News Clips | April 28, 2021

Why cities will come back stronger after covid

The pandemic has shown that the benefits of density far outweigh the drawbacks.

No Burning Man festival again this year because of the pandemic, organizers say.

Burning Man, the annual countercultural arts event that typically draws tens of thousands of people to Nevada’s Black Rock Desert, has been canceled again this year because of the pandemic, but will return in 2022, organizers announced on Tuesday.

What’s in Biden’s upcoming American Families Plan? Here are experts’ expectations and hopes

Paid leave, child care and universal pre-K are among the guesses as experts and insiders ponder what helps America’s families.

Robert Gehrke: Utah’s growth doesn’t show any signs of letting up and will factor into every decision we make

The challenge is maintaining quality of life when there are a lot more lives.

U of U health officials discuss plans for J&J vaccine

Health officials with the University of Utah held a press conference Tuesday to discuss a plan to restart the administration of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine in Utah.

UW Libraries partner in $10 million National Library of Medicine cooperative agreement

University of Wyoming Libraries will partner with the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library at the University of Utah to implement a five-year, $10 million cooperative agreement from the National Library of Medicine.

How tight is Utah’s housing market? Some buyers offer $100K over asking.

Prices keep climbing for single-family homes on Wasatch Front, where razor-thin inventories mean buyers are struggling to find bargains.