Local Headlines 11-6-15

Salt Lake Tribune

Editorial: New mayor must be a collaborative leader

Utah’s Bishop would restrict feds from buying more land in the West

Chris Burbank finds new job as police research center director

NRA urges members to oppose proposed target-shooting ban in southern Utah

Group abandons effort to limit terms for Utah governor’s appointees

Once site secured, new Utah prison will begin with lines of dirt-filled trucks

Rolly: Republicans break out the big guns in Draper only to see their attacks backfire

Utah’s Mike Lee touts bipartisan cooperation

Door closing on Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker’s chances for re-election

Judge invalidates law, says Utah’s trout rivers and streams must remain accessible

Deseret News

Natalie Gochnour: Utah’s threshold economy breaks through

Greg Bell: Support Salt Lake’s homeless and needy, not panhandlers

Bishop’s proposal to reform land fund draws criticism

Five powerful clips from Sen. Orrin Hatch’s faith and public life floor speech

Low energy prices lead to turmoil, rumors for Utah oil operations

Former S.L. police chief takes new job with law enforcement think tank

State School Board considering new assessment for kindergarteners

Snowbird to forego development in lower American Fork Canyon

Becker sees ‘improbable, not impossible’ hurdle in S.L. mayor’s race

Utah anglers reel in a win as judge tosses ‘stream access’ law

State to hire firm to manage construction of new prison ‘as soon as possible’


Editorial: It’s never too soon to play Wednesday-morning quarterback (Daily Herald)

Provo police invite conversation on race and relations with officers (Daily Herald)

Taking a look at Utah County’s 2016 tentative budget (Daily Herald)

Editorial: Prop 1: Voters ensure a brighter future in Weber, Davis counties (Standard-Examiner)

Prop 1 aftermath: Now what? Officials weigh in (Standard-Examiner)

American Indians now have big influence in water and land issues (Standard-Examiner)