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News Clips | October 19, 2021

To solve murders, Louisville police turn to ‘geofence’ warrants—but net few arrests

Last month, as dozens of people gathered for a vigil to remember and honor 16-year-old Tyree Smith, a Jefferson Circuit Court judge was signing search warrants that police hoped would help them track down his killer.

Cities or farms: Who gets the water?

A University of Utah economist says the state, which is trying to recover from severe drought, has enough water to deal with a growing population, if we just make some changes—difficult changes that probably won’t be popular with farmers.

Shrinking Great Salt Lake’s impact on ‘Lake Effect' snow, resort snowpack

Numerous storms in parts of Utah have already blanketed higher elevation mountains with snow as we creep closer to November.

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

According to the Utah Department of Health, breast cancer is the most commonly-occurring cancer in the U.S. and the leading cause of female cancer-related deaths in Utah.

Here’s how Salt Lake City’s mayor wants to spend millions in coronavirus relief

Child care, park rangers, neighborhood centers, affordable housing and homeless services—along with bolstering the budget—top Erin Mendenhall’s list for $85M in stimulus money.

Is permanent inflation a byproduct of continuing supply chain disruptions?

The ongoing global supply chain disruptions are creating scarcity and price increases, but will the inflation be permanent?

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