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News Clips | October 15, 2021

Utah’s new Covid cases are dropping, but hospitals remain overwhelmed.

While the number of daily Covid cases in Utah has begun to fall, the state’s hospitals are still overwhelmed and public health leaders are asking residents not to let their guards down.

U of U Police invite public to leave mementos for fallen officer

The University of Utah Police invite the public to stop by and leave kind mementos behind for a fallen officer.

Utah is trying to get fans in Rice-Eccles Stadium earlier for the ASU game

What are some of the aspects of the game day experience that can make it harder for fans to get in seats at kickoff?

Shipping container apartments’ opening delayed by global shortages, developer says

Box 500 promises more than 80 units for renters making less than 60% the Salt Lake City’s median income.

Predicting phosphine reactivity with one simple metric

Phosphines are among the most important ligands for transition metal catalysis.

Should skiers be able to pay to skip lift lines? Snowbird owner POWDR’s new Fast Tracks hits backlash in Utah, Oregon

On Monday, ski resort conglomerate POWDR unveiled its Fast Tracks program, a daily upgrade that gives guests access to an expedited lift line.

Held for Ransom: Why colleges must be proactive to prevent cyberattacks

Institutions are huge targets for hackers because of their openness and because of what they possess.

AI Rapidly Diagnoses Rare Disorders in Critically Ill Children

An artificial intelligence (AI)-based technology rapidly diagnoses rare disorders in critically ill children with high accuracy.

In the calm before the superbug storm, the world needs to prepare

Failing to plan, it’s been said, is planning to fail.

Intermountain, University of Utah team up to keep communities healthy through prevention

The two largest health care organizations in Utah are hoping to transform medicine through a new program.

Executive confidence dips yet job growth continues to rebound

The Salt Lake Chamber’s CEOutlook released today shows forward progress in job growth but a slight dip in confidence levels from 2021-Q1.

Navajo Nation reports 11 new COVID-19 cases, six new deaths

On Wednesday, the Navajo Department of Health released a report saying 11 new COVID-19 cases and six deaths in the Navajo Nation.

Silicon Slopes insists it doesn't want to turn Utah into California

The leaders of Silicon Slopes insist they don't want to turn Utah into California.

Why the tourism boom at national parks is leaving local workers homeless

Just outside of Zion National Park, a community of local tourism industry workers is forced to live off the land, homeless.

New study reveals which Utah cities, counties saw biggest housing price increases

Any guesses for which Utah areas saw the biggest price jumps in home sales over the past year?

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