Local Headlines 9-19-16

Salt Lake Tribune

Op-ed: Don’t let anti-trust law derail Utah innovation

Op-ed: If water price reflected its true cost, Utahns would conserve more

Editorial: Make public records open by design

Utah’s jobless rate drops to 3.7 percent

Orem City Council moves to try to ease affordable housing crunch for seniors

Challenger Kanter raises big money for Salt Lake County Council race

Weinholtz and Herbert debate draws distinctions on public lands, federal government

‘Why don’t you stand up for the working class?’ Misty Snow slams fellow Democratic candidate Doug Owens

Clinton campaign sends Delaware Gov. Markell to Utah

Facebook timeline: How fractures in Utah’s front drove the data center to New Mexico

Instead of shooting suspects, Utah police are training to de-escalate violence

Deseret News

Frank Pignanelli & LaVarr Webb: Utah races to watch in the Trump/Clinton-free zone

John Florez: Parents and teachers must run schools

Op-ed: The re-empowerment of the states amendment

Editorial: Salt Lake’s job prospects get negative national attention

Iron County sheriff claims commissioners tried to hack his emails

St. George Republican Don Ipson to fill vacant seat in Utah Senate

Trump may need Mitt Romney supporters if he wants to win the White House

Delaware governor courts Utah for Clinton

Public lands issue sparks friction in first gubernatorial debate

Judge rejects ex-A.G. John Swallow’s motion to restore preliminary hearing

Hal Boyd: A Jewish and Latter-day Saint faith and freedom without any walls

Utah unemployment rate at 3.7 percent


Too big? What an Alpine School District split could be like (Daily Herald)

Editorial: Salt Lake County has a unified police department. Would it work here? (Standard-Examiner)

Community, state reps experience firefighting at Fire Ops 101 training (Standard-Examiner)

USU faces criticism over handling of labor law changes (Logan Herald Journal)

Congressional hopeful addresses drugs as Park City reels from deaths (Park Record)