Local Headlines 7-14-16

Salt Lake Tribune

Salt Lake City decides if you can’t stop a new prison, make money off it

Lawmakers to UTA: To build future projects, you must rebuild public trust

Judge weighing whether to dismiss public corruption case against former Utah A.G. Swallow

Evangelicals back Presbyterian Trump more than they did Mormon Romney, poll shows

‘At what point has someone suffered enough?’: Utah committee discusses right-to-die proposal

New rallying cry in Park City: Don’t steal our name

Utah lawmakers move to ground drones, become Facebook friends

Utah lawmakers take first step to have more say in plans for regional power grid

House considers bill limiting president’s ability to name new national monuments, especially in Utah

Deseret News

Op-ed: Governors make the tough decisions

A. Scott Anderson: Six years of experience should guide regulatory reform

Dan Liljenquist: Engaging in our communities

Hal Boyd: College honor codes, BYU the next culture war?

Greg Bell: ‘America the Beautiful’ and its words to live by

Jay Evensen: Pokemon Go and a nation of ‘Harveys’

Editorial: Conflict between perception of Trump and actual votes cast

Another step forward in development of prison site at Point of the Mountain

Judge considers dismissing charges against ex-Utah A.G. John Swallow

Cost of death penalty giving rise to competing bills

BLM extends comment period on uranium mine plan

Keeping teachers in the classroom may bring a ‘K-20 conversation’

Utah ranked No. 1 state for business

Legislature commits $10 million to new stadium at Utah State Fairpark

Park City residents: ‘We are a town, not a trademark’

Utah Legislature continues to weigh end-of-life concerns


Primary election officially reports record turnout following vote-by-mail (Logan Herald Journal)