Jon and Mary Kaye Huntsman speak to a sold-out crowd at Equality Utah’s annual “Allies Dinner” [Utah Policy, Tribune, Deseret News, Fox 13].
Jim Matheson and Mia Love meet in debate #2 [Deseret News, KSL].
Gov. Gary Herbert tries to put his finger on why the Republican Party struggles attracting Latino voters [Tribune].
Democrat Peter Cooke lets loose, saying Herbert has failed in his job providing oversight for a number of state agencies [Tribune, Deseret News].
Some wonder why the Utah County Republican Party is donating to Legislative candidates from Salt Lake County [Tribune].
Utah looks for public input on a plan to reduce pollution [Tribune, Deseret News].
Critics slam a new report that says Utah is tops in the nation for paying public employees close to their private sector counterparts [Tribune].
Utah conservation groups ask the Department of the Interior to keep wolves on the endangered species list in order to allow their “natural re-introduction” to the state [Tribune].
American Fork is being sued over its panhandling ordinance [Tribune].
Salt Lake City police shoot a man in downtown who claimed to have a bomb and threatened to blow himself up at the Gallivan Center Trax station on Main Street [Tribune].