More big Republican names like Speaker John Boehner and House Majority Leader Eric Cantor are coming to Utah to campaign for Mia Love [Tribune].
Sen. Orrin Hatch uses a mild profanity when talking about the Obama administration with a group of students [Deseret News].
Democrat Jay Seegmiller calls his opponent, Republican Chris Stewart, is a hypocrite for taking millions of dollars in federal contracts and stimulus money [Tribune].
A committee tells Gov. Gary Herbert and Mayor Ralph Becker to pursue another bid for the Winter Olympics in 2026 [Tribune, Deseret News].
Utah’s unemployment rate drops to 5.4%, one of the lowest in the nation [Tribune, Deseret News, KSL, ABC 4].
Salt Lake County Sheriff Jim Winder tears into Mark Crockett’s criminal justice reform proposal [Deseret News, KSL].
Bob Bernick says the judicial retention portion of the ballot is boring, but important [Utah Policy].
Former presidential candidate Ron Paul speaks at Utah Valley University [Deseret News].
A wrongful termination suit says a Weber County Commission candidate tried to intimidate employees into supporting a Republican candidate for sheriff [Tribune].
Plans to renovate the Capitol Theater are moving ahead even though federal funding failed to materialize this year [Tribune].