Two Mormon activists face excommunication from their church for their public actions. A cop resigns amid controversy over his assignment at the Utah Pride Parade. And several elected officials decide to opt out of participating in the Days of ‘47 Parade, a protest over the parade’s refusal to allow a pro-gay float to march.
On Friday at 9 a.m., Tribune editorial writer George Pyle and reporters Peggy Fletcher Stack, Chris Smart and Erin Alberty join Jennifer Napier-Pearce to process the week’s top headlines.
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|1.||Consumers want Utah liquor stores to offer better hours|
|2.||Kearns woman booked on attempted murder for trashing newborn|
|3.||Dad: Utah woman accused of putting baby in trash has disability|
|4.||Meeting poster for Mormon women shows only male speakers|
|5.||Food briefs: Salt Lake has worst tippers, survey says|
|6.||Restaurant review: Rye rocks in space next to Urban Lounge|
|7.||Audit blasts UTA, says it gave millions in sweetheart deals|
|8.||Luxury fashion takes on wearable fitness technology|
|9.||Judge finalizes ‘Sister Wives’ ruling as both sides prepare for appeals|