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Rewind: News you may have missed over the weekend

Published April 15, 2013 8:58 am
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Welcome to Weekend Rewind, a glance back at The Salt Lake Tribune's top news stories, photos and opinions you may have missed over the weekend.

Top stories this past weekend

Utah Legislature unlikely to override guv's gun veto • Gov. Gary Herbert's veto of a bill that would let adult Utahns carry concealed firearms without a permit will likely stand. A survey of Utah senators found that, unless minds change between now and the April 19 deadline, support for a veto override will fall short of the two-thirds majority needed to convene an override session.

West Valley City police mishandled evidence, internal audit says • An internal audit of West Valley City's now-disbanded narcotics unit unearthed a number of problems, including mishandling of evidence, booking evidence without proper documentation — as well as the possibility of missing drugs and money.

Bryce Canyon: So many visitors, so few parking stalls, shuttles • As the number of visitors gets harder to handle, Bryce Canyon National Park is considering expanding its parking and shuttle service.

Hatch helps broker immigration deal for farms, ranches • Sen. Orrin Hatch helped strike a deal Friday that would bring a consistent stream of migrant workers to farms and ranches and make it easier for agricultural workers already here illegally to get right with the law.

Other news of interest

John Swallow's attorneys say complaint seeking ouster is frivolous

Utah GOP rejects changes, making ballot drive likely

Avalanche forecaster who was killed in snow slide was a man of the mountains

UTA's airport TRAX line opens to public

Utah swim coach sentenced to 210 days jail for having sex with teen

Search warrants offer new details about Utah triple homicide

Former Utah County school secretary acquitted of sex with student

Utah event honors dwindling number of former POWs

Utah issues violation notice to Chevron in Willard Bay diesel spill

Few answers in Bingham Mine slide as impact weighed

Opinion and commentary

Sally Jewell: Interior chief can help Utah

Real ballot reform: GOP needs more than a tweak

Pyle: No system immune to extremism

Rolly: Fighting over an odd nominating system

Of gays, Greeks and an LDS apostle






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