KSL TV The choir, arguably one of the most well-known in the world, will now be known as “The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square” as the church moves away from the nickname “Mormon.” “A new name for the Tabernacle Choir will represent a change after so many years,” choir president Ron Jarrett said in […]Read More →
KSNV-TV Just when you thought we’ve stretched the limits when it comes to development, the idea of a new airport south of Las Vegas is taking off again. If approved, the airport would be built off Interstate 15, between Jean and Primm. The proposal is in the early stages. The first thing the county has […]Read More →
News from Neighbor States / Sept. 4, 2018: Several oil and gas drilling companies have submitted plans for operations near Denver International Airport.
Drilling may be coming to DENVER, but drilling money isn’t NEVADA official to lead US-Mexico water treaty UTAH: Inland port board member raises warning about not-noticed vote to negotiate deal with Stadler Rail NEW MEXICO: Judge’s ruling opens access to White Peak public land CALIFORNIA Today: California Tribes Confront History and HeroinRead More →
News from Neighbor States / Sept.4, 2018: Legislation to rescue PG&E from potential bankruptcy would allow utilities to pass fire costs to ratepayer.
CALIFORNIA Puts Customers on Hook for Utility’s Wildfire Liability NEW MEXICO: Land, water fund faces reauthorization deadline UTAH: ‘The Deep State’: Jason Chaffetz says ‘it’s real’ in new book COLORADO’s new consumer data protection law among the most demanding in the country NEVADA: Former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick has new deal with NikeRead More →
News from Neighbor States / Sept. 3, 2018: Cities increasingly marketing themselves as “smart cities” — hyper-connected, sensor-equipped communities — in their latest economic development pitch to attract workers and businesses.
DENVER: The race to become “smart cities” ‘A cloud descending’: UTAH business leaders warn of economic toll from U.S. trade wars with Canada, China and beyond Not a sitcom: CALIFORNIA university hits up professors to house students NEW MEXICO: UNM hit with emails after cutting sports Small aircraft crashes, sparks wildfire near RENORead More →
New from Neighbor States / Sept. 2, 2018: Re-opening of Denver’s buried waterways aims to revive natural processes to control storm runoff, create habitat.
DENVER accelerates ‘daylighting’ of lost waterways, ‘undoing history’ with decades-long re-engineering effort CALIFORNIA Lawmakers Pass Nation’s Toughest Net Neutrality Law Tribune editorial: The Bureau of Land Management belongs in UTAH, but it still belongs to the nation NEW MEXICO: A legal drama ‘cast in hell’ Review Finds More NEVADA Primary Voting Snags Than ReportedRead More →
News from Neighbor States / Sept. 1, 2018: A bill would have required a California environmental review before a company could proceed to pump groundwater and pipe it across the desert to sell to southern California cities.
Bill targeting company’s plan to pump desert groundwater dies in CALIFORNIA Senate Thanks to social media, crowds keep discovering UTAH’s ‘undiscovered’ scenic gems — and they’re laying waste to their beauty Fewer COLORADO boys playing football amid concerns about head injuries, competition from other sports NEVADA lawmakers put off vote on ‘gender diverse’ guidelines for schools NEW MEXICO: Lawsuit challenges […]Read More →
News from Neighbor States / Aug. 31, 2018: Calif. bill mandates corporate boards include at least one woman by the end of 2019 and as many as three by the end of 2021, depending on size.
Women required on boards of public CALIFORNIA companies under bill sent to Jerry Brown NEVADA lawmakers put off vote on ‘gender diverse’ guidelines for schools COLORADO: Tech Rush: Front Range has seen tech companies sucking up commercial space during the past year Mitt Romney says that he’s a believer in climate change and that it will create more […]Read More →
News from Neighbor States / Aug. 30, 2018: California is on the cusp of enacting legislation to ensure all of the state’s electricity comes from carbon-free sources by 2045.
CALIFORNIA: The limits of local fights against climate change COLORADO: Construction firms see worker shortages only getting worse LAS VEGAS: Convention Center project construction yet to start UTAH: ‘Trib Talk’: Why does the Legislature make it so hard to put an initiative on the ballot? Straight-party voting coming back to NEW MEXICO ballotsRead More →
News from Neighbor States / Aug. 29, 2018: Las Vegas homebuilding market shows no signs of slowing down.
LAS VEGAS homebuilders notch 20 percent sales increase, higher prices Plan to power CALIFORNIA with all renewable energy clears major hurdle COLORADO: Initiative that would increase setbacks for new oil and gas development qualifies for ballot FBI director notes a growing trend of ‘homegrown’ terrorists — including a case from UTAH NEW MEXICO: UPDATED: Initial charges against all five […]Read More →