Local Headlines 8-24-17

Salt Lake Tribune

Op-ed: Wild horse summit excludes key advocates, public

Tech jobs are everywhere in Utah. State leaders want to get you the training to fill one.

With redraw of Bears Ears, Grand Staircase looming, Utah State University study says national monuments are neither economic ‘boon nor bane’

Gehrke: Nearly 16 years in, there is no good end game for Afghanistan, but Trump avoided the worst one

Utah legislators light fuse that may change fireworks laws

Chris Stewart says he’ll seek Senate seat if Orrin Hatch doesn’t run for re-election

Gun-rights activists up in arms about concealed carry fee hike

It could take 2 years for Operation Rio Grande to truly eliminate crime — and that’ll require more state funding

Rep. Chris Stewart goes behind bars at Utah State Prison to talk with inmates about ‘elites,’ Clinton, Trump and Russian meddling

Deseret News

Jay Evensen: An easy way to boost the economy

Several Utah lawmakers eyeing restrictions to fireworks laws

State leaders don’t want to cast blame for conditions in Rio Grande area

U.’s Education Policy Center to survey state’s teachers on why they stay, why they leave

Bishop seeks full investigative report on BLM agent

Renewable energy developers call for energy task force, deregulation

Gun enthusiasts oppose state’s new concealed carry fee

Stewart ‘almost certainly’ would run for Senate if Hatch doesn’t

Herbert announces new IT education pathway

Groups gather in Salt Lake to tackle wild horse overpopulation problem

High risk pools find support among insurers, cause concern for some families