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News Clips | September 16-22, 2023

'Who killed Doug Coleman?' on Wednesday's Access Utah

The headline from the Salt Lake Tribune from May is “Who killed Doug Coleman? Mystery of gay man killed in 1978 still lingers.”

UteQuake returns as UofU set to use seismograph to track 'earthquake-like' celebrations

UteQuake is making a comeback at Rice-Eccles Stadium as the University of Utah faces off against UCLA on Saturday.

Cow farts are bad for Earth, but cow burps are worse. New plan could help cows belch less.

Belching – not flatulence – is the major cause of methane produced by the world’s cows and a Seattle-based company has just won $1.5 million to test a product to make cows burp less.

'College town magic': University of Utah opens final wing of first-year student housing village

Shortly after taking the reins of the University of Utah as the school's 17th president, Taylor Randall said that he wanted to "dispel the perception of the U. as a commuter campus."

After a surprise resignation, the Utah Board of Higher Ed has its work cut out for it

The Utah Board of Higher Education was completely overhauled earlier this year and now the new members — who had their first meeting in August — face a big task: hire a new commissioner to oversee the state’s higher education.

They’re packed ‘like sardines’ at city hall so St. George is building a new one

The price of being one of the fastest-growing cities in the U.S. is an estimated $45 million. That’s the cost of the new city hall St. George has broken ground on.

How rural southwest Utah is proving the potential of renewable geothermal energy

There’s a new hotspot in the world of geothermal energy: a seemingly sleepy valley in Beaver County. Its secret? The valley sits on top of bedrock that reaches temperatures up to 465 degrees Fahrenheit.

Water Documenters brings notes from Utah water meetings to the public

Paid documenters will help keep an eye on Utah’s public meetings involving water.

Utah’s fastest growing county empties out most mornings. Leaders are trying to change that.

Water availability, increased traffic and loss of small-town feel are all concerns for Tooele County officials.

5 finalists seeking $1.5M University of Utah prize to help climate change

Five finalists are waiting to find out who won a $1.5 million prize offered by the University of Utah, hoping to fund their innovative plans to help the planet — but only one can take home the money.

Hundreds of new affordable housing units coming to northern Utah

Foundations funded by two large Utah companies have outlined their plans to build 850 affordable housing units in Utah over the next three years.

Unmask the dangers of social media on Utah kids, families

Statewide Social Media Harms campaign aims to strengthen and protect kids, families.

University of Utah Health and AHA invite you to get your heart pumping

University of Utah Health and the American Heart Association want you to get your heart pumping this Saturday for a great cause – YOUR HEALTH – and joining the Annual Heart and Stroke Walk benefitting the American Heart Association.

Utah woman hopes to challenge firearm restrictions for felons at US Supreme Court

In Utah, convicted felon Mindy Vincent is trying to elevate her fight to regain the right to own a firearm, hoping for a hearing in the U.S. Supreme Court.

No anxiety exists around U of U math professor Ken Golden's classes

At this point, we have all heard of STEM education, that is Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. And there’s also STEAM education which includes the Arts.

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