State Senators are urged to keep quiet on the John Swallow situation because they may have to act as a jury if impeachment proceedings against him move forward [Utah Policy].
The Tribune editorial board says the impeachment talk against Swallow is beginning to take up too much energy and it might be best if he were to resign [Tribune].
Gun lobbyist Clark Aposhian is ordered to give up his weapons, at least temporarily, after his ex-wife’s new husband files a civic stalking complaint against him [Tribune].
19 Utah mayors send a letter to Sens. Orrin Hatch and Mike Lee urging them to help pass comprehensive immigration reform [Tribune, Daily Herald].
Some 2016 Republican hopefuls are set to join Mitt Romney in Park City this week [Tribune].
The Granite School District considers hiring a collection agency to go after parents who are late paying student fees [Tribune].
Salt Lake City off icials say the new bike sharing program is quite popular in the first few weeks of operation [Tribune].
A new study says Salt Lake City is among the top-12 cities for environmental sustainability [City Weekly].
Embattled businessman Jeremy Johnson and federal prosecutors accuse each other of witness intimidation during a contentious court hearing [Tribune, KSL].
The ACLU files a federal lawsuit after they allege tear gas was used against inmates in the mental-health facility at the Utah State Prison [Tribune].