News from Neighboring States for Dec. 16, 2017: Blaze northwest of Los Angeles expected to return with a vengeance over the weekend.
Thomas wildfire grows as Southern California braces for powerful winds A quarter of Denver renters are severely burdened by prices, Harvard study says Nevada: Federal agent alleges U.S. misconduct, cover-up in Bundy Ranch trial Utah County commissioner accused of sexual harassment was previously investigated for spanking female students New Mexico: Medical pot enrollment jumps 77 […]Read More →
News from Neighboring States for Dec. 15, 2017: 3 California electric plants are no longer economical to run at current electricity prices.
Batteries could replace three California power plants New Mexico: Xcel wind farm agreement includes local spending pledge Utah: After grumbling about Grand Staircase monument, House committee looks at creating a new, smaller national park “Gentrification moves fast”: A hard look at economic displacement in Denver’s most historic black neighborhood Star Wars fans storm Las Vegas […]Read More →
News from Neighboring States for Nov. 14, 2017: Los Angeles developers will have to pay a fee for every square foot of new construction, generating an estimated $100 million per year to be used to provide affordable housing units.
Los Angeles City Council Approves Controversial Housing Development Fee Feds give initial OK to Utah’s application to build Lake Powell pipeline — but with a major, unexpected twist New Mexico lawyer group fires executive director amid investigation ‘Las Vegas Review-Journal’ asks judge to unseal Bundy docs, hearings From growing up in Denver to directing “The […]Read More →
News from Neighboring States for Dec. 13, 2017: Denver’s housing unaffordable; 5-year housing plan for Salt Lake City; No housing for S. Nevada.
Housing in Denver is ‘seriously unaffordable,’ among worst in nation, study finds Salt Lake City approves housing plan Southern Nevada again among nation’s highest in homeless population San Francisco Is Getting Its First Black Female Mayor New Mexico lawmakers have new tool for tax debateRead More →
News from Neighboring States for Dec. 12, 2017: In challenge to SB78, ruling in 3rd District Court invokes Utah Constitution’s ban on partisan tests for ‘employment’ in the public school system.
Utah judge rules against partisan elections for state school board Colorado Divide: In rural Colorado, doctors are retiring and dying — and no one is taking their place. Albuquerque cop, wife adopt pregnant heroin addict’s baby In California, Mixed Results for Regulations Meant to Help Stop Fires and Would the G.O.P. Tax Bill Penalize […]Read More →
California: Fire crews fighting to defend 2 communities from reenergized Thomas fire Worker shortage will hold back Colorado’s economic growth in 2018, CU economists predict New Mexico: Valencia County: An economic development hotspot Nevada: Secret bomber being tested at Nellis? By renaming new Utah monument Shash Jaa, is Trump trying to divide Native American […]Read More →
News from Neighboring States for Dec. 10, 2017: Firefighters continue to battle fires that have torched hundreds of homes in California.
California governor scans wildfire damage and blasts Trump for Paris climate pullout Utah wants young professionals A quiet New Mexico town tries to make sense of violence after school shooting Mandalay Bay struggles to find footing after Las Vegas shooting Here are the three women Gov. John Hickenlooper will choose from to serve on […]Read More →
News from Neighboring States for Dec. 9, 2017: Zinke says mining, drilling played no role in cutting Bear’s Ear by 85 percent
Utah: Uranium firm urged Trump officials to shrink Bears Ears Air Force Space Command wants a stable budget. Officials say national security –and chunk of the Colorado economy– is at stake California: Justices, Divided 5-4, Let Trump Shield DACA Documents New Mexico lobbyist alleges legislator sought sex for vote Formula One files trademark documents for […]Read More →
News from Neighboring States, Dec. 8, 2017: Across Ventura County, fire had consumed 115,000 acres, destroyed 439 buildings and damaged 85 others as it continued to move.
California: As winds kick up again, tall flames menace communities far and wide Metro Denver homeownership initiative has raised $24 million to help low-income families New Mexico claims records on sex harassments are confidential Las Vegas: Committee asked to allow tax-exempt bonds for Raiders stadium Utah: Pressure builds for BYU to scrap its beard […]Read More →
News from Neighboring States, Dec. 7, 2017: Nearly 200,000 people have been told to evacuate amid wildfires near LA.
Southern California wildfires: What we know now Utah Dine Bikeyah, Patagonia and others file latest lawsuit challenging Trump’s authority to shrink Bears Ears Colorado: Boulder’s Access Fund joins Patagonia, others in suing Trump administration over Bears Ears cut Number of available houses in Las Vegas continues to decrease Diverse team of NewMexico lawmakers drafts sex […]Read More →