Ten law firms have been named as finalists to help with the investigation into John Swallow. None of those firms are from Utah [Tribune].
A flier purporting to raise money for 4th District candidate Mia Love did not come from the Love campaign [Tribune].
More Latino candidates than ever are running in Salt Lake County’s municipal elections [Tribune]
Common Core opponents demonstrate outside the State Office of Education [Deseret News].
Rolly says Sen. Aaron Osmond’s proposal to end compulsory education in Utah may be driven by a strong Eagle Forum presence among his constituents [Tribune].
A bill passed during the 2013 Legislature provides up to $5 million to help expand the number of natural gas vehicles on Utah’s roads, but some wonder if the money is worth the result [Tribune].
A new study says economic inequality is on the rise in Utah [Utah Policy].
Gov. Gary Herbert gives his support to an Oregon company’s plan to build smaller, modular nuclear reactors [Tribune].
The Utah Board of Education votes to change the way the State School fund is managed, hoping to increase returns on the investments [Tribune].
Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker argues for expanding public transit [Tribune].
Public hearings begin this week for a number of local entities pushing for a tax increase [Deseret News].
Demonstrators rally against the NSA’s data center in Bluffdale [Deseret News].
Utah media outlets want to keep open parts of the trial of a 17-year-old accused of punching and killing a soccer referee [Tribune].
A Uintah housewife is spending her own money to post copies of public documents online [Standard-Examiner].