Local Headlines 10-28-13

Salt Lake Tribune

Editorial: No fare hike part of UTA’s good news budget

Editorial: All Utahns should encourage more black culture

Editorial: Utah Regents right to encourage ’15 to Finish’

Utah retirement pension ranks nationally for private equity returns

Utah GOP votes to reform caucus system

NAACP leader tells Salt Lake audience to fight to maintain voter rights

Making waves defines Lee’s short Senate career

NSA Data Center provides big backdrop to little protest

Senator Lee wages polarizing fight to revamp the GOP

Deseret News

Op-ed: The CARE tax is worth renewing

John Florez: Bureaucracies do not work for customers, feds should be more like Utah

Op-ed: Compromise or collusion? Mike Lee draws a line in the sand

Study: Utah among states with math, science scores above international average

New Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox enjoys brief homecoming

Guv’s general counsel appointed to appellate court post

Visiting NAACP president urges Salt Lake branch to emphasize voter access, participation

Utah farmers, ranchers want immigration reforms to meet labor needs


Lawmakers looking to change state tree to aspen (Daily Herald)

Orem elections a matter of tax (Daily Herald)

Utah’s First Lady asks parents to prioritize kids (Daily Herald)

Davis County welcomes state’s deeper look into Stericycle waste burner (Standard-Examiner)

City campaigns have few women candidates – Why? (Standard-Examiner)

School district lowers bond interest rates (Logan Herald Journal)

Election 2013: Park City turnout is scarce at start, but will it pick up? (Park Record)