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News Clips | August 22-24, 2023

"We're not going to be silent": How Great Salt Lake dust could impact west siders

Dust from the Great Salt Lake's exposed lakebed would distinctly impact residents on the west side of Salt Lake City and in Tooele County, per a recent NASA DEVELOP technical report.

University of Utah plans new research center to reduce maternal deaths tied to addiction

Substance use is the leading cause of pregnancy-related death for women in Utah. A $14 million federal grant will help The University of Utah establish a new research center — the ELEVATE Center in Salt Lake City — focused on reducing those deaths.

University of Utah, hospital return to normal operations after widespread computer outage

Technology failures that caused disruptions at the University of Utah and prevented the U.'s hospital from taking in new patients Tuesday have been resolved Wednesday.

University of Utah Health answers your questions about being a living donor

Discover what's all involved with living organ donation.

Climate housing crisis? Global warming and wildfires may ruin property values for homeowners

Rising wildfires could significantly decrease property values unless the world takes aggressive action on climate change, a new study warns.

Israel protests with Amos Guiora on Wednesday's Access Utah

Amos Guiora is Professor in the S.J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah. He is a dual U.S.-Israel citizen and lives in Israel for part of the year. Today we’ll get his view of the ongoing protests in Israel and the violence in the West Bank.

Romney blames the ‘noise makers’ for gridlock on challenges like climate, AI and debt

As University of Utah students funneled back to campus for the first day of classes, Republican Sen. Mitt Romney spoke to a room full of them about artificial intelligence and his irritation with legislators making more noise than policy in Washington D.C.

Sen. Mike Lee says he works for Utahns, not McConnell—and explains why he hugged a Democrat

‘Mitch McConnell is my colleague from Kentucky—I don’t work for the senator from Kentucky, I work for the people of Utah,’ Lee says at Sutherland Institute event.

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