Operation Underground Railroad working to take down human trafficking

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The human trafficking industry makes roughly $32 billion each year, according to Utah Attorney General Sean D. Reyes. The Polaris Project, the organization that handles the U.S. National Human Trafficking […]

Do you know your news? Nov. 3

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1) According to Michael McDonald, a professor at the University of Florida who specializes in American elections, how many early votes will be cast by Nov. 3? a. 200 million […]

Do you know your news? Oct. 6

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1.) After the news of President Donald Trump’s positive COVID-19 test, the president was admitted to the hospital for observation. Dr. Mark Meadows said he is optimistic that Trump will […]

Amy Coney Barrett will slam the doors RBG opened

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It’s 1948. Amy Coney Barrett is 18-years-old and venturing into post-high school education. For women, options are limited. She wants to be a lawyer, something her conservative father scoffs at. […]

Do you know your news? Sept. 29

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1. The new Supreme Court Justice selected by President Donald Trump, Amy Coney Barrett, is a ________ candidate for the right, and a _________ for the left, according to NPR. […]

Do you know your news? June 2

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1.) This past week President Donald Trump tweeted about a new development that would take place locally in Ogden, Utah. His tweet referenced which project? a. A wall b. A […]

To vape or not to vape

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After I was diagnosed with a heart condition, I became curious about vaping. This electronic cigarette appeared to be the answer to healthier tobacco use; people could have nicotine without […]

Who or what to blame: mass shootings and video games

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On Aug. 31, a 36-year-old man killed seven people and left 22 wounded in a “drive-by shooting spree” in Odessa, Texas, with an assault rifle-style weapon, which marks the third […]