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Jae C. Hong | AP file photo Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney greets supporters at an election night rally in Manchester, N.H., in April 2012. A new book on his campaign, "Collision 2012," says there were many times before he became the GOP nominee that Romney considered dropping out of the race.
Rewind: Utah news you may have missed over the weekend
First Published Aug 12 2013 07:46 am • Last Updated Aug 12 2013 07:47 am

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.

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Top stories this past weekend

Feds again declare drought disaster in Utah » All Utah counties have been declared drought stricken for the second year as farmers and ranchers battle parched ranges and damaged crops.

The rock that burns: Is Utah about to see oil shale bonanza? » People have squeezed oil from Western shale since the early 20th century, but it has yet to flow in commercial quantities despite untold millions spent on research and failed operations. But a new process could bring industrial-scale development to a petroleum resource believed to dwarf Saudi Arabia’s reserves.

New book: Romney almost cut short presidential bid » There were many other times between December and May where my dad had made up his mind not to run," Tagg Romney tells Washington Post writer Dan Balz in his new book, "Collision 2012."

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Lawyer in Clinton impeachment will lead House Swallow probe » A Democratic lawyer who played a key role in the House impeachment and Senate acquittal of then-President Bill Clinton will spearhead Utah’s historic inquiry into Attorney General John Swallow.

Budget cuts hurt university labs » Sequestration has cut back federal investment in labs at institutions of higher education across the state, putting jobs and innovation at risk, researchers say.

More Z’s to get more A’s? » Studies show that a later start to high school improves teens’ academic performance, but cost concerns and potential hassles for adults are driving the status quo.

Latino mortgage rate denials raise red flag » Approval rates are lower and interest rates are higher for Latino applicants, even if their incomes were in the top 10 percent of all applicants, a new study finds.

Tossed case puts focus on UHP trooper »Video evidence in a June trial proved that Bryan Gardner’s evidence was, at best, inaccurate. The judge read Gardner his 5th Amendment rights and dismissed the case. Now the UHP is investigating.

Position of power » Jazz General Manager Dennis Lindsey tops The Tribune’s list of the 25 most influential people in Utah sports.

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