1,100 boxes of documents from the 2002 Olympics will be made public next month, but don't expect any insight about Mitt Romney's time as head of the games from them [Tribune].
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Peter Cooke wants Utah to help graduates pay off their student loans through volunteering [Tribune, KSL].
Salt Lake County Democratic Party Chair Mary Bishop resigns to manage Cooke's campaign [Deseret News].
Former Gov. Jon Huntsman and his wife Mary Kaye will be honored by Equality Utah at their "Allies" dinner in September [Tribune].
The U.S. House approves a measure from Rep. Jason Chaffetz to sell "Y Mountain" to BYU [Tribune, KSL].
The Utah GOP is marshaling volunteers to help Mitt Romney in battleground states [Tribune].
Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker is in Washington to discuss how the Environmental Protection Agency benefits Utah [KUTV].
The Utah Transit Authority gets a $1.5 million grant to help convert some of its buses from diesel to compressed natural gas [Tribune].
The number of Utah children living in poverty jumps by 45% [Tribune].
The American Legislative Exchange Council kicks off their meeting in Salt Lake City among protests [Fox 13, KUTV].