Rewind: News you may have missed over the weekend
Welcome to Weekend Rewind, a glance back at The Salt Lake Tribune's top news stories, photos and opinions you may have missed over the weekend.
Top stories this past weekend
First prayer by a woman offered at Mormon conference • The benediction to the first session of LDS General Conference on Saturday didn't even last two minutes, but it made history: Jean A. Stevens became the first woman to offer a public prayer at the worldwide Mormon meeting.
1 West Valley City cop who shot and killed Danielle Willard to be fired • West Valley City is planning to fire one of the two detectives who shot and killed Danielle Willard in November, his lawyers said.
Technology, flexibility and room to grow at new Olympus High • When 1,550 Olympus High School students return from spring break Monday, they'll walk into their new $75 million building with rooms wired for advanced computer technology, spacious labs with the latest equipment and spaces that range from small spots to collaborate on projects to a 1,400-seat theater.
Hatch says civil unions could ward off gay marriage • Sen. Orrin Hatch wants to preserve marriage as an institution between a man and a woman and he suggested in a radio interview this week that one way to accomplish this would be for states to offer civil unions to gay couples.
Success and critics: Five years in, Mayor Ralph Becker has both • After 5 years in office, SLC mayor says he still reaches out, but critics say they're feeling increasingly shut out.
Other news of interest
FAA delays closing airport towers including at Ogden, Provo
Will you go out with me to Mormon General Conference?
Opinion and commentary
Sean P. Means: Remembering the generosity of Roger Ebert