Local Headlines 3-22-17

Salt Lake Tribune

Mike Winder: Homeless shelter and Jordan River are a bad mix

Editorial: Governor should veto Utah’s experiment in DUI limits

Controversial West Jordan councilman Jeff Haaga steps down

Pressure pours in on possible veto of drunken driving bill

Board adopts policy reforms in wake of blistering Unified Fire Authority audit

Gov. Herbert touts work-related school programs in Utah

Hatch emerges as Gorsuch cheerleader for the Supreme Court

Residents opposing paved Dimple Dell trail deliver over 6,000 signatures

Jeremy Johnson to deny prior statements of John Swallow’s involvement in federal election fraud case, court filing says

South Salt Lake protests as city lands two more possible homeless shelter sites

Deseret News

Op-ed: News media need to report the full story

Editorial: ‘Talent Ready Utah’ is one solution to Utah’s workforce woes

Utah restaurant associations ask governor to veto .05 DUI law

Another contender emerges for Chaffetz’s seat in Congress

Jeremy Johnson to deny claims against ex-Utah A.G. John Swallow in FEC case, court papers say

Which Utah politicians left office by choice?

Utah reimbursed for Gold King Mine spill’s initial costs; lawsuit weighed

Revamped program targets state’s shortage in a talented workforce

A sixth, possibly seventh site added for new homeless shelter — both in South Salt Lake

Other

Op-ed: The ACA isn’t a sensible health care plan. Neither is the GOP alternative (Standard-Examiner)