The House investigation of Attorney General John Swallow gets underway. The effort could take months to complete [Utah Policy, Tribune].
Swallow says he’s “blown away” by the investigation and wonders how things got to this point [KSL].
A report says Utah’s federal lands generate $12 billion in economic activity [Daily Herald].
The Tooele City Council mulls banning e-cigarettes in public places because the vapors they emit could contain toxic chemicals [Tribune].
Herriman Mayor Joshua Mills resigns saying he doesn’t have sufficient time to do the job [Tribune].
The Jordan School District approves a $495 million dollar bond. The question now goes to voters [KSL].
The Salt Lake City School Board approves a $3.2 million property tax hike [Tribune].
Wages in Salt Lake City are lagging behind the national average [Tribune].
The Utah Transit Authority cuts pay for some part-time drivers, but not for executives [Tribune].
Questions arise after the state awards an advertising contract for an anti-smoking campaign to a firm that worked to weaken indoor clean air standards in Nevada [Tribune].
The Salt Lake County Council rejects a rezoning request to accommodate a proposed development at the mouth of Big Cottonwood Canyon [Tribune].
A pornographic website claims a cyber attack against their servers originated from the LDS Church [City Weekly].
Congratulations to Tribune reporter Thomas Burr who has once again been honored by the National Press Club [Tribune].