Local Headlines 3-24-16

Salt Lake Tribune

Editorial: High voter turnout a good problem to be solved

Editorial: Legislature can improve its outcomes by curbing late bills

Sanders’ win gives him bulk of Utah delegates

After Utah caucus buoys Cruz, candidates reload for April fights

‘I want us to function like a normal city’: Polygamous town holds first Republican caucus in years

Census data: Salt Lake, Utah counties essentially becoming ‘one big metropolitan area’

Deseret News

Jay Evensen: Trump and protesters alike are cheapening America’s place in the world

Dan Liljenquist: Utah presidential caucuses brought voters

Op-ed: Legalized theft needs statewide reform

Editorial: French Prime Minister Manuel Valls accurately said Tuesday, ‘We are at war’

What the presidential candidates and the Utah delegation are saying about the Brussels attacks

Despite record caucus turnout, fewer votes cast for president than in 2008

Census: Epicenter of Utah population growth shifting to Utah County

Other

Editorial: The chaos of Utah’s caucuses (Daily Herald)

Influence of Becky Lockhart, Woodbury Family span decades of business and legislation (Daily Herald)

Parties happy with high voter turnout, recognize issues that need fixed (Daily Herald)

Incumbent Curt Oda withdraws from Utah House re-election (Standard-Examiner)

Caucus night exceeded parties expectations (Standard-Examiner)

Cache County political parties report logistical success for crowded caucuses (Logan Herald Journal)