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News Clips | July 20, 2022

Take a deep breath with this new Utah art exhibit

‘Air’ at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts wants to pull your head out of the clouds.

University of Utah failed to recognize student Zhifan Dong was in danger before she was killed, documents show

Dong, 19, was killed after she told campus housing staff she was scared about what her angry ex-boyfriend might do next.

University of Utah asking alumni to host students during upcoming school year

Similar to the state itself, the University of Utah is growing and doing so quickly. The student body in October totaled 34,424 strong and that number shouldn't be declining—or even remaining the same—anytime soon.

Read University of Utah president’s statement on mistakes in killed student’s case and released documents

The statement and disclosure of records comes five months after student Zhifan Dong was killed.

'Divisive' political climate in focus after Utah lawmaker gets suspicious letter

Jani Iwamoto is in the final months of her time in office. The Utah state senator has spent nearly eight years on Utah’s Capitol hill, and four years before that on the Salt Lake County Council.

See which 7 Utah counties have high COVID levels, should be masking, per CDC

The BA.5 omicron subvariant of the coronavirus is the most transmissible strain yet, experts say.

Scientists Revive Human Retinas after Death

Restoring eye tissue postmortem could pave the way for reviving other types of brain tissue.

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