Rep. Jim Matheson is one of five Democrats who joined House Republicans in a vote to repeal Obamacare [Tribune, Deseret News, KSL].
An investigation into possible corruption at the DABC may end with no charges being filed [ABC 4].
The battle over Common Core educational standards is heating up [Tribune].
Utah sues Conoco Phillips saying the oil company filed $25 million in fraudulent insurance claims with the state to help clean up leaky underground fuel tanks [Deseret News].
The Utah state forester bans target shooting in a large part of Utah to help reduce the danger from wildfires [Tribune].
Syracuse officials give their fire chief the authority to ban fireworks [Standard-Examiner].
The Utah Transit Authority is working to silence horns on the Frontrunner trains [Tribune].
Salt Lake City's public transit is tops in the nation in the ability to get people to their jobs [Tribune].
A promised multi-million dollar donation from insurance companies to fund a pilot program to treat autism still hasn't materialized [Tribune].
Salt Lake County Council members are impressed by a proposed $33 million renovation of the Capitol Theater downtown [Tribune].