The Utah Education Association endorses Gary Herbert over Democrat Peter Cooke [Utah Policy, Tribune, Deseret News].
An "accounting error" leaves the Salt Lake City budget $760,000 short [Tribune].
Did a 2005 bill streamlining Utah's computer systems lead to the massive data breach at the Department of Health? [ABC 4]
Anti-hunger groups are worried about the state's plan to re-institute time limits for some food stamp recipients [Tribune].
Sen. Stuart Ried wants Utah's school districts to develop a sex education class for parents [Daily Herald, Fox 13].
Rep. Jennifer Seelig is trying to distance herself from her membership in ALEC [City Weekly].
Two legislative primary elections could mark a turning point for Utah's Democrats [Utah Policy].
Utah's population is growing more slowly than Census numbers suggest [Tribune].
Reagan Outdoor Advertising files suit against Murray City refusal to let them put up a digital billboard along I-15 [Deseret News].
The Utah Transit Authority is considering which services to restore after budget cuts over the last few years [Tribune].