Hebert doesn't think Utah's liquor laws hurt economic development or tourism in the state [Utah Policy, Tribune].
Mia Love begins learning the ropes in Washington, D.C. [Tribune].
The proposal from the Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice for reducing Utah's prison population does not address sex offenders who are behind bars [KSL].
Bob Bernick says the choice of Greg Hughes as Speaker may prove to be an interesting one [Utah Policy].
The Census Bureau says Utah is tops in the nation for people who live in a home with a computer [Tribune].
The case against alleged fraudster Jeremy Johnson hits a snag as defense lawyers say a former employee for Johnson took a computer that contains information vital to his defense [Deseret News, Tribune].
The National Cathedral will host a Muslim prayer service for the first time ever [Washington Post].
There's turmoil within the Utah County GOP over party faithful who supported a non-GOP candidate [Tribune].
On this day in history:
1881 – Charles Guiteau went on trial for assassinating President James Garfield. He was convicted and hanged.
1972 – The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed above 1,000 for the first time.
1995 – The U.S. government instituted a partial shutdown, closing national parks and museums while government offices operated with skeleton staffing.