Lt. Gov. Greg Bell is cleared of any crimes when he got involved in a child custody case [Tribune].
A number of county officials tell the Prison Relocation Authority Commission they can house more state inmates, which will save the state money [Tribune].
The Salt Lake District Attorney rules West Valley City police officers were not justified when they shot and killed Danielle Willard [Tribune].
Two associates of accused fraudster Jeremey Johnson settle a lawsuit brought against them by the FTC [Tribune].
Today is the last day for early voting in the municipal primary elections [Tribune].
As public opinion rises against Russia’s anti-gay laws ahead of the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, some call for the games to be moved to Salt Lake City. Could the Beehive State be ready in a year to host another games? [Tribune]
A new poll shows a majority of Utahns support the massive NSA data center at Camp Williams, but less than half think the agency is violating the Constitutional by spying on Americans [Tribune].
Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams taps outgoing Salt Lake City Councilman Carlton Christensen for a position in his administration [Tribune].
The four people vying to be the next mayor of Holladay want to focus on getting the stalled Cottonwood Mall project going again [Tribune].
Utah public housing agencies say $2.2 million in federal grants to make improvements is not enough to do the job [Tribune].