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
Freshman wants to talk A.G. censure • A freshman Republican lawmaker would like "nothing more" than the resignation of beleaguered Utah Attorney General John Swallow. Short of that, the Legislature must not shy away from impeachment hearings, he says.
SLC: Tax hike ahead? • Despite Mayor Ralph Becker's pledge not to raise property taxes this year, the Salt Lake City Council appears poised to do just that.
Gun lobbyist Aposhian charged • Clark Aposhian, the chairman of Utah's largest gun lobbying organization, was charged Friday with four misdemeanors after an argument he had with his ex-wife and her husband
Jazz man Marvin Williams to miss six months • Williams, 26, will undergo Achilles surgery on Monday in Charlotte, N.C., and could miss the first month of the season.
Has AAU basketball left high school hoops in the dust? • Most college recruiting occurs at AAU tournaments, but high school ball offers advantages, too.
Emails show UTOPIA strains budget, leaders • Provo is getting out of the broadband Internet business, but Orem is still very much in it.
Osmond cash flow buoyed Swallow • When state Sen. Aaron Osmond and colleagues in the build-your-personal-wealth industry believed they needed a friend in Utah government, they turned to John Swallow and in a big-money way.
Other news of interest
Service honors Salem's fallen son
Dunkin' Donuts' big Utah plans get bigger
'Outlaw biker' takes to the road to promote book about Barons
Beaver County teen drowns in reservoir
BYU dancers electrify contest thanks to student engineers
Utah 'Bucket List': Sheen of the Green
Utah Pride Parade filled with pagentry and politics
Provo Googled its way out of fiber-optic network but costs live on
Top challenge for Utah seniors: getting around
Opinion and commentary
Kirby: Sex in afterlife? Heaven forbid
Monson: NBA playoffs remind us why we love sports
Bagley: Watchdogs of the press
Editorial: Chaffetz' program seems sensible
Rolly: Shurtleff tried to stifle news coverage
Pyle: You gotta know the territory