Local Headlines 9-12-16

Salt Lake Tribune

Op-ed: Wayne Owens put Utah water on a better course

Op-ed: Don’t let ambitions win over morals, as they did for me once

Op-ed: All viable solutions to teacher shortage require more money

Editorial: Urgent homeless timetable reflects reality

Utah governor’s race: Weinholtz vs. Herbert on charter schools, education

Utah House speaker goes Trump on Gov. Herbert for not endorsing Trump

Union: UTA spends plenty of taxpayer money to block labor organizing

Conflict of interest? Johnson prosecutor had deeper ties to Swallow, sources say

Guv’s spokesman named government-affairs vice president at Rocky Mountain Power

Former prosecutor says he had no personal relationship with John Swallow and denies conflict in Jeremy Johnson case

Salt Lake City event tries to end veteran homelessness, and maybe get them a dental appointment, too

State education board hopefuls focused on issues

Deseret News

Frank Pignanelli & LaVarr Webb: Sports, culture clashes, and a little politics

Pat Jones: Walk the talk about education being our highest priority

John Florez: Where’s the parent outrage over education?

Op-ed: The cost of ‘cool’ shouldn’t come at the expense of sound tax policy

Inside the newsroom: So just how much coverage should we give Evan McMullin?

4th District race now rated ‘lean Republican,’ not toss-up

Delayed audit into S.L. County Recorder’s Office expected next week

BLM considering trail plans for controversial Recapture Canyon

The ‘other’ candidates look for ray of hope in Utah

No third-party candidates qualify for Utah political debates

Lee Benson: Trump, Clinton say no to front page!

Risk of school shootings is low, but security industry is growing

Other

Editorial: Provo’s planning for growth takes a step in the right direction (Daily Herald)

Op-ed: Utah wildlife board needs to get out of the cougar management business (Standard-Examiner)

Cache Democrats proclaim optimism at annual dinner and auction (Logan Herald Journal)