Local Headlines 12-22-14

Salt Lake Tribune

Rolly: A.G. passes on case against son of powerful legislator

Editorial: Task force issues a Scrooge of a report

Rolly: Utah restaurant Cinegrill loses something in its move: its liquor license

County proposes new regulations for e-cigarettes

Reyes recusing himself from defense of Count My Vote suit

Toll tunnel, road proposed for shortcut through Oquirrhs

Orem City Council, Alpine School Board give green light to University Mall expansion

Matheson’s legacy: A Democrat who can win over Republicans

Deseret News

Frank Pignanelli & LaVarr Webb: Cogitating on how national issues may affect Utah

Robert Bennett: Lesson for Cruz — Politics are a team sport

John Florez: Utah’s prison relocation is like a Christmas fruitcake

Editorial: Flawed torture report didn’t seem to serve a oft-targeted nation

Editorial: Reconnecting with Cuba is a good move — but let’s do it right, not rushed

EPA declares good news for Utah’s annual pollution levels

Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes removes himself from defending state in SB54 lawsuit

Regulators, groups eye EPA rule on coal ash

Utah economy still adding jobs, report says

Former top deputy in Utah attorney general office is fired

LDS Church clarifies position on nondiscrimination legislation


Alpine residents start referendum petition to overturn Utah County Commission decision (Daily Herald)

Editorial: Keep prison in Draper (Standard-Examiner)

Locals optimistic about 2015 Utah education budget (Standard-Examiner)

IRS grapples with budget cuts and a complex tax code (Standard-Examiner)

Summit County, Park City see boost in sales tax revenues (Park Record)