Local Headlines 11-23-15

Salt Lake Tribune

Rolly: Gov. Herbert needs to be careful about who his friends are

Op-ed: Rocky Mountain Power and PSC should embrace solar

Op-ed: Take control of elections away from parties

Op-ed: Why we’re suing the state to protect free speech

Editorial: PSC plays it safe for now, but not for the future

Editorial: Utah lawmakers don’t really care about ‘protecting the vulnerable’

Utah elections boss says candidates can gather signatures to get on the ballot

Rolly: Randy Horiuchi was more than a loyal, jovial, friendly politician — he was my brother

Utah guv’s approval strong, but not tops in the nation

Semitrucks tailgating? No, they’re drafting to save fuel

With EnergySolutions’ acquisition of waste-disposal competitor, is depleted uranium still headed for Utah?

St. George businessman Jeremy Johnson wants judge to protect his emails

Swallow attorney expands request for FBI evidence

White House sends Utah Gov. Gary Herbert a letter about Syrian refugees

Plan calls for smaller homeless shelters scattered throughout Salt Lake area

Deseret News

Frank Pignanelli & LaVarr Webb: No political turkeys to expose this Thanksgiving season

John Florez: Salt Lake City has a leader

Editorial: Both economic and environmental impacts of fracking deserve careful consideration

Op-ed: Wisdom of not expanding Medicaid becomes ever clearer

Op-ed: Expanded bus service up Little Cottonwood Canyon is better option than train routes

Editorial: A properly managed transit agency is critical to well-being of community it serves

Utah jobless rate holds steady at 3.6 percent

From Becker to Biskupski: Salt Lake City Hall readies for shift to new mayor

A new approach: What the poor can teach us about helping the homeless

Doug Robinson: The Iron Lady of Utah

Carson tops new poll of Utah voters


Editorial: Utah’s Herbert takes a sensible stance on Syrian refugees (Standard-Examiner)

What is the hiring practice for teachers in Utah? (Standard-Examiner)

Two Utah bills add teeth to laws against child sex predators (Standard-Examiner)

Is Washington Boulevard getting ‘gentrified’ or ‘redeveloped?’ (Standard-Examiner)

Can Ogden’s Washington Boulevard regain its glory? (Standard-Examiner)

Ogden’s Washington Boulevard forgotten, some business owners say (Standard-Examiner)

Summit County Republican Party selects Tal Adair for County Council (Park Record)

Dave Ure bids Summit County Council farewell (Park Record)