Local Headlines 3-29-17

Salt Lake Tribune

Editorial: Herbert’s veto of bad bill means good people must step up

Police social workers? Salt Lake City’s unusual program has scores of success stories

Draper steps forward with two new homeless shelter site proposals; Salt Lake County reschedules site evaluation deliberations

Herbert stokes fire over air quality by signing bill allowing use of wood to cook

County sheriff proposes opening Salt Lake homeless camp, reducing Road Home shelter beds, closing liquor store

Member of the state charter school board resigns abruptly over scheduling conflict, says not tied to lawsuit

No vote on teacher salary boost, reform as Jordan School District continues negotiations

President Trump reverses clean power initiative, coal moratorium

Utah guv signs new liquor law — but restaurants can’t tear down ‘Zion Curtains’ just yet

College tuition proposed to go up by 3.4 percent across Utah

Herbert signs polygamy bill into Utah law

Despite ‘unhealthy’ ranking, Carbon County finds motivation through local programs

Stay away from Main, South Salt Lake residents say of proposed homeless shelter sites

Sen. Orrin Hatch would consider stepping aside for Mitt Romney

Deseret News

Boyd Matheson: The way of the swamp

Op-ed: GOP Obamacare ‘replacement’ offered wealthy tax cuts, not worker health care

Trump rolls back Clean Power Plan, coal moratorium

Jim Bennett: Trump’s proposed budget could hurt the arts, but there is a solution

Governor signs outdoor cooking bill into law

Draper volunteers 2 sites for a new Salt Lake County homeless center

Utah consumer confidence at historic level

Regulators gearing up for big changes to Utah liquor laws

Utah doesn’t collect data on LGBT teens, but could a change save lives?

Other

Park City exempt from legislation amending construction and fire codes (Park Record)

Summit County’s Democratic Convention will feature first contested slate in 10 years (Park Record)