Utah's Congressional delegation says they will leave whether to accept Medicaid expansion up to Gov. Gary Herbert [Tribune].
Utah's give Barack Obama his lowest approval ratings at just 26% [Tribune].
A vocal crowd of opponents show up at a hearing about a new Salt Lake County tax to fund law enforcement [Tribune, Deseret News].
Rep. Fred Cox is bristling over what he calls "blackmail" by the outdoor industry's demand to be included in any public land policy making [Tribune].
Utah gets nearly $6 million in grants from the Department of Transportation for a number of projects around the state [Tribune].
Uintah County officials admit they violated state law when they held a closed-door meeting to discuss federal plans to reduce the amount of lands available for oil shale production [Deseret News].
A judge orders Tooele to pay a developer more than $20 million who claims the city failed to live up to their end of an agreement on a real estate development [Tribune].
Salt Lake County launches an effort to get public input on the plans for Parleys, Big Cottonwood and Little Cottonwood canyons [Tribune, Deseret News].
DABC stores will have special parking stalls painted with an anti-underage drinking message [ABC 4].
Experts say Utah is at the highest risk for wildfire of the entire summer season [Deseret News].