Local Headlines 7-1-15

Salt Lake Tribune

Editorial: Even without taxpayer money, land grab makes Utah look bad

Utah cities want higher tax for transportation, ask counties to put it on the ballot

Rolly: Magna to Confederate group: Keep your flag at home

FBI blocks new Utah background checks on undocumented-immigrant drivers

West Jordan city attorney submits resignation

U. geologist’s claims of water raise doubts about tar sands mine expansion

Council finds enough common ground to move forward with ‘preservation’ plan for Salt Lake County townships, unincorporated areas

Police say Utah man admits to vandalism, injuries originally reported as anti-gay attack; donations returned

Top Mormon leaders sending letter to members, reaffirming God’s law against same-sex marriage

Summer ozone blast threatening Utahns’ health, thanks to sunshine and car exhaust

Deseret News

Jay Evensen: Allowing states to collect sales taxes from online purchases is a tough sell

Editorial: APUSH in the wrong direction? Looking at revised U.S. history curriculum for AP students

Utahns continue to have confidence in economy, despite higher gas prices

Oil sands mining plan in Utah draws strong reaction

Working group to address possible American Fork Canyon land swap

First Presidency sends letter with counsel for members after Supreme Court’s same-sex marriage decision

Delta man staged hate crimes in a ‘cry for help,’ attorney says


Hard to breathe? Utah sees heavy ozone buildup (Standard-Examiner)

Coalville ballot is full (Park Record)

Local lawmakers say it’s time to deal with Medicaid expansion (Park Record)