(Editor’s note: News releases are published unedited, unless they contain factual errors.) According to CoreLogic® hazard risk analysis, a total of 172,117 homes with a combined reconstruction cost value (RCV) of more than $65 billion are at some level of risk from the wildfires in the Napa and Santa Rosa metropolitan areas. The analysis is […]Read More →
By Suzanne De Vita | RisMedia Fall is for first-timers. Seventy of the top 100 largest metropolitan areas see more starter homes on-market in October, November and December, relieving prices 4.8 percent over spring, according to the recently released Trulia Inventory and Price Watch. The most dramatic shifts—in favor of first-time homebuyers—in prices and supply […]Read More →
By Mike Sunnucks | Phoenix Business Journal California’s Inland Empire — which often competes with Phoenix and Las Vegas for regional distribution, e-commerce and manufacturing operations — added by far the most industrial real estate space in the U.S. during the past decade. That is according to new data from CommercialCafe, a real estate information […]Read More →
REGIONAL NEWS for Aug. 28, 2017: Denver city officials are poised to take a stand on immigration Monday night that likely will rankle federal authorities and the Trump Administration
Denver’s new stance on immigration could draw blowback from the feds — but other cities have gone further New Mexico: Breathing easier in oil patch Utah insurers want high-cost patients removed from the Obamacare marketplace Las Vegas: New program has nurses taking calls California: Police identify 13 people arrested in demonstrationsRead More →
By Tony Davis | Arizona Daily Star A proposed 2015 sale of Arizona water to California that never happened is now a flash point in a controversy pitting Arizona’s top water agency against the Central Arizona Project. A newly disclosed memo from that year, written by a CAP attorney, characterized the proposal as a sale […]Read More →
REGIONAL NEWS for Aug. 27, 2017: Utah will probably miss EPA’s December deadline for latest plan to control pollution in Wasatch Front’s inversions.
Utah: Advocates growing impatient as new plan for cleaner air falls behind schedule Colorado: Real estate boom turns up heat on Leadville — “the last frontier mountain town” California: The debate over single-payer healthcare isn’t going away. Here’s why New Mexico: Guardianship legal battle ends in secrecy Las Vegas: Floyd Mayweather stops Conor McGregor […]Read More →
REGIONAL NEWS for Aug. 26, 2017: Hickenlooper takes to Twitter in response to national media reports, says there’s no ‘unity ticket.’
Colorado governor weighs in on Kasich-Hickenlooper 2020 speculation that just won’t die Ex-Las Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman rides on the backs of taxpayers Utah: Tribes are ‘willing to go into battle’ if Trump makes Bears Ears monument smaller California: Organizers of far-right rallies in San Francisco and Berkeley cancel weekend events New Mexico: Top-rated […]Read More →
A fight over how to conserve water in Lake Mead is growing and involving more people — many of who just want the whole thing to end By Joanna Allhands (Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are published for discussion purposes only.) The battle to determine how Arizona handles future water-supply cuts is quickly becoming a war. […]Read More →
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 →
California has agreements with Arizona, Nevada and Oregon to transfer small amounts of electricity between states to balance out fluctuations By Brad Plumer | The New York Times Unlike most eclipse-watchers in the United States, Eric Schmitt wouldn’t mind seeing a few clouds in the sky when the moon starts blotting out the sun on […]Read More →