How Sen. Orrin Hatch went from being vulnerable to the frontrunner in the U.S. Senate race [Tribune].
Hatch's campaign says there's a "very good chance" they'll ask Mitt Romney to campaign in Utah on his behalf [Utah Policy].
Mia Love says Jim Matheson will have a hard time "putting her in a box" during their contest for Utah's 4th Congressional district [Deseret News].
Attorney General Mark Shurtleff apologizes for calling Love a "novelty" during Saturday's state convention [Tribune].
Tea Party candidate David Kirkham says his decision to endorse Gov. Gary Herbert after being eliminated at the state convention was completely spontaneous [Deseret News].
Environmental groups protest a decision to lease public lands for tar sands mining [Tribune].
The Utah Department of Transportation wants Utah Democrats to shut up about an employee who won her job back after being wrongfully terminated. The employee was accused of leaking information about a $13 million payoff to a losing bidder on the I-15 reconstruction project [Tribune].
Opponents of the SkiLink proposal will rally today ahead of a meeting of groups planning to form a coalition to promote the plan [Tribune].
Gay-rights advocates meet with LDS Church officials [Tribune, Deseret News].
A University of Utah student lands the coolest internship ever - working with comedian Stephen Colbert [Tribune].