Local Headlines 9-23-15

Salt Lake Tribune

Op-ed: Metro-Township without service district is best choice for Millcreek

Salt Lake County worker comp system was breached

Former Utah Lt. Gov. picked to try to resolve elections lawsuit

Mountain View Corridor about to become longer, safer

UTA offers more specifics on spending that depends on tax hike

Rolly: South Jordan council member says he was offered a bribe to drop out of race

State penalized $200k for non-compliance with prison-rape bill

LGBT rights group condemns Utah governor for scheduled address

Salt Lake County wants tax money for ‘reinvention’ of justice system

As classrooms overflow, Davis district asks for $298M for 3 new schools

Deseret News

Richard Davis: Learning about others’ political views: The case of Liberty University

Jay Evensen: Sage grouse controversy has not been settled for good

Sage Grouse not endangered but new battleground emerges

Prosecutors: Ex A.G. Mark Shurtleff told Jeremy Johnson how to ‘blow up’ plea hearing

Ex Lt. Gov. Greg Bell chosen to mediate SB54 lawsuit

Data breach exposes Salt Lake County employee information

Utah.gov honored with 2 national awards

Salt Lake County leaders propose new facility to fix jail’s ‘revolving door’

Sen. Hatch delivers first of eight floor speeches on religious liberty

Los Angeles’ state of emergency over homelessness a clarion call for affordable housing, Utahns say


Western wildfires hamper staffing of Utah federal offices (Standard-Examiner)

Utah politicos and conservationists react to sage grouse decision (Standard-Examiner)

Audit finds waste and abuse in state Office of Education’s fleet (Standard-Examiner)

River Heights cancels general election; Millville expected to follow (Logan Herald Journal)

The political season arrives in Park City (Park Record)