Local Headlines 6-11-15

Salt Lake Tribune

Editorial: Salt Lake City needs to act against sexual harassment on the job

Big Layton road project begins — with controversial design

Salt Lake City tries a different approach to fighting crime, dealing with homeless

Senate confirms Huber as Utah’s new U.S. attorney

Mormon aid helped in 132 disasters last year, apostle Holland says

Outfitters fear Obama-ordered wage hike could sink their rafts

GOP presidential hopefuls heading to Romney event in Utah

Deseret News

Dan Liljenquist: Ethics is not a partisan issue

Op-ed: Prison in Gunnison reveals a prison’s true nature — a taker that keeps on taking

Editorial: New water rule illustrates how government is not supposed to work

Natalie Gochnour: Utah punches above its weight

Jay Evensen: Getting Utahns to look beyond the number 51 in education spending

Senate confirms new U.S. attorney for Utah

Romney to host at least 6 GOP presidential hopefuls at annual Deer Valley summit

S.L. City Council approves funding to increase police staffing


Editorial: It’s time to move forward with BRT (Daily Herald)

Jeffrey R. Holland addresses all-party parliamentary group in UK House of Lords (Daily Herald)

Editorial: Utah needs Medicaid expansion (Standard-Examiner)

Pentagon: Utah labs received live anthrax from Dugway (Standard-Examiner)

Road work helps Layton remain in economic driver’s seat (Standard-Examiner)