Dennis Romboy is an editor and reporter for the Utah InDepth team, covering Utah’s federal delegation. He has covered a variety of beats over the years, including state and local government, social issues and courts. A Utah native, Romboy earned a degree in journalism from the University of Utah. He enjoys cycling, snowboarding and running.

Katalin Novák to talk about families and the roles of women in society during stop in Utah.
Church lawyers say allowing the case to proceed threatens religious liberty and ignores the First Amendment.
Two baseball insiders see Nashville and Salt Lake City as the the frontrunners for major league expansion.
The governor says he’s ‘very close’ to one candidate, while praising Romney’s service to the state and country.
A rare painting from the first episode of “Joy of Painting” could be the most expensive Ross piece ever sold.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety gave 51 vehicles its highest rating in latest report.
Pence says he hasn’t talked to Romney in years and the Utah senator can “go off into retirement.”
We rode from Pittsburgh to Washington, D.C., on the Great Allegheny Passage and C&O Canal Towpath over four days.
“I met with coach Farden this week to express my disappointment and to share with him my expectations moving forward,” Utah athletics director Mark Harlan said.
The Utah Republican looks back and ahead as he prepares to step down after more than a decade in Congress.
Former gymnasts and parents allege coach Tom Farden verbally and emotionally abused athletes, others defend coach.
The Republican governor says one candidate at Wednesday’s presidential debate impressed him.
Have thoughts on Salt Lake City landing an MLB team? Big League Utah wants to hear from you.
Sage Steele says rules for speaking on political issues were different for her than others at the network.
Orthodox Jewish parents and schools are appealing a federal judge’s dismissal of their lawsuit.
Sage Steele says she decided leave the network so she can exercise her First Amendment rights more freely.
The Racketeering Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act allows prosecutors to combine several alleged crimes into one charge.
Most of the top places are in the West, including two each in Utah and Colorado, OnTheSnow says.
Will self-described “MAGA Trumper” Craig Robertson become a martyr for the far right?
An FBI spokesperson said the shooting occurred when agents attempted to serve a search warrant at the home.
A look at the cities that want an MLB team and the premier athletes who back them
A couple sued after the state rejected them as foster parents because of their beliefs about sexuality and gender.
A story of triumphant moments and tragic endings. There is laughter, tears and above all else, hope.
The Beehive State has a growing medical cannabis industry. But patients, medical providers and companies say they still face obstacles.
Salt Lake City among several cities aiming for a potential MLB expansion team.
Stan Swallow shows what it means to “ride, race and stay fit” at 83. When he’s not riding, he’s hiking or snowshoeing.
A new Deseret News/Hinckley Institute poll shows Utahns are split on using public funds to build a ballpark.
A new Deseret News/Hinckley Institute poll shows strong support for bringing an MLB team to Salt Lake City.
The Larry H. Miller Company says big league baseball is a way to lift and enhance the community.
Crucial decisions came week after week. At one point, Utah had less than a week’s supply of swabs, which would have severely affected the amount of testing that could be done.