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News Clips | June 22, 2022

‘I am in my dream job’: Mark Harlan’s first four years filled with unparalleled success, unfathomable sorrow

Having succeeded 31-year athletic director Chris Hill four years ago, Harlan has guided University of Utah sports and student-athlete academics to unprecedented heights.

Heads up Utah parents: Vaccines for kids 6 months and older are finally here

For some parents, the long-awaited release of both the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines for children 6 months and older brings a sense of relief.

Utah registered nurses are leaving the field, creating the 'perfect storm'

Some call it the "perfect storm" in health care as registered nurses leave their careers at a time in history when they have never been more critical.

Air Tracker shows the pollution path in Salt Lake City

With the Great Salt Lake being coined an “environmental nuclear bomb” by the New York Times, nasty particles and high levels of pollutants floating around in the air will greatly affect the air quality of those living in the Beehive State.

Public housing residents exposed to higher levels of air pollution

The study, published in Scientific Reports, showed an overrepresentation of public housing in areas with elevated levels of particulate matter.

A major real estate firm will turn South Temple Tower into housing

Salt Lake County is in the midst of an unprecedented apartment boom, according to a University of Utah Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute research brief released in March.

Six Utahns arrested in ‘Patriot Front’ Idaho Pride riot attempt

The warning signs of potential extremist activities surrounding “Pride in the Park” in Couer d’Alene, Idaho had police on high alert.

Unlocking the Magmatic Secrets of Antarctica’s Mount Erebus

Unprecedented images of Mount Erebus’s inner workings show the unique trappings of a CO2-rich rift volcano.

Large-Scale Enhanced Geothermal System Trial Successfully Completed

A federally backed effort to advance enhanced geothermal system (EGS) technologies in Utah marked a significant milestone with successful completion of its first large-scale 10-day simulation in a deep-deviated well.

Explore the world of bugs with this weekend’s fun festival

Jason Cryan and Megan Mullineux from the Natural History Museum of Utah joined us in the studio today and talked about the upcoming BugFest at NHMU.

Study Adds Evidence to the Correlation Between Oxidative Stress and Shortened Telomeres in the Aging Process

A study suggests telomeres shortened by oxidative stress are correlated with aging, adding to a growing body of evidence.

Parents push for Oregon to adopt newborn screening for rare disorder

It’s been five months since Joe and Nikki Monaco said a tearful goodbye to their 5-year-old son Emmett.

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