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News Clips | December 8-18, 2023

Is it safe to use cannabis during pregnancy? Here’s what Utah researchers found.

While there’s still more to learn, the study’s author says it’s clear pregnant people should avoid cannabis.

What this Utah son of Holocaust survivors says about Harvard, Penn presidents

Utah law professor Amos Guiora calls university presidents’ testimony on antisemitism offensive.

Governor Cox says diversity programs at colleges are 'divisive', not unifying

Governor Spencer Cox said he is pushing for reform when it comes to diversity programs and groups on Utah’s college campuses.

University of Utah STEM Community Alliance Program Arts & Justice Lab

Incarcerated artists share their individual selves through arts classes.

There are teachers in Utah’s classrooms, but that doesn’t mean there’s not a shortage

In some ways, Utah is faring better than other states in dealing with its teacher shortage, according to a recent Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute report.

PBS, Amplify Utah join forces to begin college media collaborative

PBS Utah and Amplify Utah have announced a college media collaborative. According to a press release from PBS, students from four colleges will participate in the collaborative.

Do you need to give cops your cellphone password? Here’s what the Utah Supreme Court says.

The Utah attorney general’s office is ‘evaluating options for further review,’ hinting at a possible appeal to the nation’s highest court.

Step into Jane Goodall's shoes at an interactive exhibition at the Natural History Museum of Utah

The jungle sounds of cooing chimpanzees and a breeze swaying through trees greets patrons as they walk into the Natural History Museum of Utah's new exhibit, "Becoming Jane: The Evolution of Dr. Jane Goodall."

St. George area population nears 200,000, Cedar City tops 66,000, per new report

Nearly 7,000 new people moved into Washington and Iron counties from July of 2022 to July of 2023, as the fast-growing southwestern corner of Utah continued its decade-long trend of growing larger.

More Utah areas are offering homeless services. One of the state’s coldest cities was an early adopter.

The William A. Burnard Warming Center, now in its second year, reflects the expansion of available services outside Salt Lake County.

Utah professor shares ties to NY's historic dance school that helped change ballet industry

Dr. Joselli Deans, E.D.. is unearthing Black history in ballet that hasn’t been talked about much in classrooms across the country. It’s one of the big reasons why faculty at the University of Utah’s School of Dance worked for years to get her move to Salt Lake City.

Utah hospital helping students heal from mental health issues while staying on top of schoolwork

When a child is going through a mental health crisis, their education can take a back seat. One local hospital is helping students heal while staying on top of their schoolwork.

AirView sensors use data to monitor Utah's air quality, pollution issues

It's been another week of seeing the haze and smog infiltrate northern Utah, reminding all of us of the air quality hazards we face during the winter months and through all seasons.

These Utah hospitals are in the nation’s top 10% for maternity care, according to recent rankings

Expectant parents are in luck as nine hospitals in Utah have been deemed “high performing hospitals” for maternity care in the recent U.S. News and World Report rankings.

Restoring Freedom Summit shines light on healing trauma and supporting survivors

The Restoring Freedom Summit is a groundbreaking training event sponsored by the University of Utah’s College of Social Work, aiming to address the often-misunderstood issues of human trafficking, ritual abuse, and the resulting Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) and trauma.

How many Latter-day Saints live in Utah’s counties? We may never know again.

Church is no longer sharing those membership breakdowns with the state.

Iconic Justice Sandra Day O’Connor was more than a trailblazer, she was a dear friend and mentor to these Utah lawyers

Two Utahns who were Justice O’Connor’s Supreme Court clerks will take part in her funeral rites in Washington, D.C., on Monday and Tuesday.

Utah cities have cheapest excessive-use water rates of all surrounding states

Despite an ongoing water shortage across the American West, Utah's major cities have the cheapest excessive-use water rates of all the surrounding states.

Opinion: Why do health care giants prosper while Americans are burdened by medical debt?

The combined high cost of premiums, deductibles, coinsurance and copays has led to 100 million people in the U.S. having medical debt.

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