Sen. Mike Lee’s campaign asks donors if their contributions were legal. More legal allegations surface against Shurtleff and Swallow. The state-run trust managing former polygamist properties sends out eviction notices. UTA says it wants to boost service, but needs more money. And Salt Lake City explores how to deal with online ride-sharing companies.
On Friday at 9 a.m., Tribune reporters Robert Gehrke, Nate Carlisle and Christopher Smart and assistant managing editor Dave Noyce join Jennifer Napier-Pearce to process the week’s top headlines.
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|1.||Martin MacNeill gets up to life in prison for wife’s murder|
|2.||Utah rally: Same-sex marriage would hurt children|
|3.||In ninja gear and claiming to be polygamists, women invade Utah home|
|4.||Utah teacher to stand trial on charges of sex with second boy|
|5.||Fall TV preview: The best and worst of fall TV|
|6.||Utah same-sex marriage supporters decry use of child photos|
|7.||Lawyer to ask feds to probe Utah police shooting of Darrien Hunt|
|8.||BYU football: Virginia suddenly looms large for Cougars|
|9.||Movie review: ‘Maze Runner’ sends viewers going in circles|
|10.||Utah suspect in cannibal case should have been behind bars|