Utah Primaries, Oakland Coal, Father/Son Murder Charges on Behind The Headlines

Jun 30, 2016

Credit blog.governor.utah.gov

  Incumbent Gov. Gary Herbert sweeps challenger Jonathan Johnson in the Republican primary. Democratic Senate nominee Misty K. Snow wins out over Jonathan Swinton to run against Republican Sen. Mike Lee. The Oakland City Council votes to keep Utah coal from passing through a new deep-water port. And a father and son duo from Utah are charged with the murder of a UTA worker.

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