Local Headlines 12-17-18

Deseret News

Pignanelli and Webb: Thanks to some politicians who have made a real difference

Op-ed: Bipartisan leadership could save America’s best conservation program

Utah leaders, environmentalists react to Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke’s resignation

Another Olympics in Utah? Salt Lake City selected as possible 2030 U.S. bid pick

Salt Lake City seeking new council member as Derek Kitchen departs for Utah Senate

Sen. Orrin Hatch says his comments about Trump allegations were ‘irresponsible’

U.S. attorney for Utah reviewing how to deal with new medical marijuana law

Stericycle’s Tooele County move remains in limbo

Salt Lake City residents hate the sidewalk surfing, but still sort of loving new e-scooters

Advocates fume as new fee on clean fuel vehicles in Utah kicks in Jan. 1

Salt Lake Tribune

Op-ed: Utah Legislature’s disregard for the people’s initiative leads to legally invalid pot plan

Editorial: Another round of Olympics? Slide on in

Minority students are the majority in more than half of Salt Lake City’s schools. Is the district doing enough to support them?

A soon-to-be closed elementary in Kearns is the first casualty of Utah’s school turnaround program

Cost of I-15, Bangerter Highway projects rises by $38 million — thanks to expensive rights of way

Sen. Hatch regrets ‘I don’t care’ remark about allegations Trump directed his former lawyer’s hush money payments

Since Trump took office, immigration arrests by Salt Lake field office are up 24% — and deportations doubled

‘Good riddance,’ says SUWA; nation owes him ‘debt of gratitude,’ says Bishop — reactions to resignation of Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke

A tale of two neighborhoods: How a homeless hospice has divided members of an east-side Salt Lake City community

Gehrke: Are Utah’s $100 million homeless efforts working? Nobody knows, and that’s a problem.


USOC selects Salt Lake City to bid on Winter Olympics (Park Record)