Mia Love could be quite the formidable opponent for Jim Matheson in November [Tribune].
Utah relents and pays the attorney fees for wrongfully fired UDOT employee Denise Graham [Tribune, Deseret News, KSL, Fox 13].
Democrats are once again trying to pin controversy at UDOT on Gov. Gary Herbert as their campaign strategy [Deseret News].
Herbert got more than 10,000 calls, emails and letters prior to vetoing a controversial sex ed bill [Tribune].
Breaking down Herbert's and his Democratic challenger Peter Cooke's stance on same-sex marriage [Fox 13].
Restaurant owners say the dearth of liquor licenses in Utah is reaching a "critical point" [ABC 4].
Salt Lake City's hold on lucrative trade shows, like Outdoor Retailers, is not a sure thing [Tribune].
A profile of Eureka Mayor Milton Hanks, who sparked controversy and outrage at the state GOP convention [Tribune].
Sen. Mike Lee endorses Republican Chris Stewart in the race for Utah's 2nd Congressional district [Deseret News, KSL].
With Indiana Senator Dick Lugar's defeat last week, a win by Orrin Hatch would make him the most senior Republican in the Senate [Tribune].