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
Book Cliffs oil deal on hold » The drilling agreement for the area’s northern part is moving part, but the roadless southern area is off limits for now.
Cruz and Lee won’t budge on health reform » Conservative senators say they are ready to challenge Republican leadership if it comes to that.
Another big I-15 project comes to Davis County » The plan is to add express lanes, replace bridges and rework interchanges.
Driven » Park City’s Steven Holcomb, who drove U.S. 4-man bobsled to gold in 2010, won’t settle for less than first in Sochi
Will young adults embrace or shun ACA? » Many 18-34 say they know little about health reform
Drug squad’s demise doesn’t handcuff cops » West Valley City’s drug arrests are holding steady despite the police department shuttering the Neighborhood Narcotics Unit in December amid allegations of evidence mishandling.
Fighting traffic jams may create fiscal ones » Salt Lake City may get stuck with bill for more bus and streetcar routes.
LGBT crowd told LDS Church evolving » Barb Young tells Affirmation crowd at the University of Utah to be "patient like Jesus."
Glitches in digital school makeovers » The cost of equipping students with devices is a big barrier for Smart Schools program.
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