NEW YORK — With this season’s flu vaccine protecting only one in 4 people, scientists are working on new manufacturing techniques and virus-killing methods to update the creaky, 80-year-old process now used to inoculate the population.
SALT LAKE CITY — A total of 256 people died on Utah roadways in 2014, up 16 percent from the previous year, according to a report by the Utah Department of Transportation.
It represents Utah’s highest death toll since 2008 and reverses
Here’s how I see the rest of the 2014-15 season going for the Weber State Wildcats:
I … have … no … idea.
Could be good; might be bad. They might go on a run; they could struggle.
BOUNTIFUL — Davis County Library will host Shannon Hale, New York Times best-selling author and Newbery Honor Award winner, for a free presentation and book signing.
The author of the Books of Bayern series, Princess Academy series, Ever
LAYTON — When Alyssa Holt was 12 years old, she returned home from girls’ camp in Heber Valley with an unwanted hitchhiker.
Attached to her right hip was a tick, the size of a sesame seed. Her mother, Lori, removed the tick with a