Mitt Romney pulls off a hat trick, winning primaries in Wisconsin, Maryland and Washington, D.C. [Politico]
Orrin Hatch, Dan Liljenquist and Chris Herrod are scheduled to debate tonight at Juan Diego High School [Tribune, City Weekly].
The legislature makes a change to campaign finance rules that could impact some in the Salt Lake County Mayor's race [Utah Policy].
Despite record turnout at this year's caucus meetings, some are still calling for changes to Utah's nominating system [Deseret News].
Josie Valdez and Rep. Mark Wheatley look to become Utah's first married couple legislators [Tribune].
Utah's Josh James has been invited to the White House for the signing of the JOBS Act [Deseret News].
The Provo Municipal Council drops a residency requirement for department heads [Tribune].
Two Utah County Democrats drop their candidacies for the legislature in order to not put the party through a contentious nominating fight [Daily Herald].
A committee assigned to narrow the field of candidates for State School Board will no longer automatically forward the names of incumbents [Tribune].
Business at City Creek Center is beating expectations in the first two weeks after opening [ABC 4].
The Salt Lake City Library is working with other agencies to better serve homeless patrons [Tribune].