REGIONAL NEWS April 13, 2017: Seeing Jonathan overcome challenges makes his sudden, violent death inside his special education classroom in San Bernardino all the more difficult to bear.
Boy battled rare disorder with enthusiasm before being gunned down in his San Bernardino classroom Utah: Daybreak homeowners association accuses builders of negligence Denver industrial real estate market “very competitive” for tenants displaced by upcoming development New Mexico: Otero County panel to vote on nuclear waste project Nevada: Prosecutors: Bundy Ranch dissidents were criminals, not […]Read More →
REGIONAL NEWS April 12, 2017: California is seeing more intense weather swings, which have profound implications for generations to come.
From extreme drought to record rain: Why California‘s drought-to-deluge cycle is getting worse Tax hike for Colorado roads remains a political lift Teachers unions, APS slam New Mexico’s education plan Utah’s Gary Herbert among top 10 most popular governors as Chris Christie sinks to bottom Nevada bill would allow marijuana companies to combine recreational, medical […]Read More →
REGIONAL NEWS April 11, 2017: A yearlong reporting project boosted awareness of sexual assaults and campus safety, while spurring reforms at Utah State University and LDS Church-owned Brigham Young University.
‘Salt Lake Tribune’ wins Pulitzer for campus rape coverage, praises victims for sharing their stories Intel still shedding workers in New Mexico California Moves to Become ‘Sanctuary State,’ and Others Look to Follow Housing in the time of Trump: Denver’s new czar juggles challenges at home, in D.C. Nevada: Wynn Resorts accuses Elaine Wynn of […]Read More →
REGIONAL NEWS April 10, 2017: The fate of California pension reform measures hangs on ballot language.
The cost of California’s public pensions is breaking the bank. Here’s one reason this problem is so hard to fix Nevada: Victims of indicted attorney Robert Graham suffer hardship More than a third of Utahns know someone who died by suicide, over half know someone who tried, poll shows New Mexico: Stagnant’ test scores for […]Read More →
REGIONAL NEWS April 9, 2017: Some legislators said the horse-trading taints the legislative process, but Gov. Brown defended the deals as justified.
California: Nearly $1 billion in side deals by Gov. Brown and Democratic leaders cemented the legislative vote to raise the gas tax One year in: Denver’s airport train navigates interruptions, a $6 million gate glitch and surprisingly strong ridership New Mexico utiilty wants attorney rates confidential What happens when an iconic Vegas neon sign becomes […]Read More →
REGIONAL NEWS April 8, 2017: California to keep some water restrictions in place to stave off future dry spells.
Rainy Days Are Here Again: California Governor Declares Drought Over Utah: Water systems caught between overfilling dams, flood risks Woman settles lawsuit against Nevada Supreme Court justice’s wife New Mexico: Vetoes set stage for special session showdown Fake Denver plastic surgeon pleads guilty to assault, unauthorized practice of medicineRead More →
California: ‘You want to have a screwed up state?’ If not, then vote to raise taxes, Brown says Politically connected Utah developer, former UTA official Terry Diehl allegedly concealed $1M in FrontRunner project earnings GOP legislators zip lips on Las Vegas spending investigation Colorado: 30-year-old woman trapped under a 1,500-pound boulder in Golden freed after […]Read More →
REGIONAL NEWS April 5, 2017: Plans to pump Mojave Desert groundwater and sell it to urban Southern California.
Trump administration throws lifeline to controversial California desert water pumping project Help wanted: Denver construction boom creating hundreds of ‘housing jobs’ Nevada: Medical pot registration system violates rights, lawyer tells state Supreme Court Santa Fe incubator a national ‘success story’ Utah’s wage gap between women and men is among the nation’s biggestRead More →
REGIONAL NEWS April 4, 2017: The first congressional primary since Trump’s election has surfaced some of the biggest points of contention in the left’s campaign of resistance.
Voters head to the polls in L.A. congressional election that could hint at Democratic Party’s future Utah landlords cash in on federal money with questionable rentals Rio Grande springs to life across southern New Mexico as irrigation begins Las Vegas spends millions to wine and dine but some question spending Criminal charges for man who […]Read More →
REGIONAL NEWS April 3, 2017: A report released this year by California housing officials indicated the state’s housing crisis is unprecedented.
A new fight over California rent control is coming New Mexico officials brace for water shortages How 85-year-old Ruby Stein and her cat survived five frigid days stranded in the Colorado mountains Is Utah Rep. Jason Chaffetz ‘the prince of oversight’? Nevada: Legislative session an infomercial for Laxalt’s run for governorRead More →