Local Headlines 11-16-15

Salt Lake Tribune

Op-ed: In attacks on Rocky Mountain Power, facts don’t seem to matter

Op-ed: Utah leads on impact investing to solve big problems

Op-ed: Rep. Bishop stands by veterans and their families

Op-ed: Legislators wrong about Tribune meat-inspection story

Editorial: All of Utah delegation should support world aid bill

Herbert backs asking high court to rule on Utah election law

Governor Herbert names Gay Cookson director of Utah Division of Arts & Museums

Top Utah officials recommend review of caps on state liability

Former Japanese ambassador pushes trade pact during Utah trip

Odd twist in Shurtleff prosecution: Both sides want to know what feds might be hiding

Forest Service shifts gears, cancels 2 planned ATV corridors in Northern Utah

Vigil at Utah Capitol shows support for grieving France

Deseret News

Frank Pignanelli & LaVarr Webb: Discord between conservatives, ‘liberal media’ on national spotlight

John Florez: The homeless need hope and expectations

Op-ed: Salt Lake City’s homeless deserve hospice care

Editorial: Hatch provides helpful clarification on separation of church and state

Editorial: Prescription drug abuse has extreme health and safety consequences for Utah families

UTA chairman says backlash hurt sales tax increase proposal in S.L., Utah counties

Federal prosecutors deny wrongdoing in case against Jeremy Johnson

Utah lawmaker chosen as next president of Utah College of Applied Technology

Will push for another Romney run lead to endorsement of Rubio?

Are some refugees fleeing Utah in exodus for better health care options?

French living in Utah find comfort, strength at vigils


Highland lawmaker Alvin Jackson to resign to move closer to family (Daily Herald)

Hyrum election saw increased voter turnout (Logan Herald Journal)

Another Utah Republican plans Medicaid expansion bill (Standard-Examiner)

County officials react to transportation sales tax vote (Park Record)