Sen. Orrin Hatch says Congress can no longer wait to deal with immigration reform [Tribune].
Two controversial gun laws are set to make a return appearance during the 2014 Legislature [Tribune].
The big landslide at Kennecott Utah Copper could hike property taxes for residents in Salt Lake County next year [Tribune].
Rep. Jason Chaffetz says he’s not convinced the Boston Marathon bombers acted alone and wants t he feds to investigate how they got the materials to make explosives and how they developed their plan [Tribune].
Rep. Jim Matheson sends Congressional leadership a letter protesting a reported plan to exempt Congress from some of the provisions in Obamacare [KSL].
The Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District is considering a proposal to raise water rates for residents in Salt Lake County [Tribune].
A report says the total amount of fraud that could come out of the data breach at the Utah Health Department could end up costing banks and consumers more than $400 million [Tribune] .
Automatic budget cuts from the sequester are poised to hit some segments of Utah quite hard [Tribune].
West Valley City Mayor Mike WInder’s political future could depend on how he handles the scandal within that city’s police department [Tribune].
San Diego’s Mayor wants Mitt Romney to help with that city’s bid to host the 2024 Olympics [Standard-Examiner].