Gov. Gary Herbert endorses Orrin Hatch in his race against Dan Liljenquist [Tribune, Deseret News, Daily Herald, Standard-Examiner].
Mitt Romney will be in Utah on Friday for a number of fundraising events [Tribune].
Mark Crockett and Mike Winder face off in their first debate ahead of the June primary [Tribune, Deseret News].
Carl Wimmer is still trying to sort out what went wrong when he thought he had been offered a job with the Nevada Republican Party [Tribune, Deseret News, KSL, Fox 13].
How to understand political catch-phrases [Utah Policy].
Low snow pack means Utah is facing tough water conditions this year, especially in the southern part of the state [Tribune].
The Salt Lake City Council may move to allow non-binding citizen's initiatives on the ballot. They're currently not allowed by state law [Tribune].
The Salt Lake County Council wants to livestream their meetings online [Tribune].
Fees for parking in downtown Salt Lake City could be on the rise, with no more free parking on Saturday [ABC 4, Fox 13, KUER].
Layton officials say a recreation center would be a big drain on their already tight budget [Standard-Examiner].