Local Headlines 5-7-14

Salt Lake Tribune

Editorial: No freedom to ruin public lands

Editorial: No matter what court says, government meetings should leave out the religion

New study ranks Utah at No. 3 among states for retirement

Amid debate, eight wild horses captured in Iron County

Endangered Species decision on Gunnison sage grouse delayed

Paul Rolly: Utah mayor’s campaign money just mysteriously appears

Deal reached to halt endangered listing for Utah flowers

Ex-Gov. Jon Huntsman open to another presidential run

Becker wants employee raises, new mass transit for 2014-15

Report: Problems tracking ammunition at Utah’s Tooele Army Depot

Study to look at another Jordan District split

Deseret News

Jay Evensen: Don’t die early, come to Utah

Editorial: Salt Lake Mayor Ralph Becker presents fiscally responsible budget

Protections for flowering Uinta Basin plants will cost $3 million

Doug Robinson: Pat Jones: Starting over

Homeless man sues Sandy over panhandling enforcement

Former Gov. Jon Huntsman Jr.: ‘I’m open’ to running again for president

Salt Lake City budget proposal takes aim at ‘dark cloud’ over the valley

Bottoms up with Great Salt Lake water? Utah companies say it can be purified


Editorial: A political convention in Utah? (Standard-Examiner)

Editorial: Tax dollars for shooting (Standard-Examiner)

Citizens group, city leaders duke it out over proposed Kaysville tax hike (Standard-Examiner)

Reyes: Time to bring trust back to attorney general’s office (Daily Herald)