Local Headlines 11-5-15

Salt Lake Tribune

Editorial: UTA should change its structure to restore voter confidence

Prop 1 hits apparent dead end in Salt Lake County

Millcreek to become Salt Lake County’s 17th city

State law delays unveiling of winner in Salt Lake City mayor’s race

UTA vows to earn public trust in wake of mixed election results

SLC race for mayor is over … or not

Millcreek boosters now looking for leaders

Utah election dispute likely headed back to court, unless lawmakers intervene

ICE crackdown: Hundreds of criminal immigrants nabbed in Utah, other western states

Auditors ‘pleasantly surprised’ by accuracy of Utah school finance reporting

Deseret News

Dan Liljenquist: Arches Health Plan’s demise exposes Obamacare’s fundamental flaws

Op-ed: Medicare question: Switch it or stick with it?

Jay Evensen: A few lessons from Tuesday’s election

Editorial: An apparent changing of the guard in the mayor’s office, based on unofficial vote counts

Utah coal brings Oakland activists to a boil

Los Angeles smog comparison riles Utah air quality agency

Video: Sen. Orrin Hatch: ‘Erroneous’ wall of church-state separation ‘narrowed’ religion’s role

Lawmaker wants daily post-election vote updates

Audit: Sensitive student information released in 5,500 transactions

Becker’s comeback odds unclear with 24,000 S.L. County ballots yet to be counted


UTA may have soured Prop 1 in Morgan, Box Elder counties (Standard-Examiner)

2-vote margin in Syracuse council election; recount possible (Standard-Examiner)

Large wildfires fueled by more than just dry weather, study says (Standard-Examiner)

Davis bond passes, school construction expected this spring (Standard-Examiner)

Simmonds, Olsen remain on Logan council, Jensen unseats Ward (Logan Herald Journal)

Park City School District $56 million bond fails (Park Record)

East Side voters choose incumbents (Park Record)

Beerman re-elected as voters also put Worel and Gerber into office (Park Record)