REGIONAL NEWS for June 9, 2017: $200 million facility » Internet giant to build fulfillment center, bring 200 or more jobs to Salt Lake City.
Amazon gets $5.6M state tax incentive to build $200 million facility in Utah California Attorney General to Trump: You Can’t Touch Our National Monuments Las Vegas stadium officials prep for agreements on Raiders, UNLV Why dozens of Coloradans convicted as juveniles are spending life in prison despite a U.S. Supreme Court ruling New Mexico pharmacists […]Read More →
By AZRE Arizona State University (ASU) and master developer Catellus Development Corporation announce the next phase of the Novus Innovation Corridor, the bold new community created by ASU’s establishment of a university athletic facilities district. When completed, Novus will integrate more than eight million square feet of private, mixed-use urban development with new and renovated […]Read More →
Baseball commissioner says Chase Field needs upgrades, or Diamondbacks will ‘look for an alternative’
By Rebekah L. Sanders | The Republic The Arizona Diamondbacks must look for another home if Maricopa County does not spend significant money on repairs to Chase Field, Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred said during his Phoenix visit Tuesday. In the pressroom of the stadium basement, Manfred took three questions from reporters about the […]Read More →
By Rebekah L. Sanders | The Republic Maricopa County abruptly canceled its search for a new Chase Field events manager Monday, heightening uncertainty surrounding its conflict with the Arizona Diamondbacks. The events-management contract is a key part of the Diamondbacks’ argument that the team should be allowed to break its lease at the 19-year-old stadium […]Read More →
By Rebekah L. Sanders | The Republic A lucrative events contract at the heart of the Arizona Diamondbacks’ lawsuit to leave Chase Field is expiring, leaving open a possibility: Could Maricopa County craft a new agreement that entices the team to stay? When team officials first said publicly last year that they wanted contract concessions […]Read More →
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 →
By Helen Smathers | PinalCentral A massive motor sports park slated for Pinal County is hoping to prove that slow and steady wins the race. Patrick Johnson, president of Attesa, said that while it might seem that the project is slow going, the pace is by design to ensure that it is done correctly the […]Read More →
By Richard Obert | azcentral sports Athletic Director Monica Barrett has resigned from Scottsdale Notre Dame Prep, Principal Jerry Zander said. Zander said that Barrett will finish out her contract through June before moving on. “We have opened the position and have received a number of applicants,” Zander said in an email. “We will spend […]Read 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 →
By Justin Toscano | Cronkite News There are 13 NCAA Football Bowl Series programs that have made naming-rights deals for their stadiums. Only two are members of the Pac-12 Conference, and Arizona State isn’t one of them. That could soon change. Sun Devil Stadium is in the midst of the second phase in a three-stage, […]Read More →