Utah's influence in Congress will get a little bit larger after November [Tribune].
The faces on Utah's Capitol Hill will look a lot different after November's election [Utah Policy].
Ann Romney endorses Mia Love in Utah's 4th Congressional District [Deseret News].
Auditor Auston Johnson might have lost his primary matchup with John Dougall because he crossed a number of Utah lawmakers [Tribune].
A Cottonwood Heights man has been cited by police for making threatening phone calls to Attorney General candidate Sean Reyes [Deseret News, KSL].
Our insiders discuss why Orrin Hatch was able to defeat Dan Liljenquist so handily [Utah Policy].
Last month was the driest June in Salt Lake City ever [Tribune].
There are 47 Utah law enforcement agencies using license plate scanners [Tribune].
Salt Lake County still hasn't stepped up to the plate to pay for their part of the proposed performing arts center [Tribune].
A group of Mormons march to Ensign Peak and resign from the LDS Church en masse [Tribune].