Barack Obama’s political group, Organizing for America, has a rally in front of his Salt Lake office in favor of immigration reform [Tribune].
Utah Democratic Party Chairman Jim Dabakis employs some weird logic when arguing against ditching the caucus system for nominating candidates [Utah Policy].
FrontRunner ridership is rising after a few years of flat numbers [Tribune].
Gov. Gary Herbert declares may as “Clean Air Month” in Utah [Tribune, KSL].
Kennecott announces layoffs are coming after the big landslide at the Bingham Canyon Mine [Tribune, Deseret News].
Former Layton City Councilman Bob Stevenson says he will run for Mayor to replace the outgoing Steve Curtis [Standard-Examiner].
Former Utah County Commissioner David Gardner, who had a num ber of run-ins with the law at the end of his political career, passes away at the age of 58 [Tribune, Deseret News].
The Salt Lake County Council of Governments consider a proposal to help fund services for the homeless [Deseret News].
Questar Gas asks for a rate hike [Deseret News].
eBay opens its new data center in Draper [Tribune< /a>].