Local Headlines 5-25-16

Salt Lake Tribune

National tea party group endorses Johnson in Utah governor’s race

UTA switches course, will open committee meetings amid negative feedback

Utah’s Chaffetz testifies in push to impeach IRS chief

Arizona business leaders say pollution from Utah is obstructing Grand Canyon views

DABC makes it more difficult to get liquor license near churches

Rolly: Bears Ears opponents posting phony fliers, letters to scare Utah Navajos

UCA board grapples with funding freeze in wake of fraud, audit

We hikers are freeloaders, and the feds are onto us

Deseret News

Jay Evensen: Like it or not, politics and money go together

Richard Davis: Who needs to go to the bathroom

UTA relents to criticism, agrees to open its committee meetings

National conservative group backs Jonathan Johnson’s bid to oust Herbert

Thousands of Primary Care Network slots in limbo to pave way for Medicaid extension

Utah’s energy summit highlights challenges, successes

Salt Lake City Council allocates $65,000 to give Biskupski time to save Wingpointe

Other

Uplift Families initiative seeks to reach more parents (Daily Herald)

Utah County Commission passes resolution encouraging UTA transparency; UTA reopens meetings to public hours later (Daily Herald)

Editorial: Who’s going to be our next Weber County commissioner? That’s up to you (Standard-Examiner)

Ogden to cast final vote on revitalizing blighted inner city section (Standard-Examiner)

East Side drawn into transportation funding talks (Park Record)