Local Headlines 3-25-15

Salt Lake Tribune

Editorial: Investments in Salt Lake City attract Google Fiber

Rolly: Utah turns to award-winning comedy to boost voter registration

‘Dead Man Walking’ nun: Utah’s firing squad reveals brutality of capital punishment

Guv signs e-cig bill, white-collar crime registry and more

Salt Lake City becomes latest Google Fiber city

SLC regulations for taxis, ridesharing could soon be moot

Deseret News

Editorial: Legislative subsidy for USU athletics — leveling the field or creating a slippery slope?

Richard Davis: Demos shouldn’t decide too quickly on presidential candidate

Op-ed: A 24-hour city deserves a 24-hour library

Jay Evensen: Movie industry subsidies don’t provide much in return

Op-ed: Gov. Herbert should veto SB136

Op-ed: Is Gov. Herbert listening to those who oppose wood-burning restrictions?

Op-ed: State Legislature could avoid headaches by keeping the prison in Draper

Utah plan for endangered prarie dogs approved

3 percent college tuition increase on the table for 2015-16

Embracing change: Utah County leaders examine real estate development

Firing squad’s return in Utah may hasten end of death penalty, Sister Prejean says

Gov. signs white-collar crime, ‘right to try,’ e-cigarette bills

UTA aims to reduce emissions on paratransit buses

Salt Lake City to become next Google Fiber city


Op-ed: Historic rights threatened by Summit development (Standard-Examiner)

UTOPIA triangle strangling Orem’s options (Daily Herald)

Rep. Lee Perry: ‘bill will save lives’ (Park Record)

Bill establishes get-rescued-free card program (Park Record)