Local Headlines 8-19-13

Salt Lake Tribune

Rolly: Utah lawmakers’ affair with big tobacco

Op-ed: Transit-hub development key to Utah future

Op-ed: Congress neglecting duty on immigration reform

Op-ed: No more mandate, no more public schools

Editorial: Future is here: It’s time for realism about water

Editorial: Helpful dreamers: Hatch, Obama working on reform

Labor shortage hampering rebound of Utah’s housing construction

UTA commended for completing rail lines early and under budget

Federal lawsuit: West Valley City cops violated family’s civil rights

Rolly: Here’s one way for UTA drivers to get bonuses

Deseret News

Frank Pignanelli & LaVarr Webb: Despite summer’s end, there’s controversy heating up

Op-ed: The civil rights comparison with gay marriage deserves scrutiny

John Florez: Time to flip the Corrections system

Robert Bennett: Congress should reclaim its powers

Editorial: The American Dream

Worst Colorado River drought in century prompts feds to cut releases from Lake Powell

Jobless numbers improving in Utah

Fighting the good fight for religious right

Are Utah’s colleges and universities fulfilling their mission?

Fighting obesity: Utah 7th best in nation, kids are number 1


Op-ed: Government shutdown to protect liberty (Daily Herald)

Rumors of Orem’s financial demise exaggerated (Daily Herald)

Editorial: Administration owns Obamacare (Standard-Examiner)

Hill, others will likely have to make technological upgrades to clear air (Standard-Examiner)

Factors in low Logan voter turnout weighed (Logan Herald Journal)

Park City residents seek immigration reform (Park Record)

Public input on taxes high (Park Record)

Another class of leaders, the twentieth, sought in Park City (Park Record)

Park City Council field carved to four, turnout sparse (Park Record)

Howard Dean, national Democratic figure, plans Park City stop (Park Record)