Indicted businessman Jeremy Johnson testifies that former Utah Attorney General John Swallow directed him to send campaign funds to Sen. Mike Lee’s campaign through third parties. Former AG Mark Shurtleff condemns a raid on his home by state and federal officers and expects both to be charged and acquitted of allegations of misconduct during his time in public office. The ACLU warns the Salt Lake City Council not to meddle with decisions by the Days of ‘47 Parade. And Utah’s birth rate continues to decline, but remains highest in the nation.
On Friday at 9 a.m., Tribune editorial writer George Pyle, columnist Paul Rolly and reporter Robert Gehrke join Jennifer Napier-Pearce to process the week’s top headlines.
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The program will be rebroadcast on KCPW Sunday at 8 a.m.
|1.||For many black Mormons, racism is a bigger issue than sexism|
|2.||USU football: Aggies won’t dwell on loss to Tennessee|
|3.||Five myths about the California drought|
|4.||Kate Kelly: As sisters in Zion, inclusion of women is common goal|
|5.||BYU football: Texas QB Ash won’t play vs. Cougars|
|6.||BYU will face a backup QB Saturday vs. Texas|
|7.||Orem police track down stolen ring to a gut-wrenching place|
|8.||Obama: ‘Revving’ economy calls for minimum-wage hike|
|9.||Two hikers rescued from Mount Timpanogos|
|10.||Kragthorpe: Utah’s Clay, BYU’s Hill make weekend memorable|