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News Clips | May 20, 2022

Climate change is harming a vital tool to combat it

Climate change may be harming the carbon-capturing capabilities of Earth's forests.

Enhanced Geothermal System Uses Oil And Gas Technology To Mine Low-Carbon Energy

The US Department of Energy (DOE) has funded a project called FORGE where hot granite rock will be drilled and fracked using the best oil and gas technology.

U of U extends pilot program, no ACT/SAT scores needed through 2024

Potential students applying to the University of Utah won’t have to submit scores from the ACT or SAT standardized tests for a few more years.

COVID-19 is surging in Utah again—why Utah’s governor says he’s ‘part of that spike’

COVID-19 is surging again in Utah and cases will likely keep climbing at least through mid-June, an Intermountain Healthcare infectious diseases physician warned Thursday.

Does it matter that Utah's population was overcounted in the 2020 census?

Utah's 18.4% increase in population between the 2010 and 2020 censuses topped the nation; however, U.S. Census Bureau officials said Thursday that they overcounted the Beehive State and seven other states during their collection period.

‘Always first to lend a helping hand': Ray Pickup named ‘Giant in our City’ by Salt Lake Chamber

Crisp suits and elegant gowns filled the Grand America Hotel ballroom Thursday as droves of people gathered for the Salt Lake Chamber's presentation of the 43rd Giant in our City award.

How is the GOP primary race for Senate shaping up in Utah? New poll has answers

Incumbent Sen. Mike Lee has a large lead over his two challengers for the Republican nomination in the U.S Senate race in Utah.

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