Local Headlines 9-24-13

Salt Lake Tribune

Seelig: Time to ratify ban on nuclear testing

Editorial: Utah’s water too valuable to squander on nuke plant

Appeals court sides with Microsoft over Utah-based Novell’s antitrust claims

After Navy Yard shooting, no appetite for gun control in Washington

Gov. Gary Herbert picks new Human Services boss

To kill Obamacare, Sen. Lee ready to oppose bill he supports

EPA to start clean-up at Utah County site

West Davis freeway receives more criticism

Nuclear plant company defends water rights

SLC Council to take reins on horse-drawn carriages

Sandy considering ban on picketing near a target’s home

Deseret News

Op-ed: The caucus system is a balanced approach to representation

Editorial: Crime in perspective: Utah remains one of the safest states, crime nationwide not a growing problem

Editorial: Politics of brinkmanship

Trial begins on water for proposed nuclear power plant

Doug Robinson: Memo from teachers: We can’t teach ’em if they’re not here

GOP still pushing for later primary date

Microsoft did not break antitrust laws in dealings with Novell, court rules

Landowner says desert tortoise, federal government left him bankrupt

Capturing history: From Rutherford to Obama, here’s a look at US presidents in Utah

Is the STEM shortage a manufactured crisis?

Kenyans in Utah find comfort, hope together after Nairobi mall attack


County lawmaker questioning Swallow probe (Daily Herald)

Editorial: Wasted money on parolees (Standard-Examiner)

UDOT releases public comments to West Davis Corridor (Standard-Examiner)

Advertising coming to Davis District school buses (Standard-Examiner)

Layton official suggests rounding up citizens’ utility bills (Standard-Examiner)