Local Headlines 11-18-15

Salt Lake Tribune

Editorial: Herbert shows heart and brains on refugee question

Developers no longer seek Bountiful’s OK for controversial Davis County land swap

Activists cite climate impacts to demand end to all BLM leasing

Utah’s rule on water-heater emissions not dead — yet

Nonprofit groups challenge Utah political disclosure law

West Jordan Councilman to sue city, colleagues

Utah capital elects first openly gay mayor

Prop 1 dies in Salt Lake County; margin of defeat widens after canvass

UTA says it didn’t know about latest Swiss trip — led by current, former UTA officials

State pays $1.3 million to victims of crashes on washed-out road

Rolly: Why Mia Love went MIA on Veterans Day

Utah’s members of Congress want to halt Syrian refugee program now

Shurtleff prosecutor is investigating Harry Reid

Herbert shifts his stance, says no new monuments in Utah

Canvass clarifies Salt Lake County residents like island status

Deseret News

Richard Davis: Finding balance between fighting terrorism and preserving our liberties

Jay Evensen: The focus on stopping refugees is a waste of energy

Editorial: Law enforcement leaders working to reduce prison incarceration rates

Ex-Congressman Jim Matheson encourages students to participate in political arena

Utah sends $300K bill to EPA over mine spill

Price tag for school enrollment growth at least $90 million

Bountiful City Council votes against proposed land exchange

Proposition 1 officially fails in Salt Lake County

Utah homelessness drops, but number of homeless schoolchildren is up

Utah lawmakers, others defend trip to Switzerland

Official results: Biskupski will be next mayor of Salt Lake City

Liberals and conservatives disagree about marriage, but have similar family lives, survey finds


Expect more than 400,000 residents in northwest Utah County by 2050 (Daily Herald)

Orem voter turnout increased by 100 percent (Daily Herald)

Editorial: Democracy works — no land swap in Bountiful (Standard-Examiner)

Democrat Peter Clemens aims again to unseat GOPer Rob Bishop (Standard-Examiner)

East Side candidates vie for open County Council seat (Park Record)