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News Clips | October 2-4, 2021

‘Retro’ gene found in monkeys may lead to immunity against HIV, other viral diseases

A gene found in animals could be the key to stopping viruses, including HIV and Ebola, dead in their tracks, according to a new study.

Arrest made in shooting death of University of Utah football player

Aaron Lowe, 21, died in a shooting at a house party Sept. 26.

Drought Brings Scrutiny to Utah's High Water Use, Low Rates

With 88% of Utah in exceptional drought conditions, there’s new scrutiny of the state’s place among the highest municipal per capita water users in the United States.

To get help buying a house in Utah, how about sharing the equity you’ll earn?

Brokerage firm Landed helps Utah families make bigger down payments and avoid costly mortgage insurance.

Utah courts dig in on initiatives to make the justice system more fair

Seeking a protective order against an abusive ex. How to deal with a landlord who won't fix a broken heater in the dead of winter. Getting wrongly fired from a job.

Doctors Grow Frustrated Over COVID-19 Denial, Misinformation

Front-line medical workers are growing weary of COVID-19 denial and misinformation in treating unvaccinated patients during the delta-driven surge.

From ‘extreme maskers’ to dōTERRA, here’s why Gov. Spencer Cox’s critics are frustrated about his response to COVID-19.

As coronavirus cases soar again, the governor has avoided mask wars and stayed focused on vaccination.

Fatigue. Aches. Difficulty breathing. For some Utah kids, post-COVID-19 issues are worse than the virus

There's a long list of activities that 9-year-old Emery Blackburn just isn't up to anymore, like twirling on the monkey bars at recess, racing her friends or competing in sports.

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