ArchiveTen Things You Need to Know for Tuesday – September 2, 2014Bryan Schott·September 2, 2014· Share Utahns want cops to wear body cameras. SUU drops Sen. Harry Reid's name from a campus building. Mia Love and Doug Owens are about to start their campaign ad blitzes. Countdown: 63 days until the 2014 midterm elections 146 days to the opening day of the 2015 Utah Legislature 427 days until the 2015 elections 503 days to the 2016 Iowa Caucuses (tentative) 798 days to the 2016 presidential election Tuesday's Top-10 headlines: A new poll finds Utahns want cops to wear body cameras, but they're split on whether cops are too quick to use deadly force [Utah Policy]. Southern Utah University drops Sen. Harry Reid's name from a building on campus following a public outcry [Tribune]. House Speaker Becky Lockhart may be pursuing the state superintendent job, she doesn't appear to be abandoning a possible run for governor in 2016 [Deseret News]. The Mia Love and Doug Owens campaigns are set to unleash advertising blitzes ahead of November's election [Daily Herald]. A drunk and bloody man somehow found his way into a building at the state Capitol complex [Tribune, Deseret News]. The Utah Public Service Commission rules against a proposed extra fee on homeowners who have rooftop solar panels [Tribune]. Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker says he has no plans to tackle gun laws as president of the National League of Cities [Tribune]. Former West Valley City Mayor Dennis Nordfelt passes away at the age of 71 [Deseret News]. The Salt Lake City Council is considering a plan to put up $3 million in order to secure federal funding to expand the Sugar House Streetcar line [Tribune]. President Obama continues his push for a minimum wage hike [New York Times]. On this day in history: 1789 – The U.S. Treasury Department was established. 1864 – Gen. William T. Sherman's forces occupied Atlanta during the Civil War. 1901 – Vice President Theodore Roosevelt offered the advice, "Speak softly and carry a big stick," in a speech at the Minesota State Fair. 1945 – Japan formally surrendered, ending World War II. 2005 – President George W. Bush told Michael Brown, head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, "Brownie, you're doing a heck of a job" during a tour of Hurricane Katrina damage in Alabama.