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News Clips | October 14, 2021

University of Utah police officer dies while on duty

U. says Sgt. Kory Newbold died from medical condition.

New exoskeleton from the University of Utah helps amputees walk with renewed energy

Every time Stan Schaar comes to the bionic engineering lab at the University of Utah, he gets a brief respite from the persistent challenge of walking with a prosthetic limb.

‘We’ve never seen anything like this’: As the West’s housing market rages, Utah faces ‘severe imbalance’

More than half of Utah’s households are unable to afford the state’s median priced home. Are hedge funds, investors and cash buyers to blame?

Bad vibes: U of U scientist analyzes potential effects of human-caused vibrations on arch formations

If a rock formation in Arches National Canyon collapses and no one is around to hear it, does it make a noise?

Utah’s overheating housing market isn’t a bubble and could get worse, experts warn

First-ever ‘state of housing’ report highlights fierce competition and rising prices amid dearth of affordable homes and rentals across the state.

With COVID-19 plateauing in Utah and flu season approaching, health officials urge vaccinations

Not only are the seasons changing outside with leaves turning colors and snow falling, flu season is also right around the corner.

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