Gov. Gary Herbert acts on the final bills from the 2012 session, issuing one more veto on technical grounds [Tribune, Deseret News,
Activists rejoice after Gov. Herbert signs "Lonnie's Law" [Fox 13].
Census numbers show a majority of Utah children are now ethnic minorities who speak 129 different languages [Tribune].
Lawyers for environmental activist Tim DeChristopher say he has been placed in isolation in prison because an unidentified member of Congress complained [Tribune, ABC 4, Daily Herald, Fox 13].
Spanish Fork terminates police chief Dee Rosenbaum after he lost his certification due to a shoplifting incident [Daily Herald, Deseret News].
Liquor outlets in Duchesne county have closed temporarily after operators of the stores died [Tribune].
Sen. Mike Lee allows the nomination of Richard Shelby to the federal bench to move forward [Tribune].
Utah's high-risk health insurance pool is burning through funding at an astonishing rate [Tribune].
Utah is out of liquor permits for bars and restaurants [ABC 4].
Attorney General candidate John Swallow campaigns while attending the healthcare reform hearings in front of the Supreme Court [Deseret News].