The legislative panel tasked with investigating Attorney General John Swallow’s alleged misdeeds holds their first meeting today [Deseret News].
The Attorney General’s office has been taken off the case against Mark Sessions Jenson, who has levelled numerous bombshell allegations against Swallow [Tribune].
Sens. Orrin Hatch and Mike Lee join the fight to preserve the tradition of starting meetings with a prayer [Tribune].
Candidates for offices in West Valley City say restoring confidence in the embattled police department is a top priority [Tribune].
Valley Mental Health makes an agreement with Salt Lake County to reduce the number of patients who will be dropped due to budget cuts [Fox 13].
Cuts in food stamp benefits will affect more than 250,000 Utahns [Deseret News].
Two plants that mostly grow over oil shale deposits in Utah could be listed as endangered species, complicating plans to mine in those areas [Tribune].
A new study says between 6 and 12-percent of the natural gas in Utah’s Uinta Basin is escaping into the atmosphere [Tribune].
A federal lawsuit claims a Utah Transit Authority maintenance worker was required to have sex with her boss and managers turned a deaf ear to her complaints [Tribune].
BYU is once again named the nation’s most “stone cold sober” campus, the 16th straight year the school has earned that honor [Deseret News].