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News Clips | February 23, 2022

How do I consume news ethically? University of Utah asks experts

A public debate was held at the University of Utah Wednesday, with experts weighing in on understanding the ethics of journalism and media.

Utah House to Union Pacific: Enough is enough. Get rid of your dirty switchers

Accusing the rail company of being a poor corporate citizen, Utah lawmakers fast-track bill to force cleaner rail yard tech.

Are electric buses a viable solution for Little Cottonwood traffic problems?

A group of local elected officials, community activists and college students boarded a bus last month for a ride up Little Cottonwood Canyon.

Role of the Local Media

This week on the program, a panel of experts discusses the important role that sources of local media play in Utah and across the country.

My company turned five this year, here’s what I learned

Recently, I attended the University of Utah’s Martin Luther King Jr. President’s Reception.

Lawmakers honor University of Utah football team for banner season

The University of Utah football team was honored by the Utah Legislature Wednesday morning.

Biden sent U.S. troops to Eastern Europe amid Russian threat to invade Ukraine. New Utah poll shows mixed reaction

As Russian President Vladimir Putin sent forces to “maintain peace” in separatist regions of eastern Ukraine, a new poll shows nearly half of Utahns favor sending U.S. troops to Eastern Europe to deter an all-out invasion.

‘We’re already running out of water’: the reality and future of Utah’s drought

With reservoir supplies dwindling, unprecedented heat waves, and a drier than average winter, it’s no secret that Utah is feeling the effects of our current drought.

University of Utah strikes advanced research agreement with Idaho National Laboratory

Years of informal collaborations between University of Utah researchers and scientists at Idaho National Laboratory will now move to the next level under a new agreement announced Wednesday morning.

The Essential A&E Picks: Nassim @ Kingsbury Hall

Live theater is always a risk, but there's an added level of working without a net in the works of Iranian playwright Nassim Soleimanpour.

Why University of Utah Health says omicron is still stressing hospitals

Concern comes as Utah moves toward new phase of pandemic.

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