Local Headlines 6-18-18

Salt Lake Tribune

Stuart Reid: Let us end the culture wars. Before they end us.

Op-ed: Curtis is the right representative for Utah’s tech community

Op-ed: The need for a cool-down in the gun rights debate

Editorial: A steamy step to renewable energy in Utah

Utah’s job growth continues to lead the nation as unemployment falls to new low

Utah may see a wave of wealthy people buying million-dollar homes. And it could drive up prices for everyone.

Utah drillers import fracking sand from Wisconsin, but there may a cheaper place to buy it right inside the Beehive State

McAdams vetoes Olympia Hills development after Herriman residents protest

Salt Lake Chamber attacks nomination of anti-illegal immigration activist Ron Mortensen to State Department

Count My Vote asks Utah Supreme Court to put direct primary initiative on the ballot

New UTA leaders will scrutinize discount programs as passenger fares make up only 14 percent of transit revenue

A job at former Salt Lake City Mayor Rocky Anderson’s law office seemed like a dream, but two women say it was a sexist nightmare

Deseret News

Frank Pignanelli and LaVarr Webb: The scuttlebutt on SLC’s mayoral race, Count My Vote and Utah’s 4th District

Op-ed: In education, more money isn’t always the right answer

Editorial: Less government and more care will lift others from poverty

Salt Lake County mayor vetoes controversial development near Herriman

Count My Vote asks Utah Supreme Court to throw out signature removal process

Same 2 candidates, but different race in 3rd Congressional District

Poor people are trapped behind bars. How Utah is using an algorithm to get some of them out

Utah Legislative races to watch in 2018 primary

Turning Utah’s rocks into liquid gold


Republicans vying for state Senate seat emphasize transportation issues and local control (Park Record)

Ogden lawyer, S. Ogden veterans advocate vie in GOP primary for Utah House post (Standard-Examiner)