News quiz 1/31



1. The NFC and AFC football championship games are over. What teams are slated to play in the upcoming Super Bowl?
A. Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs
B. San Francisco 49ers and Cincinnati Bengals
C. Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers
D. Philadelphia Eagles and Cincinnati Bengals

2. How many power outages were reported across the Salt Lake Valley on Jan. 29?
A. 24
B. 13
C. 31
D. 6

3. Gov. Spencer Cox signed two bills this weekend from the legislative session. What is the main feature of Senate Bill 16?
A. Enforces social media guidelines for minors
B. Allows for school vouchers and teacher pay raises
C. Allows pregnant individuals to drive in the HOV lane
D. Bans gender-affirming and transgender surgeries for minors

4. How much are Utah lawmakers expected to spend on water and Great Salt Lake conservation measures this year?
A. $50 million
B. $250 million
C. $500 million
D. $100 million


1. The answer is A, Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs. According to USAToday, they will play for the coveted Vince Lombardi trophy on Feb. 12 at the State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. The Eagles will serve as home team for the game, so they will have the option to select light or dark jerseys.

2. The answer is B, 13. According to KSL, an outage map provided by Rocky Mountain Power shows there were 13 outages across the Salt Lake Valley. These outages affected 2,240 customers and stemmed from the latest cold front and wind chill dangers. The National Weather Service of SLC said that the cold front on Jan. 30 brought the coldest air seen since 2017.

3. The correct answer is D, Bans gender-affirming and transgender surgeries for minors. According to KSL, the recently-signed SB16 bill is controversial amongst many in the state and was contested by two Republican senators — Senator David Hinkins of Ferron and Todd Weiler of Woods Cross — as well as the Democrats in the State. The Utah Legislature made their approval on this bill this past weekend.

4. The answer is C, $500 million. According to the Standard Examiner Utah, lawmakers are expected to spend $500 million on water conservation and Great Salt Lake measures this year. Utah House Representatives and Senate members are expected to make an announcement on these spending bills later this week. Senate President J. Stuart Adams told news outlets to stay tuned as to when.