LDS faithful and church officials are upset over a Bloomberg Businessweek article on the Church operating for-profit businesses [Tribune, Deseret News, KSL, ABC 4].
Mia Love calls Jim Matheson's vote to repeal Obamacare "politically expedient" [KUTV].
Bob Bernick says there are lessons for politicians and officials in the Penn State scandal [Utah Policy].
Former President Bill Clinton will visit Utah in August for a fundraiser [ABC 4].
After two years, state officials say the oil spill in Red Butte Creek is as clean as it is probably going to get [Tribune, KSL].
Some interesting tidbits from the luncheon for lawmakers held by Common Core educational standards [Tribune].
A federal agency declares Utah a disaster area due to the drought [Tribune].
Nine candidates step up to fill the vacant mayor's office in Cedar Hills [Daily Herald].
The man who created the controversial anti-Obama float in Huntsville's 4th of July parade says he didn't mean to offend anyone [Fox 13].
Dave Whittekiend takes over as the new supervisor of the Uinta-Cache-Wasatch National Forest [Tribune].