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News Clips | November 20-22, 2021

MMIW task force hears from experts and advocates on the legal challenges in missing person cases

People gathered at the Bluff Community Center in San Juan County Saturday morning to address Utah’s Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and Girls Task Force.

Canyons School District pulls books after complaints over 'sexually explicit' material

The Canyons School District confirmed that it has pulled certain books from high school libraries after complaints from parents who say they contain sexually explicit material.

Growing Space Junk Could Give Earth Its Own Saturn-Like Rings: Study

It was back in October 1957 when the first-ever launch of an artificial satellite named Sputnik happened, and with the launch also began the accumulation of human-made debris in space.

The Salt Lake Chamber hosts the 45th annual Women & Business Conference ATHENA Awards

Local businesswomen heard from inspirational speakers, gained business insights, and recognized the accomplishments of those helping to make a difference in our community at the 45th Annual Women & Business Conference and ATHENA Awards Luncheon.

How one Utah school district is taking steps to address the digital divide

Technology plays a massive role in our lives, something that has been more evident than ever since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Utes pay tribute to WWII battleship with special, hand-painted helmets

Members of the military were honored at Saturday’s University of Utah football game. This year, the team paid tribute to a World War II battleship—the USS Salt Lake City.

U of U Health supports Governor’s decision to authorize COVID-19 booster doses for all adults in Utah

University of Utah Health supports Governor Spencer Cox’s decision to authorize booster doses of COVID-19 vaccines for all people living in Utah who are aged 18 and older.

She didn’t know her pregnancy meant she could get a COVID-19 booster. She got the virus instead.

Utah has seen more than 2,000 coronavirus cases in pregnant people during the pandemic, data shows.

Indigenous Four Corners Potato Makes a Comeback

A rediscovered tiny potato may hold secrets that could help science develop plants better suited to a changing climate.

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