News clips for Jan. 29, 2020

Fight Over Bolton Gives Romney a Chance for Senate Clout

It's Mitt Romney's big moment, again. The 2012 Republican presidential nominee has for a year been a freshman senator from Utah. He's sitting in judgment of the president he has called unfit for office. And he's defying President Donald Trump by calling for one witness in particular, former national security adviser John Bolton, as the Senate weighs the impeachment allegations against the nation's 45th president.

Utah health experts say current risk of coronavirus low in US

While critical questions about the deadly coronavirus remain unanswered and health officials around the world try to get a better handle on the coronavirus, local experts said the risk for Utahns is still low.

OrthoGrid Systems partners with the University of Utah Health, elevating patient care

OrthoGrid Systems, Inc. is partnering with University of Utah Health, a leading academic health care system, to provide orthopaedic surgeons with the latest technology in surgical precision to reduce hospital readmissions and improve patient outcomes.

U of U fights McCluskey lawsuit over wrongful death claim

The University of Utah is opposing efforts to add a wrongful death claim to a lawsuit filed by the family of murdered student Lauren McCluskey. In a filing by the Utah Attorney General’s Office obtained by FOX 13, the university argues it has governmental immunity.

Boron makes quadruple bond with rhodium

When it comes to extreme multiple bonds, the transition metals have long ruled the roost. Quadruple bonds? They’ve got thousands of them. Quintuple bonds? Right there in a landmark organometallic dichromium complex made in 2005. Even sextuple bonds have been found, in Mo2 and W2.

New money for air quality? Why there’s a quandary at the Utah Legislature

The implosion of tax reform—built into Gov. Gary Herbert’s budget recommendations for 2021—means his funding requests are in limbo, including the $100 million ask to help fix the state’s air pollution problems.

In Addiction Recovery, a Matter of the Mind

Joe Fox's drug of choice is alcohol. And while he says he's previously tried programs such as Alcoholics Anonymous to help him stop drinking, the 37-year-old Atlanta resident says it wasn't until he tried a treatment option tied to the psychological practice of mindfulness that he was able to put the bottle down.