Local Headlines 10-21-15

Salt Lake Tribune

Op-ed: Millcreek township supporters aren’t giving an accurate picture

Utah’s Tolman: Criminal justice reform measure isn’t ‘going soft on crime’

Rolly: Utah football fans encounter Salt Lake City’s ‘trail to nowhere’

McAdams: Criminal-justice reform key to 2016 Salt Lake County budget

Utah regulators to pump brakes on fast-talking car ads

Prop 1 would raise $58M in Salt Lake County, $108M overall

State revenues robust, but online sales siphoning tax

Chaffetz on speaker race: ‘I’m out, and I’m supporting Paul Ryan’

Salt Lake County approves Mountainous Planning District

Salt Lake City, flush with cash it struggles to spend, pauses impact fees for a year

Mormon apostle Oaks: Kentucky clerk wrong not to issue same-sex marriage licenses

Deseret News

Richard Davis: Utah needs leadership more than empty rhetoric

Jay Evensen: Utah’s liquor laws are not so crazy after all

Editorial: Trans-Pacific Partnership details to become public soon

Head of Utah’s oil, gas and mining agency receives national award

Sen. Mike Lee takes on Big Egg in defense of little mayo

Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams makes criminal justice reform top priority in 2016 budget

Federal policies vex Utah water commission

New report shows Utah families may pay up to $140 more in taxes

Washington, D.C., group requests that Utah football coaches stop teaching religion classes

Which teachers have guns? Utah law prevents districts from asking

Salt Lake considers recycling mandate for apartments, businesses

Report: Utah only A+ state in financial literacy for students

Elder Oaks suggests center path of mutual understanding instead of wall between church and state

Economic performance study calls Utah ‘most fundamentally sound state’


Elder Oaks calls for balance in political discussion, comments on Kim Davis (Daily Herald)

Provo District 1 incumbent discusses candidacy with Daily Herald (Daily Herald)

LDS Apostle: Public officials can’t replace duty with belief (Standard-Examiner)

Public records battle shows dirty political money, clean getaway (Standard-Examiner)

Overstock executive, a gubernatorial hopeful, plans Park City stop (Park Record)