Gov. Gary Herbert says a lack of liquor licenses is becoming a big problem for Utah [Tribune, Deseret News, KSL, Standard Examiner].
LaVarr Webb remembers a campaign where having the incumbent debate the challenger was a good idea...for the incumbent [Utah Policy].
Sen. Orrin Hatch leads the charge against a proposal that would have subjected makers of dietary supplements to more regulation from the Food and Drug Administration [Tribune].
Bob Bernick says a proposed change in the way fiscal notes are determined on Utah's Capitol Hill may not be such a good idea [Utah Policy].
Officials worry that poor air quality may cause the feds to pull road construction funds [Tribune].
Herbert names Jefferson Burton as the new Adjutant General for the Utah National Guard [Deseret News, Daily Herald, ABC 4, Standard-Examiner].
The Utah Water Quality Board is struggling with how to find the best way to protect the Great Salt Lake [Tribune].
Utah is slated to get $1.5 million from the EPA to clean up some contaminated land [Tribune].
Utah is once again seeing cases of whooping cough [Tribune].
The Salt Lake Tribune halts publication of their Spanish language newspaper [Deseret News].