Local Headlines 11-2-17

Salt Lake Tribune

Editorial: The best bad news about Medicaid in Utah

UHP says buses used by some charter and private Utah schools fall short of safety standards

Championing ‘American energy dominance,’ feds to scrap master plans for leasing public lands

Want to go to Arches? You may soon need a reservation, under a new Park Service plan.

Most Utahns say a baker with a religious objection shouldn’t have to sell a wedding cake to a same-sex couple

Case against ex-UTA board member Terry Diehl keeps changing, right up to eve of trial

Feds approve Utah Medicaid waiver, which will help Operation Rio Grande by expanding drug treatment

State auditor: Special district in Uintah County violates open meetings laws

From raising taxes for schools to legalizing medical pot, Utah ballot initiatives rake in more than $500K in October

Utah Republicans to drop lawsuit over SB54 law on picking candidates; right wing says it may oust state GOP chairman

Deseret News

Op-ed: San Juan drought has morphed from economic issue to one of public safety

Natalie Gochnour: Dispatches from Jordan to Israel, pt. 4: Western Wall blessing for our governor

Editorial: US must defend the integrity of democratic processes

More Utah high school seniors drinking alcohol, report shows

Feds approve $100M Medicaid waiver for Utah’s most needy

Audit: Uintah County special district violated open meeting laws, lacked controls over spending

State GOP chairman says party dropping SB54 lawsuit


Ogden’s Polk school at heart of debate over $106.5 million bond proposal (Standard-Examiner)