Local Headlines 10-28-15

Salt Lake Tribune

Op-ed: Why don’t payday lenders give us all the facts?

Editorial: Rocky Mountain Power plans deserve open scrutiny

Ex-Utah Pride Center director’s resignation letter alleges financial troubles, struggles with board

Rocky Mountain Power rolls out plan to cut pollution

Utah town weighs Forest Service land swap that would enable development near gun range

Utah GOP believes it has gutted election-reform law

Utah’s Chaffetz files impeachment articles against IRS commissioner

Two more Utah distilleries can offer liquor samples during tours

Rocky Mountain Power wants more electric cars in Utah

Utah legislators, judges honored for juvenile justice work

Becker outspends his opponent, but Biskupski closes the gap

Utah experts: Loopholes and gaps in oversight allow massive insurance fraud

County Council ponders UAC role after Phil Lyman award

Utah students steady on math and reading as nation’s scores drop

Utah shuts down Arches, Utah’s nonprofit insurance co-op

Deseret News

Richard Davis: Utah’s citizens want high quality public education; but our leaders aren’t delivering

Op-ed: Gov. Herbert ignores college students but makes time for donors

Jay Evensen: Utah law isn’t ready for driverless cars — and yet they’re coming

Editorial: Another nail-biting crisis brought on by the debt ceiling

LDS doctrine ‘completely linked’ to traditional family, Elder M. Russell Ballard tells World Congress of Families

Air and energy forum debuts energy initiative

Agency releases Utah plan to help sage grouse

Utah economy particularly strong in October, survey says

Groups announce ‘monumental’ plan to combat homelessness

Sen. Mike Lee: Substance of budget deal ‘stinks’

Judge poised to strike down part of new Utah election law

Legislators, judges honored for advocacy of juvenile justice

Bountiful city leaders hear from residents opposed to proposed land swap

Becker outspends Biskupski, lags behind in last-minute fundraising

World Congress of Families kicks off with message of action

Arches Health Plan won’t offer new plans in 2016


Editorial: Utah’s poor deserve effective representation in court (Standard-Examiner)

Pros and cons of $298M Davis school bond aired by board members (Standard-Examiner)

Roads, cops and finances among top concerns in South Ogden (Standard-Examiner)

In wake of recent study, local districts examining time spent on tests (Logan Herald Journal)

Editorial: Replacing Ure will be tall order for Summit County Republicans (Park Record)

Summit County Council members discuss budget and transportation at annual retreat (Park Record)

Summit County Council member Dave Ure will soon be stepping down (Park Record)

Park City Council field: no political bombshells, but no gaffs, either (Park Record)