Local Headlines 11-10-17

Salt Lake Tribune

Op-ed: Reservations are a sensible solution for Arches’ crowds

Editorial: Indigent defense should be independent of county pursestrings

Snapchat plans to open an office in Utah, adding to the state’s growing tech community

Utah expects 650 new jobs in financial tech and lawn care after offering tax incentives to two companies

‘House-keeping’ bill would give Utah 520 acres of prime federal real estate, Rep. Mia Love says

What are UTA’s most and least popular services?

Gov. Gary Herbert predicts ‘grand compromise’ when Trump shrinks Utah monuments

Homeless shelter stays are up — slightly — just not as high as the state said last week

Jail scandal? We’ve seen this movie before from Daggett County — let’s click rewind

Hatch, Lee call on Alabama’s Roy Moore to drop his Senate bid if underage sexual allegations are true

Operation Rio Grande, the campaign focused on homelessness in Utah, will now try to find jobs for those without homes

Your vote (in some cases) does matter: election night ties in Bluffdale, Herriman races broken with updated tallies

Salt Lake City will review how dispatch center handles homeless complaints

Deseret News

Jay Evensen: Why tweets on election night matter

Op-ed: Congress can keep America’s transportation moving

Editorial: A few voters turned out large changes in Utah

Ex-GOP lawmaker to serve on state alcohol commission

Utah among the most toxic states, report says

$106.5 million Ogden school bond narrowly defeated

Senate OKs Hatch bill seeking 3-digit national suicide prevention hotline

Additional election results confirm Curtis win in 3rd Congressional District

Sen. Orrin Hatch unveils plan to overhaul tax system

Utah governor urges party unity in wake of Count My Vote dispute

Operation Rio Grande’s ‘dignity of work’ phase underway


Roy, Pleasant View, four more cities getting new mayors after Tuesday’s election (Standard-Examiner)

One valley: Cache Summit brings collaboration on growth (Logan Herald Journal)