REGIONAL NEWS for Aug. 21, 2017: As the eclipse carves a long shadow over California on Monday morning, it is expected to knock offline more than 5,600 megawatts’ worth of solar panels at its peak.
California: What Happens to Solar Power in an Eclipse? We’ll Find Out Today. Utah: Landfill near the Great Salt Lake could become one of the nation’s largest industrial waste repositories Colorado: Noise is the biggest source of oil and gas complaints New Mexico: Empty acres, room to grow Las Vegas: Entertainment legend Jerry Lewis dead […]Read More →
REGIONAL NEWS for Aug. 20, 2017: In Navajo culture, the passing of the moon over the sun is an intimate moment in which the sun is reborn and tribal members take time out for themselves.
New Mexico, Utah: Tribes hope for renewal in solar eclipse; not all will watch Los Angeles warns homebuilders, but not residents, of traffic pollution health risks Denver buyers developing an attachment to townhomes as fewer new homes list under $400K Las Vegas: Inventory of condos, townhomes tumblingRead More →
REGIONAL NEWS for Aug. 19, 2017: New effort comes on the heels of a renewed campaign to allow California to secede from the United States.
California: The man who wanted to split the state into six states now wants to make it into three New Mexico’s unemployment rate still ranked second highest Salt Lake City: Leaders say crackdown brought ‘remarkable’ change near homeless shelter. But has the exodus changed nearby areas for the worse? Denver: Need a building permit? Auditor […]Read More →
Colorado: The Sessions Letters: Read the U.S. attorney general’s missives to the first four states to legalize marijuana Nevada judge clears way for expanded marijuana distribution California: Power grid operator offers alternatives to natural gas plant but at higher cost Utah, Nevada: 40 years ago, Bruce Springsteen and Steven Van Zandt drove through 2 […]Read More →
Nevada: University sticks by stance despite petition asking for Cvjetanovic’s expulsion California confronts its Confederate past as monuments are abruptly removed New Mexico: How did $100 million de Kooning painting end up in a home in tiny Cliff? Utah: Transgender Midvale mayor candidate likely headed for general election; all county mayors appear to survive runoff […]Read More →
REGIONAL NEWS for Aug. 15, 2017: Lawsuit is latest in California and elsewhere over Trump’s efforts to compel cooperation from local governments on immigration policy
California Sues Justice Dept. Over Funding for Sanctuary Cities Albuquerque Public Schools promotes ‘private school education for free’ Denver City Council clears $1.8 billion terminal partnership for takeoff at DIA Las Vegas: Bundy supporters decry court proceedings; judge denies call for mistrial Utah: This invasive insect from the Mediterranean is now infesting homesRead More →
REGIONAL NEWS for Aug. 14, 2017: Is it appropriate for a man and a woman to have a one-on-one work meeting?
Utah: Some say men and women should keep their distance at the office and beyond. Denver: Lawyers set to make closing arguments in Taylor Swift trial New Mexico Republican official’s post about protesters sparks outrage Las Vegas: Investors pay premium for land near Raiders Stadium California Republicans face backlash for backing climate change programRead More →
REGIONAL NEWS for Aug. 13, 2017: Going off the grid might be a dream, but the reality is difficult to achieve.
California: Severing ties with utilities isn’t as easy as cutting the cable cord Utah: University president sought ‘total control’ of Huntsman Cancer Institute before fight with the prominent family came to light Denver’s 34-year deal at DIA might be the city’s first big public-private partnership, but don’t expect it to be the last Santa Fe: […]Read More →
REGIONAL NEWS for Aug. 12, 2017: Homebuilders fetching record prices, with buyers writing checks not seen since the bubble years.
Las Vegas Homebuilders see record prices, lower sales Utah: University president sought ‘total control’ of Huntsman Cancer Institute before fight with the prominent family came to light New Mexico: Judge tosses 10 vetoes, says governor failed to follow rules Colorado: Redbarre details huge facility in Parker that could create 4,000 jobs, bring Hollywood here California: […]Read More →
REGIONAL NEWS for Aug. 11, 2017: Because of the different ways parents interact with their children, juvenile courts need to be allowed the flexibility to determine what is abuse.
Utah: Spanking is legal, Supreme Court says California: Students, Cities and States Take the Climate Fight to Court New Mexico: Judge upholds minimum wage ordinance Colorado: Former GOP chairman pleads not guilty to voter fraud charges, is headed to trial Nevada approves opening up marijuana distribution rightsRead More →