The official investigations into John Swallow inch forward [Utah Policy, Tribune].
Greg Skordas, former chief deputy of the Salt Lake County DA’s office, says the allegations against John Swallow really come as no surprise to him [Tribune].
Rep. Rob Bishop says the furloughs at Hill Air Force Base due to sequestration are illegal [Tribune].
Sen. Mike Lee is the the only Republican in the Senate to vote against a measure to keep student loans from doubling [Tribune].
West Valley City Police Department officers will receive “cultural competency” training as part of a larger pact with a number of Latino groups [Tribune].
A Pew survey finds 40% of Mormons in the U.S. live in Utah [Deseret News].
The group seeking an alternative path to Utah’s ballot say a recent fundraising event went so well they plan to move forward at full speed [Deseret News].
Tonight the Hinckley Institute of Politics hosts a televised town hall meeting on how Obamacare will affect Utah [Tribune].
A report from an environmental group labels Arches National Park and Desolation Canyon as “too wild to drill” [Deseret News].
Weirdly, medical marijuana laws in other states are impacting concealed carry permits issued here in Utah [Tribune].
Most Utah divorces were granted in Salt Lake City and Provo, but the statewide number fell in 2012 [Tribune].
Pleasant Grove residents are signing petitions against a proposed 52% property tax hike [Daily Herald].
Longtime Wellington police chief Lee Barry suddenly resigns and city officials are staying mum as to why [Tribune].