Local Headlines 9-4-14

Salt Lake Tribune

Editorial: Streetcar saga shows SLC needs better transit process

Fired Wal-Mart workers say they have right to self-defense

South Jordan moves ahead on polling public about Mulligans

Tribune to host Town Hall about Swallow, Shurtleff scandal

25 possible sites identified for Utah’s new prison

Draper kills referendum two minutes before the deadline

Panelists say more women are needed in political office

Deseret News

Dan Liljenquist: Common Core conflicts with federal education statutes

Orrin Hatch: Restoring the United States Senate

Bike lane project on 300 South applauded and criticized

Attorney general candidates Sean Reyes, Charles Stormont scrutinize campaign donations

EnergySolutions gets delay on issues surrounding depleted uranium storage

Utah Supreme Court considers issue of self-defense in the workplace


Republicans hold massive cash advantage over county Democratic candidates (Daily Herald)

UTA says Weber transit service would have many riders (Standard-Examiner)

Editorial: Get set, Cache Valley, for mail-in balloting (Logan Herald Journal)