California water agencies are seeking a bigger role, aiming to speed up delta tunnel plan Breach may help solve toxic mystery in Great Salt Lake Nevada: BLM pulls plan to auction oil and gas leases near Zion National Park Denver International Airport would pay more than $1 billion over 34 years in deal for massive […]Read More →
REGIONAL NEWS for May 30, 2017: Utah agency ramps efforts to clarify ownership of Salt Lake water in push to document land boundaries.
Who has rights to use water in Salt Lake? We’ve been trying to find out since 1900 Bill could force Uber, Lyft out of Nevada Los Angeles: Bel-Air mega-mansion brings criminal charges against celebrity developer. But what happens to the 30,000-square-foot estate? New Mexico: BernCo OKs $1.7M tax break, IRB for West Side shopping center […]Read More →
Colorado’s Gov. Hickenlooper signs $26.8 billion state budget that avoids “draconian cuts” to hospitals, schools New Mexico Gov. Martinez signs budget bill, vetoes tax increases Nevada women’s group pushes for Sandoval to sign birth control bill Utah: Chaffetz’s exit leaves 22 — so far — seeking to fill the void California: Q&A: Is the […]Read More →
REGIONAL NEWS for May 26, 2017: Nevada becomes 19th state to ask Congress for constitutional amendment to overturn the Citizens United.
Nevada Legislature passes proposal to overturn Citizens United Trump promised a ‘big beautiful door’ in his border wall. California farmers are ready and waiting Utah lawmaker takes aim at campus free-speech rules Attorney general looking into University of New Mexico golf junket Downtown Denver hotel opening this summer will boast highest open-air rooftop bar in […]Read More →
REGIONAL NEWS for May 25, 2017: The world’s biggest retail real estate convention is living up to its name again in Sin City.
Las Vegas: Real estate dealmaking in full swing at RECon 2017 Salt Lake City Outdoor Retailer parent buys SIA Snow Show, will combine for huge Denver trade event California: The epic, ugly battle over finishing the 710 Freeway might finally be coming to an end New Mexico Legislature sends new budget package to MartinezRead More →
REGIONAL NEWS for May 24, 2017: A devastating earthquake will definitely happen, there is much residents can do to protect themselves.
The Big One is going to happen, no matter how much you want to deny it, California scientists say Denver’s increasing population density takes its toll: breathing room drops below national norm Utah: Presidents can’t undo national monuments, new study says New Mexico House speaker rules out tax overhaul Las Vegas: Mobile betting at Raiders […]Read More →
New centrist party forms in Utah to attract disaffected Republicans, Democrats Effort to repeal Obamacare tests Colorado’s Cory Gardner Should Santa Fe’s mayor get paid like a CEO or not? State senator to introduce a constitutional amendment to limit University of California‘s 138-year-old autonomy North Las Vegas lawmaker wants ban on for-profit prisonsRead More →
Utah: Huntsman Corp. to merge with Swiss rival Clariant to create a chemical giant New Mexico: School districts, families sue state over education funding After years of planning, California likely to roll out earthquake early warning system next year, scientists say The sun could soon shine again on rooftop solar in Nevada Diesel drivers who […]Read More →
REGIONAL NEWS for May 21, 2017: Pressure building to go straight to the voters for increased Colorado roads funding.
Ten years ago, Colorado’s roads were a “quiet crisis” that couldn’t be ignored. Now the state spends even less. If all goes as planned, prepare to party in Las Vegas in 2020 New Utah GOP chairman vows to fix party’s debt, win back disenfranchised conservatives 30-Foot-Long Humpback Whale Stuck in Ventura Harbor New Mexico: Water […]Read More →
Colorado’s dropping unemployment rate plunges into uncharted waters New Mexico has nation’s worst unemployment rate — again Nevada: Developer hopes to write new chapter for Laughlin Bay Marina Utah school-trust lands agency wants millions more for hunting access California: Common-area property belongs to everyone. Board members can’t take it for themselves Unemployment office sign […]Read More →