Local Headlines 4-7-14

Salt Lake Tribune

Rolly: Some cry foul over party chair/candidate

Op-ed: Utah can have its security and privacy too

Op-ed: Hatch leads on access for disabled, but other Utahns fall short

Editorial: Governor wields his veto pen carefully

Rolly: Beware, Salt Lake City parking cops don’t give an inch

Utahns’ state-local tax burden dropping over time

SLC Mayor Becker names former manager to Planning Commission

Ex-Salt Lake County mayor and a BYU professor are in race to lead Utah Democratic Party

Taxpayer-backed Utah satellite project reboots with new backer

Utah’s delegation could land prime power spots

More Utah parents saying ‘no’ to standardized school tests

Paul Rolly: The challenge Chief Burbank faces in fighting police brutality

Deseret News

Frank Pignanelli & LaVarr Webb: Harbingers of spring — cherry blossoms and political wrangling

Robert Bennett: More, rather than less, political speech is a good thing

Op-ed: The Utah insurance gap: Why we can’t wait anymore

Editorial: Mozilla makes a mockery of diversity and freedom

Corroon, Davis running for state Democratic Party chairman

Utah embraces trio of renewable energy firsts

County clerks mulling option to allow Utahns with disabilities vote electronically

Investigation into Escalante oil spills continues

Stuart Reid: a view from both sides of the aisle

Will Utah Democrats’ focus shift to ‘bread-and-butter’ issues?


County GOP may decide county government at convention (Daily Herald)

Editorial: A lack of candidates (Standard-Examiner)

Incumbent Greenwood of Roy drops out of House District 12 race (Standard-Examiner)