Ben McAdams will learn (maybe) who his November opponent will be when Salt Lake County releases the counts for absentee and provisional ballots in the County Mayoral primary contest [Tribune, Deseret News].
Lawmakers aren't letting the Constitutional Review Commission do its job [Utah Policy].
A new poll shows most Utahns oppose same-sex marriage, but they are beginning to warm up to the idea of civil unions [Deseret News].
Holladay officials are considering whether to allow a home-based business dealing in firearms there [Tribune].
Utah's state forester says he plans to restrict target shooting in rural areas to lessen the danger from wildfires [Standard-Examiner, Daily Herald].
Many LDS Church members drop their opposition to a new high-rise at the Missionary Training Center after leaders ask to get on board [Tribune].
A new report shows Utah's federally-owned lands are worth $14 million to the state's economy [Deseret News].
Sen. John Valentine wants to memorialize artist Arnold Friberg with a special license plate [Daily Herald].
Utah taxpayers may be on the hook for the legal battle with a polygamist sect in Southern Utah [Tribune].
Are gay Mormons allowed to serve as leaders in the Boy Scouts? [Tribune]