Local Headlines 11-11-15

Salt Lake Tribune

Editorial: Readiness program worth pursuing, even with doubts

Editorial: End earmarks, but improve budget transparency

I-15 near St. George will get an 80-mph zone

Biskupski wants meeting with Mormon leaders on new policy, broader issues

Rolly: Salt Lake City parking cop might need a new watch

Lawmakers meet in Utah to draw blueprint for constitutional convention

Refugees thank Gov. Herbert for center focused on job training, English courses

Biskupski wants meeting with Mormon leaders on new policy, broader issues

Utah charter enrollment hits new high; number of students living in poverty drops

Mismanagement blamed for continual flooding in Utah city

GOP wants Utah to let judge settle election dispute

Utah official indicted on federal embezzlement charges

Gov. Herbert taps Cyprus High alumnus to fill vacancy on Utah Supreme Court

Deseret News

Richard Davis: Utah’s schoolchildren are underperforming, but it’s not their fault

Jay Evensen: It’s been more than a week; who won the election?

Editorial: Veterans Day a time for somber reflection, gratitude

Utah GOP wants state Supreme Court to resolve nominating process

Utah Refugee Education and Training Center a ‘home,’ refugee leaders tell Gov. Herbert

Video: ‘Campaign against religious liberty has three prongs,’ Hatch says in floor speech

Feds indict former Carbon County emergency manager

Pricey mayoral race prompts Salt Lake City Council to consider campaign finance reform

School enrollment counts show more student diversity, charter growth

Ex A.G. Mark Shurtleff cites info he wants feds to release in criminal case


Lindon mayor appointed to UTA’s board of trustees (Daily Herald)

Editorial: To fight gangs, rebuild Ogden’s Mexican-American culture (Standard-Examiner)

Water pumped out of Indian reservations, waste trucked in (Standard-Examiner)

PCSD Board of Education readies next step after bond defeat (Park Record)

Council reassured after UAC visit (Park Record)