News from Neighboring States for April 27, 2018: Colorado’s economy is booming, but the state teachers’ union, the Colorado Education Association, says the state has shorted the education system $6.6 billion since 2009.

Teachers, supporters and students at Chase Field, a baseball stadium in Phoenix, before their march to the State Capitol on Thursday. /Credit Caitlin O’Hara for The New York Times

Teachers in Arizona and Colorado Walk Out Over Education Funding

California: Relative’s DNA from genealogy websites cracked East Area Rapist case, DA’s office says

New Mexico regulators order utility to explain silo failure

Las Vegas resorts relying more on non-gaming options, expert says

Utah: Hatch proposes expanded Secret Service role in stopping school violence

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