Former Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff pays a visit to Utah’s Capitol Hill, expressing outrage for a raid on his home. Former AG John Swallow and his attorney part ways. Lawmakers try to fix the backlog of unprocessed rape kits, at least temporarily. Bluffdale withdraws from the State Records Committee and creates its own, a move open government proponents decry. And a Salt Lake City police deputy retires months after sexual harassment claims are filed against the officer.
On Friday at 9 a.m., Tribune reporters Chris Smart, Robert Gehrke and Nate Carlisle join Jennifer Napier-Pearce to process the week’s top headlines.
Tune in to KCPW 88.3/105.3 FM at 9 a.m. for the live broadcast. You can also listen to it live streamed on KCPW.
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The program will be rebroadcast on KCPW Sunday at 8 a.m.
|1.||Feds charge five Utahns in Recapture Canyon protest ride|
|2.||Ordain Women will take its message local|
|3.||Ice-cold, high-point beer a new niche for Utah brewery stores|
|4.||NFL notes: Panthers remove Greg Hardy from active roster|
|5.||Restaurant review: Not your typical fast food at Zao Asian Cafe|
|6.||Utah football: Michigan’s Brady Hoke is battling for his job|
|7.||BYU football: No. 21 Cougars basking in national attention|
|8.||BYU football: Zac Stout’s return to BYU tearful, but gratifying|
|9.||3 new Utah beers for fall|
|10.||Family says police shot Utah man because he was black|