The seven 2nd District Republican candidates face off in a debate trying to win the support of delegates [Tribune, Deseret News, KSL].
Sen. Orrin Hatch's campaign is confident heading into next week's state convention [Deseret News].
The Democratic candidates for U.S. Senate are set to debate on Wednesday night [Daily Herald].
There will be no immigration resolutions at GOP conventions this year [Utah Policy].
Republicans and Democrats hold conventions in Utah, Iron and Washington counties [Deseret News].
The personal data breach at the Utah Department of Health is now believed to include as many as 800,000 Utahns [Tribune, Deseret News, ABC 4, Daily Herald].
Larry EchoHawk resigns as head of the Bureau of Indian Affairs to take a position as an LDS General Authority [Tribune].
The Utah Supreme Court considers a challenge to an education bill passed by the 2008 legislature today [Tribune].
Officials are urging home owners to make seismic upgrades to their houses [Deseret News, ABC 4].