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News Clips | August 31, 2021

Disabled Student Hopes New Normal Means More Compassion As School Resumes In Person

Anna Stephens is a physics and astronomy student at the University of Utah. At first, she hated the idea of attending class remotely last school year.

SLC Says No Bike Lanes Are Needed Near U—That Has Cyclists Worried

Salt Lake City’s Complete Streets ordinance is meant to encourage biking and walking instead of driving by creating a safe space for non-motorists.

University of Utah Health is first hospital system in state to require that employees get COVID-19 vaccine

The medical board approved the mandate after the FDA gave full approval to the Pfizer vaccine.

Former police chief sues the University of Utah for $2.5 million

Rodney Chatman says he was mistreated by the school, including being put on leave for nine months.

Seasonal flu in Utah expected to collide with COVID-19 in 'twindemic'

The seasonal flu this fall will likely arrive on top of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Is COVID vaccine safe while pregnant? A pregnant infectious disease doctor answers

Dr. Hannah Imlay did not feel hesitant about the COVID-19 vaccine until she found out she was pregnant.

What’s next for those left in Afghanistan?

The United States has officially ended its longest war.

The best of Salt Lake City's great outdoors (and indoors)

Whether you enjoy exploring the great outdoors, wandering through a museum, learning about your family history or experiencing Olympic activities, Salt Lake City, Utah, has it all.

NPR Utah Station Launches Politics Podcast

NPR radio station KUER, which broadcasts from the University of Utah, is releasing State Street on September 13th. The goal of hosts KUER reporters Sonja Hutson and Emily Means is to make politics taste good.

Census figures reflect aging of rural Utah

While most of the world was on pandemic lockdown last year, Lisa Jeppson and her husband put more than 2,000 miles on their side-by-side ATV exploring the natural wonders of Wayne County.

As Schools Reopen, Child Psychiatrists Expect To See A Surge Of Kids Who Need Help

As schools across the country reopen, mental health professionals are anticipating a surge in the number of kids seeking help in the coming weeks. That's not unlike previous years.

California Planted Trees to Fight Climate Change. Those Trees Are Now on Fire.

California’s emissions reduction program is going up in smoke because regulators severely underestimated the impact of climate change–fueled wildfires.

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