News from Neighboring States for July 7, 2018: Limiting water sent to California cities and farms likely will ignite lawsuits and political squabbles. 

A federal pumping plant near Tracy delivers water to the San Joaquin Valley from the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. State officials Friday proposed leaving more water in the Delta to help fish populations, leaving less for humans and farms./The Sacramento Bee

CALIFORNIA has a new plan for allocating its water, and it means less for farmers [VIDEO]

Cabin owners can only wait and worry as Dollar Ridge Fire continues to burn in UTAH’s Uinta Basin

NEW MEXICO: Project to drill for oil under Carlsbad moves forward, no time set for drilling

DENVER International Airport’s terminal is in for more than 3 years of construction. Here’s how it will play out, and what to expect.

NEVADA: Judge rejects prosecutors’ bid to reopen Bundy criminal case

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