Local Headlines 10-7-13

Salt Lake Tribune

Op-ed: SITLA cannot bend to pressure from any group

Op-ed: The Caucus: a good system that we need to work together to make better

Op-ed: Utah communities harmed by dependence on federal government

Editorial: Burbank is right: Keep local cops out of immigration enforcement

Editorial: Matheson has a way out of the shutdown

Editorial: Special schools

Editorial: Let the sun shine on common core test questions

SLC Latinos kick off nationwide protests

NSA security at Utah Data Center stops journalists from shooting video

Becker plans to offer cheap train, bus passes to Salt Lakers

Utah defense workers cheer back-to-work order

New subpoena zeroes in on Swallow-Johnson money ties

D.C. Notebook: Hatch’s sneakers and Lee as Luke Skywalker

Most big money backers of Count My Vote skipped party caucuses

New health-care law could save money for Utah Corrections

Lee’s shutdown strategy: some see it as brilliant, others a giant blunder

Infographic: Utah’s 35,000 federal employees

Deseret News

John Florez: Democracy is not sandlot ball

Op-ed: One lesson we can learn from the shutdown — it’s time to listen

Frank Pignanelli & LaVarr Webb: Potential lieutenant governor appointments, and their odds

Paul S. Edwards: Mike Leavitt talks about how to bring people and organizations together

Editorial: Variable tolls would help clean the air

Editorial: Stand up for religious liberty

Clean air proposal would let Salt Lake residents ride UTA for $30 a month

State airs proposed plan to clean up Wasatch Front pollution

Democrat Donna McAleer announces she’s challenging Rep. Rob Bishop

Meeting with lawmakers, educators planned for parents reviewing new tests

New poll finds Utahns don’t believe Obamacare fight worth shutting down government

Utah’s challenge: Matching tech talent with tech jobs

Utah DEA agents still at work; some canceling vacations to avoid furlough

Utah unemployment claims up 500 percent since start of shutdown

Grading school grades: Parents speak out on accountability scores

Furloughed federal workers may be going back to work at Hill Air Force Base

Coping with the government shutdown in a town dependent on tourism


Layton says UTOPIA fiber network shedding stigma (Standard-Examiner)

Ogden-Clearfield area nation’s sixth-most dependent on federal jobs (Standard-Examiner)

Businessman Beerman could pose conflicts with a Mayor Beerman (Park Record)

Romneys, in return to Park City, buy Deer Valley mansion (Park Record)

Donna McAleer, Basin Democrat, wants second shot at Rob Bishop (Park Record)