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Rewind: Utah news you may have missed over the weekend

Published August 5, 2013 9:59 am

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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

Utah community centers explain Affordable Care Act • Eleven community health centers are splitting $1.3 million in federal grants for outreach and education on the Affordable Care Act.

Dozens of female inmates in Utah released early to ease crowding • Over the past nine months, the Utah Board of Pardons and Parole gave early releases to dozens of women to ease crowding at the Utah State Prison.

Utah's $1.6 billion education trust fund overhauled • The Utah Board of Education on Friday voted to overhaul how the state manages a $1.6 billion education trust fund, aiming to safeguard its investment returns for schools and potentially increase those returns.

House panel hits EPA with subpoena over pollution studies • House Republicans say they are tired of asking the Environmental Protection Agency to provide the underlying data used in studies tying pollution to serious health problems. So, they issued a subpoena late Thursday, the first from the Science Committee in 21 years.

Other news of interest

Justice Department adds Sikhs, Mormons to hate crime stats

Little love for Tavaci rezone in Holladay

It's a digital age, so Davis County teen teaches seniors the ropes

Utah teen agrees there is probable cause he killed soccer referee

Salt Lake County's million-dollar homes offer dreams of luxury

Family love triangle spurred arrest of Grand County deputy, records say

University of Utah groper gets prison in 2011 assaults

Layton police: Five arrested in nail salon riot

Writer sees growing acceptance of LGBT within Mormon faith

Opinion and commentary

Rolly: Will the real Mia Love please stand up?

Patterson: The unbearable lightness of questions

Chapman: Education is a primary responsibility of the state

Moench: Utahns worried about pollution must raise voices

Malkin: Beck's event was the victim of a smear job