Local Headlines 9-12-17

Salt Lake Tribune

Editorial: The migration of the homeless should be no surprise

Utah students’ SAGE test scores dropped in all subjects last year

Settlement would let Rocky Mountain Power charge nonsolar customers to pay for rooftop solar power

Mitt Romney is considering a Senate run if Orrin Hatch retires, and a new poll shows he’d likely win

Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes wants to protect us from ourselves and keep gerrymandering

Deseret News

Op-ed: We need to rethink public policing

Editorial: Utah can make a competitive pitch for Amazon’s new headquarters

Cedar City planning commissioner, council candidate arrested for investigation of DUI

Biskupski kicks off Navy Week in the shoes of a sailor

35 of 1,000 arrested in Operation Rio Grande qualify for ‘specialty court’ starting this week

Statewide SAGE scores dip slightly in 2017; opt-out rates on the rise


U.S. 89 upgrade plan, while worrisome to some, won’t likely be slowed, many say (Standard-Examiner)

Ogden Police: Enforcement will keep SLC problems away (Standard-Examiner)