Local Headlines 9-5-17

Salt Lake Tribune

Paul Cassell: Cop who arrested nurse was wrong, but the law is complicated

Op-ed: The EPA continues to run amok

Editorial: While Biskupski and Hughes fight it out, the homeless are the ones losing

Stericyle wins approval of air, waste permits for moving its medical-waste incinerator to Tooele County

BLM to auction oil and gas leases next to Utah’s Dinosaur National Monument and in San Rafael Swell

‘Who doesn’t want to hit a politician?’: Utah House Speaker Greg Hughes is fighting a boxing pro for charity

Sen. Orrin Hatch tells Trump to save DACA program for young immigrants

Utah Republicans, with help from Democrats, send a semitrailer loaded with relief supplies to hurricane-hit Texas

New road safety law morphs into tool for Operation Rio Grande drug arrests

Rural Utahns hope new push to create jobs means they don’t have to leave home to be employed

Rolly: Accusations among UTA board members keep flying as Provo’s mayoral race stokes feud

Deseret News

Frank R. Pignanelli and LaVarr Webb: Some political tweets we’ll never see posted

Op-ed: Expand the Earned Income Tax Credit

Op-ed: Is Utah missing the renewable energy boat?

Hal Boyd: The perils of the progressive paradox: more ‘autonomy’ but more government

Op-ed: The gamble of executive overreach — is it worth it?

Editorial: Making Rio grand again? Salt Lake must keep the momentum going in helping homeless

Stericycle moves ahead on state permits for Tooele location

Driving privilege card renewals triggering deportations? State says ‘no apparent misuse’ of records

Utah’s state parks bursting with visitors

Canyon residents question Salt Lake City’s ‘protectionist’ watershed ordinance

Program’s fate a worry to young immigrants in Utah


As Silicon Slopes speeds up, Park City benefits from Utah’s tech boom (Park Record)

Boulder bound: Park City headed to progressive Colorado city (Park Record)