Local Headlines 10-9-15

Salt Lake Tribune

Editorial: Johnston, Salazar and Luke the best choices for Salt Lake City Council

Utah’s Chaffetz sees opening in speaker’s race with front-runner’s withdrawal

Utah Highway Patrol blitz will target express-lane violators

Rolly: Takin’ it to the street — the politics of road repairs

Becker and Biskupski spar in Salt Lake City mayoral debate

Salt Lake City to hire 15 more police officers, thanks to a federal grant

Fight over value — and cost — of solar ignites again in Utah

Feds coming to Utah college to investigate handling of reported sexual assault

Deseret News

Op-ed: Misinterpretation of Second Amendment is paralyzing

A. Scott Anderson: We all must take steps to prevent cybercrime

Salt Lake police receive $1.8 million federal grant to hire new officers

Gov. Gary Herbert among the first to ‘fly’ in F-35 interactive cockpit simulator

State School Board: Parental opt-out law doesn’t apply to civics test graduation requirement

S.L. mayoral candidates tangle over political track records, city issues

Is ‘Speaker Chaffetz’ more likely with McCarthy out?


Editorial: Orem’s election bringing out the worst in supporters and its politicians (Daily Herald)

Vote-by-mail ballots out this week (Daily Herald)

Lehi resident takes opposition to RAP tax (Daily Herald)

Editorial: Secret Service abused privacy of Chaffetz (Standard-Examiner)

Utah millennials politically hesitant, but less than other states (Standard-Examiner)

Firearms training: Some teachers prepare for the unthinkable (Standard-Examiner)

USU sets enrollment records, sees 6 percent increase for full-time students (Logan Herald Journal)

Logan metropolitan area recognized as second best city nationwide for career opportunities (Logan Herald Journal)

Rep. Redd to discuss state Medicaid expansion in town hall (Logan Herald Journal)