Gov. Gary Herbert fires the head of the Department of Technology Services director Stephen Fletcher in the wake of the massive data breach at the Department of Health [Tribune, KSL, ABC 4].
An audit finds UDOT misspent $10,000 on hotel stays for employees at a conference [Tribune, Deseret News, Daily Herald].
Utah Republicans select mostly Mitt Romney approved delegates to the national convention [Utah Policy].
After Arizona's governor vetoes a bill to reclaim federal lands in that state, Utah is alone in the new "sagebrush rebellion" [Tribune].
A Dan Liljenquist supporter says he is launching a hunger strike to try and persuade Orrin Hatch to agree to more debates ahead of the June primary [Utah Policy].
Utah hosts the annual Unconventional Fuels Conference, which doesn't focus much on renewable energy [Tribune].
A report says the Green River is the #2 "most endangered" river in America [Tribune, KSL].
Taylorsville considers joining the Unified Police Department [Tribune].
The Republican primary for an at-large Salt Lake County Council seat looks to be a complete toss-up [Utah Policy].
A resolution against the Citizen's United Supreme Court decision will officially be on the Salt Lake City ballot in November [Tribune].
A Cedar Hills city council meeting gets testy as residents fight over an audit of the city's finances [Daily Herald].
Some residents are upset about plans for a nine-story building at the Missionary Training Center in Provo [Daily Herald, Tribune].