Local Headlines 11-2-16

Salt Lake Tribune

Editorial: Public needs to see Mohamed videos to perform its oversight role

Utah governor’s half brother admits to soliciting sex from a minor

Utah voter cited after refusing to remove Trump-motto hat at polls

Chaffetz says he’s received death threats after tweeting about FBI’s Clinton probe

He’s voted, but question remains: Whom did Mitt Romney back?

Rolly: Champion for Utah’s less fortunate becomes a victim herself

Incumbent Reps. Chaffetz, Bishop, Stewart lead by huge margins

Salt Lake City Council extends moratorium on impact fees, a pause costing $500,000 per month

County residents want exit process for incapacitated officials, according to survey, but what’s the bar?

Utah Trump backers show support, Dems try to get out the vote

Deseret News

Richard Davis: The once and future presidential election campaign

Editorial: Utahns should reject ‘homophobic’ robocalls as ‘means’ that don’t justify ‘ends’

Provo mayor not seeking a third term

Herbert’s half brother pleads guilty to attempting to entice minor

Ex-A.G. John Swallow asks judge to toss more criminal charges against him

S.L. moratorium on impact fees will continue, costing city $500K per month

S.L. considers options for homeless on winter nights

Utahns rally for Trump, Clinton, McMullin and Johnson with a week left before election


Republican Raymond Ward battles Democrat Kurt Weiland for House District 19 (Standard-Examiner)

Provo Mayor John Curtis announces he will not seek re-election (Daily Herald)

Tentative budget approved for Utah County with no large increases included (Daily Herald)

Ethics complaint filed against Chaffetz over Twitter comment (Daily Herald)

District 54 Democrat hauls in campaign monies (Park Record)

Evan McMullin, White House hopeful, lays into Trump in Park City stop (Park Record)