Local Headlines 1-8-15

Salt Lake Tribune

Editorial: No half-way way to make consumer complaints public

Saratoga Springs investigating possible cyber attack on its website

Evidence hearing set for ex-Utah AG John Swallow

Obama nominee: Utah Supreme Court justice could become 2nd female federal judge

Roy police chief resigns after just two years at the helm

Jet lag sidelines SLC mayor

Grand County bails on eastern Utah infrastructure group

West Valley leaders debate records release in Danielle Willard shooting

Deseret News

Dan Liljenquist: No double-dipping return for state retirees

Jay Evensen: As another inversion creeps in, let’s look for real solutions

Editorial: A new Congress, where bickering must turn to brokering

Judge sets 5-day preliminary hearing in June for John Swallow

Obama nominates U. professor to Federal Reserve Board of Governors

Alan Dershowitz responds in legal feud with U. professor Paul Cassell

Educators seek to enhance STEM skills for current and future workforce

Tooele, Grantsville leaders sign resolutions opposing proposed prison site

Utah leaders express concern over former Utah House Speaker Becky Lockhart’s ‘critical illness’

Other

Editorial: Utah GOP attacks itself (Standard-Examiner)

Students now cover more university costs than state government (Standard-Examiner)

Editorial: Utah politicians have opportunity to make an impact in D.C. (Daily Herald)

Utah’s former speaker Becky Lockhart critically ill (Daily Herald)