News Clips | July 16, 2021

Treating the Unvaccinated

In Utah, and across the U.S., doctors are facing a wave of preventable COVID deaths—and trying to convince the hesitant that “it doesn’t have to be this way.”

Garth Brooks will play Rice-Eccles Stadium Saturday and it's going to be hot

Garth Brooks is coming back to the Wasatch Front this weekend. The country music icon will perform at Rice-Eccles Stadium at the University of Utah Saturday evening. It’s part of his stadium concert tour. It will be the first major concert in the area this year.

Study shows how Park City air pollution changed during pandemic

Researchers at the University of Utah are studying how air pollution changed throughout the pandemic in Park City.

‘Our life isn’t the same’ study shows 1 in 5 people suffering from long COVID-19 aren’t able to work

A new study showed some insight into what patients suffering from long COVID-19 are experiencing. The study asked participants suffering from long COVID-19 from 56 different countries more than 250 questions.

Red All Over: Utah football stadium renovations include a new end-zone restaurant

Utah opens the 2021 season in 48 days against Weber State at Rice-Eccles Stadium.

Meet all the Utah athletes competing in the Tokyo Olympics

The state of Utah is going to be well represented in terms of athletes competing at the upcoming Tokyo Summer Olympics.

$13.3 billion Northrop Grumman contract brings 5,000 STEM jobs to Utah

In late August of 2019, the Woodbury Corporation and Hunt Companies broke ground on the new 200,000 square foot Roy Innovation Center to serve as the future headquarters for Northrop Grumman’s nationwide team and support the national Ground Based Strategic Deterrent (GBSD) program.

Only 25% of those with student loans went to graduate school—but they owe around 50% of all student debt

When many people think of the student debt crisis, they think of jaw-dropping six-figure debt totals.