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News Clips | February 25, 2022

Women leaving prison in Colorado are released without much-needed resources

On the day Pam Clifton was released from prison to a halfway house in Littleton, she was in possession of one pair of sweatpants, a box of paperwork and $3.18.

Utah Museum of Fine Arts receives $400,000 endowment

The money, from Elizabeth and Jim Tozer, will contribute to the funding for special exhibitions at the museum.

What happens if there’s another COVID-19 surge in Utah?

Few details yet in state plan for dealing with new coronavirus spikes.

Wage transparency reduces academic gender wage gap

A pair of researchers, one with HEC Paris, Jouy-en-Josas, the other with the University of Utah, has found that when universities make the salaries of employees public, the gap in gender pay disparity shrinks.

Ukrainians, Russians condemn Russia attacks during protest at Utah Capitol

“You just don’t know what’s going to happen any minute,” said one Ukrainian college student living in Orem.

What to expect as oil prices climb during Russian invasion of Ukraine

As Russian troops lined up along the Ukrainian border this month, oil prices steadily climbed.

Poll: How Utahns want state lawmakers to spend $2B budget surplus

With only a week left in session, constitutional amendment on education spending on hold, legislative leaders say.

Century-old SLC apartments refurbished, remain 'essential' affordable housing By Carter Williams, | Posted - Feb. 24, 2022 at 7:01 p.m.

Greg Gossard, president of The Hampstead Companies, knew his development company had its work cut out for itself when it closed on the century-old Jackson Apartments in January 2020.

Heart health is something that should be considered not only in adulthood but for kids of all ages, starting in the womb

It’s important to start heart healthy habits, from diet to screenings, starting with a fetal ultrasound.

'It's horrible;' Utah experts weigh in on Russian aggression

Sitting half a world away from where Russian troops have crossed into Ukraine, local experts in Utah are as confounded as most when attempting to describe the ongoing events that promise to upend peace across the globe.

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