Local Headlines 5-17-18

Salt Lake Tribune

Editorial: Road Home must work better because the work is necessary

Citing student debt ‘crisis,’ Utah Reps. Love and Bishop sign letter urging Trump officials to reverse course on oversight of student loans

‘The divide holds up’: How two rural Utah counties disagree on most everything, but especially environmental policies

Utah ‘Dreamers’ can go to law school, but can’t sit for the bar exam. The Legislature may change that.

Utah A.G. appears to bend to will of frustrated lawmakers — will sue Purdue Pharma over opioid abuse and deaths

Oops — Utah County forgot to process a box of Count My Vote petitions, which might just put the initiative over the top to be on the ballot

Supporters say they have made the November ballot with initiative aimed at reforming redistricting

UTA name is here to stay, but A.G. says agency broke open-meetings law when it acted to give former CEO a golden parachute

Utah Senate Majority Leader Ralph Okerlund receives heart, kidney transplant

Deseret News

Jay Evensen: Here’s an idea — replace the prison in Draper with a big park

Editorial: Banning quotas will strengthen trust between officers and Utahns

Utah opposes appeals court rehearing on controversial candidate nomination law

State Senate Majority Leader Ralph Okerlund receives heart, kidney transplants

Utah legislators eye ways for law school grads with DACA status to take bar exam

Primary care doctors could use help referring addicted patients for treatment, lawmakers told

Venezuelan prison riot renews calls to free imprisoned Utah

Next phase of Utah’s Point of the Mountain development — how to pay for it all

Lawmakers pull the plug on UTA name change

A.G.’s office tells frustrated Utah lawmakers it will sue Big Pharma over opioid proliferation

Legislature will take another dive on contentious water issues