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News Clips | February 16, 2022

Future of the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday's Access Utah

Since U. S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer announced his retirement last month, speculation about his replacement has ramped up.

Innovative Answers To College Affordability

The collapse of President Biden’s higher education agenda has put a kibosh on the notion that Washington will be offering up trillions of new dollars to deliver “free” community college or pay off student loans.

How a social justice innovation lab is developing new types of legal services

The Innovation for Justice lab launched at the University of Arizona’s James E. Rogers College of Law in 2018 with the goal of designing, building and testing new solutions to addressing the justice gap impacting millions of Americans.


The Barn Haus by Atelier Jörg Rügemer aims to show that resilient, sustainable buildings can be developed within market-rate budgets.

Shorter interval between testosterone undecanoate doses may boost levels in hypogonadism

Testosterone undecanoate injected at 8-week intervals for men with hypogonadism may reduce fluctuations and increase mean testosterone levels compared with a 10-week dose regimen, according to data from a modeling study.

Healing out loud: Social media contest aims to break the stigma about mental health

Following the deaths of 12-year-old Drayke Hardman of Tooele and 10-year-old Izzy Tichenor of Davis County both who died by suicide due to alleged bullying within the last 4 months, some big names in the community are stepping in to address bullying and mental health among the youth in our state.

LIVE NOW: U of U Health speaks out on the impact of COVID-19 for at-risk individuals

Though COVID-19 vaccines have proven to be the most successful combat to the virus, there is a group of individuals for whom the vaccine may fall short in providing prevention.

Local aerial skiers flying high at Winter Olympics

Olympic aerialists who live and train in Utah are doing quite well at the Winter Games in Beijing.

Following two tragic deaths by Utah children, how can the community address youth suicide?

In November 2021, the tragic news of 10-year-old Izzy Tichenor’s suicide dominated the local news cycle and garnered attention from national news outlets and celebrities alike.

Utah property crime spiked in 2020, exceeding the national average. Experts aren’t sure why.

“It affects us as a community and affects individuals,” one expert said of property crime, including car thefts and home burglaries.

SLCPD ‘confident’ 6 people were involved in woman’s 2019 killing. No one has been arrested.

The suspects have been questioned, but none of them has been charged.

‘Mormon Land’: Brad Wilcox’s speech spurs a key question—How can the church eliminate racism?

Top leaders have addressed the issue in word and deed, but the problem persists. Black Latter-day Saint scholar examines what more the faith could and should do.

New report offers water availability outlook as Utah grows, gets drier

Utah's population is growing and the state is drying out, which figures to set up larger water availability concerns over the next few decades.

New Utah study says COVID-19 can raise risk of pregnancy complications

Pregnant women who have been infected with COVID-19 are 40% more likely to develop serious complications or even die, according to a new study led by a University of Utah Health obstetrician.

Ty Jordan’s Family Receives Framed Rose Bowl Jersey From Utah Football

The Utah football program sent the Ty Jordan family a very nice and memorable gift from the Rose Bowl Game.

Park City’s Casey Dawson caps wild journey to Olympics with speedskating bronze

Speedskater’s journey to Beijing paid off, as he helped the USA to its first speedskating team pursuit medal since 2010.

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