The large number of fires burning across Utah is putting a strain on the local Red Cross' resources [Tribune].
Does Mia Love's plan to balance the federal budget go too far? [Tribune]
Two social studies teachers are heading the campaign of 2nd Congressional District Democratic candidate Jay Seegmiller [Tribune].
There will be no Salt Lake City bid for the 2022 Olympic games after the USOC decides no American city will vie to host those games [Tribune, Deseret News].
Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker says he has serious concerns Salt Lake City needs to address before bidding to host another Olympics [KSL].
A court ruling blocks an ethics reform initiative from November's ballot, but the case is likely headed toward the Supreme Court [Tribune].
The Utah Supreme Court rejects an argument that restrictions on gathering signatures for a ballot initiative hurt the process [Deseret News, KSL].
Francine Giani discusses her efforts to change the culture at the DABC [ABC 4].
Summer travel is boosting business for Utah's hotels and resorts [Tribune].
A unauthorized smartphone app developed for Salt Lake City's Twilight Concert Series is generating some controversy [Tribune].