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News Clips | March 28-April 3, 2023

Portable licenses are a welcome idea, but probably won’t solve the teacher shortage

Several states are considering legislation that would make it easier for educators to cross state lines and teach in a different state.

California storms have buried Utah, Mountain West in drought-denting snows

Record snowfall is extending ski seasons but increasing the risk of avalanches and spring flooding.

Skip college? Even as more Americans consider it, that’s not the Utah way

What first looked like a COVID-19 pandemic-driven blip in college enrollment has turned into a national worry.

Known Medicine is using machine learning to cure cancer

According to statistics from the National Cancer Institute, one in five men and one in six women in the United States are likely to die from cancer during their lifetime.

We know the health benefits of forests or water. But what about deserts and mountains?

A growing body of research shows there are positive health benefits associated with spending time in nature.

Bosses who want their workers to be more productive are better off sharing their salary than forcing them back to office

Bosses worried about productivity are trying to get their workers back in the office. But they might be better off spilling how much they make instead.

ESPN’s Lauren McCluskey documentary unveils new information

“LISTEN,” ESPN’s new documentary on the 2018 murder of University of Utah student Lauren McCluskey threads the timeline of events leading up to her death in great detail.

Why is Rocky Mountain Power closing its Utah coal plants? Here’s what we know.

The utility company plans to replace its coal-fired power plants in Utah with nuclear and renewable energy.

Primary Children’s expands NICU care using telehealth, keeps infants closer to home

Until about nine months ago, Utah infants in the neonatal intensive care unit who needed neurological care were typically transported to Primary Children’s Hospital.

Neel Patel: Why I can’t move back to Utah

I can no longer defend my old home town if the Legislature won’t protect the Great Salt Lake.

University of Utah presents ‘Cabaret’

University of Utah Theatre is finally showing a classic, ‘Cabaret’. This is a first for the university’s theatre department.

Utah minority homeownership outpaces national averages, lags behind white homeownership

Most Utahns of color are more likely to own a home than individuals from similar ethnic and racial backgrounds in the country.

2023 Tax Facts Infographic

How is Tax Day 2023 different from past years? For those filing a form 1040, you can find a short list of changes from last year on the IRS website.

Dozens of earthquakes rumble beneath lake in Yellowstone National Park within 12 hours

Seismologists are monitoring Yellowstone National Park after seismographs at the University of Utah reported a series of earthquakes beneath the northern portion of Yellowstone Lake within the beloved national park.

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