Local Headlines 7-11-16

Salt Lake Tribune

Op-ed: Continued fight against SB 54 shows Utah GOP needs new leaders

Op-ed: Count My Vote has been an unwise step toward democracy

Rolly: Sutherland Institute touted phony statistics in trying to hype the virtues of state parks

Op-ed: Credit Chaffetz for his help in improving Freedom of Information Act

Feds confirm investigation into Utah Democratic gubernatorial candidate’s wife

Utahn infected with Zika dies, becoming first death in continental U.S. related to virus

Utah farmers see marijuana as the potential cash crop of the future

BYU professor: Don’t go ‘nuclear’ over issues like prayer, religion in schools

Next week could be turning point in Bears Ears debate: Bishop to unveil bill; Interior Secretary Jewell to visit Utah

In Wilde race, slim 10-vote lead over Brown may be enough to unseat former Utah House speaker

Deseret News

Frank Pignanelli & LaVarr Webb: Unbinding delegates and Clinton’s chances in Utah

John Florez: Utah Latinos bring innovation

Chris Stewart: Land management is not a zero-sum game

Editorial: Utah should prepare for population growth and economic uncertainty

Salt Lake County resident becomes first Zika-related death in continental U.S.

Park City trademark battle: Mayor says ski resort won’t put its promises in writing

Feds investigating Utah Democratic governor candidate’s wife for marijuana use

Officer in controversial video says he never punched woman, union chief says

Prosecutor in Mark Shurtleff case urges evidence hearing

Entering final stretch, House 53 race remains neck and neck

Dallas shooting leaves Utah law enforcement community heartbroken, frustrated

Supreme Court scores well on religious freedom unless sexual freedom is involved

Former Utah congresswoman ready to referee GOP rules fight over Trump

Utah GOP delegate wants party platform to follow 1860 model


Editorial: Public lands lawyers billed too lavishly (Standard-Examiner)

Logan Wilde maintains slim lead in District 53 race (Park Record)

‘Park City’ dispute could turn into a $10 million question (Park Record)