Traci Gunderson, former head of the Utah Division of Consumer Protection, has filed an ethics complaint against Attorney General John Swallow alleging he talked with a businessman facing a criminal complaint without telling her agency [Tribune].
The Salt Lake City Council decides phase two of the Sugar House Streetcar will run along 1100 East [Tribune, Deseret News].
Sen. Orrin Hatch proposes an amendmen t to the immigration reform bill that would require undocumented immigrants who seek permanent residency to provide a DNA sample to be compared with criminal databases [Tribune].
The Utah Transit Authority will consider a number of alternatives when deciding whether or not to abolish their own police force [Tribune].
A dozen groups band together to oppose the proposed West Davis Corridor [Tribune, Standard-Examiner].
The Salt Lake County Council approves a number of measures to boost funding for transportation proj ects, include possibly issuing $40 million in bonds next year [Tribune].
The Utah County GOP picks 24-year-old Casey Voeks as their new chairman [Daily Herald].
Former State Rep. Holly Richardson is reportedly considering a challenge to freshman Rep. Brian Greene in 2014 [Tribune].
New numbers show a 13-percent drop in crime in Ogden since 2011 [Standard-Examiner].
Sequestration cuts mean some summer school programs will be eliminated in the Davis School District [KUTV].