Local Headlines 4-14-14

Salt Lake Tribune

Op-ed: Congress must act to keep Utah’s exports moving

Rolly: Count My Vote still prickling Republicans

Editorial: Not best choice

Utah County GOP: Rematch coming in heated House race

‘Nation’s largest landlord’ finds democracy messy

Salt Lake County GOP: Convention tough on incumbents

Big day for women at Salt Lake Democratic convention

24 Utah providers billed Medicare $1M or more in 2012

UTA doubled execs’ bonuses last year while seeking tax hike

Deseret News

Frank Pignanelli & LaVarr Webb: Why the change of public opinion on same-sex marriage?

Robert Bennett: Making our own spending decisions: The Affordable Care Act’s folly

Editorial: Sebelius’ resignation doesn’t end the controversies

Editorial: The Ten Commandments in today’s society

Editorial: Begin preparing now for eventual online voting in Utah

Gov. Herbert: Sebelius resignation won’t slow Medicaid expansion talks

Escalante ‘pinhole’ oil leak may have spilled more than initially estimated

Utah attorney general encourages traditional marriage supporters to ‘take the high road’

Moab’s dilemma: Can recreation coexist with energy?

Natural gas pipeline is a line in the sand

Rep. Bird, Auditor Hawkins lose reelection bids at Salt Lake County GOP convention

Salt Lake County Democrats nominate Iwamoto for Senate District 4 seat

Striking a balance: Moab’s future hinges on energy and recreation


Gary Anderson knocked out of county commission race (Daily Herald)

Op-ed: Immigration reform: It’s time to get it done (Standard-Examiner)

Editorial: F-35, not A-10, is Hill’s future (Standard-Examiner)

Weber Republicans dump Zogmaister; Ebert wins nomination (Standard-Examiner)

Air Quality Consortium to focus on cleaning up Cache Valley air (Logan Herald Journal)