2nd Congressional District candidates Chris Stewart and Jay Seegmiller face off in their first debate [Tribune, Deseret News].
Some Utah lawmakers say the process to find a replacement for retiring State School Superintendent Larry Shumway may not be comprehensive enough [Tribune, Deseret News].
EnergySolutions executive Dan Shrum withdraws his name from a nomination for the Radiation Control Board, but the company says it has nothing to do with a critical audit released earlier this week [Tribune].
Flooding in Washington County caused nearly $4 million in damage [Deseret News].
U.S. education officials visit a number of schools in Utah for a first hand look at what progress is being made to improve student performance [Tribune].
It’s been a very bad week for Gov. Gary Herbert politically [Utah Policy].
erbert nominates Barry Lawrence to fill a vacancy on the 3rd District bench [Tribune, Deseret News].
Charging a small fee for the Twilight Concert Series paid off big time for Salt Lake City [Tribune].
Cities are increasingly using social media to communicate during emergency situations [Tribune].
The state Records Committee sides with the media and says the Utah Highway Patrol must release the name of a teenager who was struck by a car in June [Tribune, Deseret News, KSL].