversary of first vaccinations

A Davis County boy among the newly reported coronavirus deaths.

Lawsuit against USU alleges it continues to fail student survivors of sexual assault

Utah State University continues to fail its students who’ve been sexually assualted, according to a lawsuit filed in federal court Tuesday.

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