The Utah Supreme Court kills a bid to put a citizen-backed ethics initiative on November's ballot [Tribune, Deseret News].
Gov. Herbert meets with officials from the outdoor industry on Wednesday to discuss a number of issues, including Utah's bid to wrest control of public lands from the federal government [Tribune].
Herbert, along with business leaders, unveils a plan to put more than 20,000 volunteers in Utah's schools [Tribune].
Utah's new policy screening some welfare recipients for drugs goes into effect [Tribune].
Slowing population growth could kill the proposed Lake Powell Pipeline [Tribune].
Provo officials seek a way to pay for road projects without bonding [Daily Herald].
Utah's consumer confidence falls slightly hitting an 8-month low [Tribune, Deseret News].
UTA boss John Inglish retires. Agency officials refuse to release details of his retirement package [Deseret News, KSL].
The House passes Rep. Jason Chaffetz's bill allowing the firing of federal employees who owe back taxes [Tribune].
A new study ranks Provo and Salt Lake City among the top cities for elderly residents [Tribune, Standard-Examiner].