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News Clips | December 3-5, 2022

Utah football to face Penn State in the Rose Bowl on Jan. 2

Utes won the Pac-12 for the second straight season on Friday night thanks to a 47-24 Pac-12 championship game victory over USC; Nittany Lions have won 10 games for the fourth time under James Franklin.

To ease victim’s trauma, the U’s new police station has a soft interview room

In the University of Utah’s recently unveiled police station, you’ll find something new. The facility includes a “soft interview room”—a space meant to help sexual assault victims feel more comfortable reporting crimes.

Why does the US keep running out of medicine?

America’s frequent drug shortages put patients’ health—and their lives—at risk.

Utah’s top home builder went to Washington, D.C., met with Mitt Romney. Here’s why

Shifting housing market is an opportunity—not roadblock—to solving our affordability crisis, and these innovations are key, Clark Ivory says.

Law school revolt against U.S. News rankings gains steam

Whether universities will follow suit with a broader rebellion against the ranking giant is unknown.

Utah sees record level population increase

According to new estimates from the Kem C. Garner Policy Institute at the University of Utah, Utah has grown by over 61,000 people in the last year putting the state’s total population at 3.4 million.

Utah’s ‘downwinders’ will have a spotlight role at Slamdance Film Festival

‘Downwind’ is one of 34 movies selected for the festival, playing in January in Park City and Salt Lake City.

SLCPD’s Pay-it-Forward event lavishes 50 children with holiday gifts, experiences

Fifty children selected from the Salt Lake School District spent their Saturday with Santa and shopping for Christmas presents, courtesy of the Salt Lake City Police Department’s Pay-it-Forward program.

Latter-day Saint activism—See what it’s done for the church

From LGBTQ and racial issues to art and aid, faithful members can influence if not inspire change.

Poll: Utah voters might be ready to move on from Donald Trump

The former president didn't fare well in a new Deseret News/Hinckley Institute of Politics poll, even among Republicans. In fact, he finished third in a field of potential 2024 GOP presidential candidates, including one of his biggest critics in Congress.

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