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News Clips | July 23-26, 2022

In further step toward equity, Salt Lake City to provide free tampons, pads in men’s restrooms

“It’s so important,” says Utah Pride Center official, “... to normalize the idea that trans men exist.”

Here’s the No. 1 issue on voters’ minds ahead of federal elections

A year marked by a collective yearning to return to pre-pandemic normalcy has brought a new, epic challenge for U.S. consumers who have been pummeled by inflation rates not seen since the economic drudgery of the early ’80s.

Utah University Admits ‘Shortcomings’ in Handling Domestic Abuse Case

The University of Utah acknowledged missteps in how it responded to concerns about the safety of a student, Zhifan Dong, 19, who was killed in February.

Where Are the Men in the Fight to Protect Abortion Rights?

America is in the midst of a women's health crisis.

Rising star: Ann Kennedy bridges gap between biology, computational theory

Ann Kennedy pokes at a stuffed mouse that sits on a sheet of black acrylic in a back room of her lab.

Celebrating pioneers of color and their legacy in Utah

For the 175th anniversary of Mormon pioneers arriving in the Salt Lake Valley, FOX 13 News took a look back at pioneers of color who are often forgotten about when Utahns look back on history.

Utah among first in nation to offer new robotic surgery for lung cancer patients

A new cancer technology is making it easier for doctors to find and remove lung cancer, and Utah is one of the first places in the country to use the new, less-invasive robotic procedure.

Letter: Seize the opportunity to bring electric buses to Granite School District

In 2020 I moved from a small town in West Virginia to Taylorsville. I quickly learned about the harsh reality that is our air quality, and days when it is safe or not safe to be outside.

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