Local Headlines 6-19-15

Salt Lake Tribune

Op-ed: Salt Lake City loses a great policeman with Burbank’s exit

Op-ed: Clean up power-plant emissions to preserve our parks’ vistas

Op-ed: Federal and Utah governments must step up for special education

Editorial: Utah’s senators wrong to oppose ban on torture

Brookings shows value of tech to Utah

They’re fighting the prison move — now they’re fighting for office

Utah fashion tip: New tie for Father’s Day — seat belt for every day

Herbert: Inmates, not economics, should drive prison site — even if it means rebuilding in Draper

Hospice for Salt Lake City’s homeless on hold — for now

Utahns react to Pope Francis’ call to combat climate change

Utah lieutenant guv urges businesses to hire refugees

Rolly: Treasured history bites the dust as U. mistakenly digs up, destroys Fort Douglas artifacts

Deseret News

Greg Bell: Happiness comes from constantly improving ourselves

Op-ed: Gov. Herbert doesn’t need Congress to have role in public education

S.L. City Council delays opening of homeless hospice

State School Board considers more changes to school grading system

New assessment shows not enough undeveloped land to rebuild state prison on Draper site

Other

Editorial: Taxpayer-funded ATV defense (Standard-Examiner)

Councilman objects to budget, salary increase for mayor (Standard-Examiner)

Governor asks for bigger role in Utah education (Standard-Examiner)

Latin American Chamber looks to expand in N. Utah (Standard-Examiner)

Mayor Petersen, Logan Municipal Council hope to improve social media usage (Logan Herald Journal)