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News Clips | September 14, 2021


Having second- or third-degree relatives with colorectal cancer increases a person’s risk of developing the disease, according to a new study.

Planting trees not only cools down urban centers, they can reduce crime

Salt Lake City officials are looking at ways to cool down what is known as the “Urban Heat Island” effect, UHI.

Tribune Innovation Lab sparks ideas for Salt Lake Valley’s west side

The Innovation Lab hosted a summit to discuss with residents new ideas for the underrepresented communities west of Interstate 15.

How did Utah colleges fare on U.S. News rankings?

Not to project too much here, but Snow College President Brad Cook is likely bringing doughnuts to the office tomorrow.

Children’s cancer center receives $5 million donation to upgrade its facilities

Children with cancer and other chronic illnesses soon will benefit from treatment in an enhanced healing environment at Intermountain Primary Children’s Hospital’s Lehi campus, thanks to a $5 million gift from The Kahlert Foundation.

What I Learned From My 'Mild' Breakthrough Case of COVID

The test results that hot day in early August shouldn't have surprised me — all the symptoms were there.

With three ways to end the pandemic, here's the most likely for COVID-19

Bridget Gordon, owner of the Green Pig Pub in downtown Salt Lake City, has been working on the front lines the entire pandemic.

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