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Rewind: News you may have missed over the weekend

Published February 11, 2013 10:12 am

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Welcome to Weekend Rewind, a glance back at The Salt Lake Tribune's news stories, top photos and opinions you may have missed over the weekend.

Top stories this past weekend

What's next at UTA? • UTA has a two-part grand vision for the future: First, having a major transit stop within a mile of 90 percent of the Wasatch Front's population; and, second, having a bus or train come every 15 minutes all day long.

20 years later, Medical Leave Act helping workers, families • Twenty years ago this week, President Bill Clinton signed FMLA into law. Since then, millions of workers such as Hunter have taken a temporary unpaid leave to care for a newborn, heal from an injury or care for an aging parent without the threat of losing a job.

Utah not alone in bid to trump U.S. gun laws • Utah is among nearly two dozen states considering legislation to put state firearms regulations ahead of federal gun laws.

How love and faith can grow, even when one spouse stops believing • When a once-believing spouse has a crisis of faith and religious conflict ensues, couples can be tempted to split up or just ignore it and hope it goes away. On the other hand, the couple's love can be strengthened, shaped and purified.

Johnson's war • Indicted Utah businessman Jeremy Johnson is waging high-tech, low-cost battles against his federal tormentors through YouTube videos, websites, Facebook, Twitter, a blog and interviews with the mainstream media.

Plan would let Outdoor Retailer visitors help preserve Wasatch Mountains • A plan to provide more housing for the ever-expanding Outdoor Retailer Summer Market could end up conserving prime real estate in the Wasatch Mountains. My Convention Housing expects to donate about 10 percent of its profits, plus whatever host-housing participants choose to contribute, to the Wasatch Canyons Foundation.

Other news of interest

Becker's lunar calendar: Year of the Bike for Salt Lake City

New website defends Swallow, but few others doing the same

Elderly Utah man moved from condemned home to care facility

Pit has 18,532 balls — each representing a Utah child with autism

Transportation ills could derail Uinta oil boom in Utah

S. Salt Lake has yet to close on movie studio plans for Granite High

Injured Utah athletes fear future without insurance

Opinion and commentary

McEntee: Sure as shootin' — more gun goofiness at Utah's Capitol

Pyle: How not to be a chump

Rolly: Utah lawmakers want fiscal transparency for schools but not themselves

Toxic air: Perpetrators and victims

Kragthorpe: Jazz remain mired in mediocrity