Local Headlines 10-26-18

Deseret News

A. Scott Anderson: Why Utah’s outdoors contribute to economy, quality of life

Jay Evensen: Why Utah’s leaders made a trip to China despite trade war

Editorial: Time for peace in the war on drugs

Utah members of Congress say everyone needs to tone down caustic political rhetoric

Board denies Utah disposal of depleted uranium bullets

Governor calls for corrections investigation following killing of Utah student

Emphasize economic arguments for improving homeless services, Utah service providers told

GOP Senate candidate Mitt Romney made $83.8 million in the past three years, tax returns show

Utah Inland Port Authority chugs along, adopts first $1.9 million budget plan

Maximum salaries for new Utah Transit Authority leaders questioned at final trustees meeting

Utah lawmakers question prescription drug pricing, talk importation from Canada

Salt Lake Tribune

‘National monuments kill people’ — S. Utah commissioner’s comments draw criticism after park ranger shot a Navajo

Utah says no to EnergySolutions accepting depleted uranium from military, but will it change course in the future?

Gov. Herbert says there will be no ‘ideal’ medical marijuana law until Congress acts

A decade after the big Delta-Northwest merger, the airline says its Salt Lake City hub has prospered

‘Mobile pot shop’ rolls up to local high schools as part of campaign against Prop 2

After years of rail construction and controversy, UTA board reaches the end of the line


Politicians discuss conflict resolution and civility across political lines (Daily Herald)

Utah House hopefuls for western Weber Co. seat focus on growth, UTA, Medicaid (Standard-Examiner)

Weber County, Weber State University beef up economic development efforts with Davis County (Standard-Examiner)