News from Neighboring States for February 17, 2018: Mueller indictments reach into California, Colorado.
California man created fake bank accounts, sold them to Russians, Mueller probe finds Russians indicted by Mueller visited Colorado, talked of targeting state, indictment says Nevada OKs $5.1M legal contract for Yucca Mountain fight New Mexico: Ex-Sen. Griego gets 18 months, $47,000 in fines Utah:Arizona towns, known for a polygamous sect, make another change — […]Read More →
News from Neighboring States for Feb. 16, 2018: In a two-minute video, Romney, the former governor of Massachusetts and 2012 presidential nominee, emphasized his ties to Utah.
Utah: No surprise; Mitt Romney Announces Utah Senate Run New Mexico: No Congress members along Mexico border support funding Trump’s wall NV Energy plan will reduce Nevada customers’ electric bills California rents have risen to some of the nation’s highest. Here’s how that impacts residents Denver: $10 million in incentives for 1,300 new jobs […]Read More →
News from Neighboring States for Feb.15, 2018: A federal district judge concludes part of last year’s voter-approved Amendment 71 — which makes it harder to change the state constitution via ballot initiative — violates the U.S. Constitution.
Part of Colorado’s Amendment 71 — “raise the bar” — is unconstitutional, federal judge concludes New Mexico: Utility blames environmental group for death of coal bill Romney’s Trump feud looms over Utah Senate race Ex-Clinton aide launches surprise bid for California governor Nevada: Lawyer for Steve Wynn’s ex-wife alleges Wynn Resorts ‘cover up’Read More →
News from Neighboring States for Feb. 14, 2018: Proposal aimed at keeping up with population growth would limit cities’ power over housing, handing more control to state.
Declaration of war’: liberals divided as California mulls housing push Utah: Rep. Mike Noel’s company owned land inside Grand Staircase-Escalante while he fought against the monument Hundreds turn out to protest Las Vegas annexation plan New Mexico: Solar tax credit heads to House floor Colorado toughens oil, gas rule to try to prevent future Firestone […]Read More →
News from Neighboring States for Feb. 13, 2018: Southern California is desperate for rain, but this week’s precipitation is expected to be so paltry experts are loathe to even call it an actual storm.
Dry, hot California winter closes ski resorts, stalls wildflower blooms and revives drought fears 6 major projects could reshape Las Vegas Strip skyline by 2020 Utah lawmaker describes opposition to his charter-school authority bill as a ‘schoolyard fight’ Jeff Sessions blames Colorado Senator for stalling GOP over federal marijuana laws New Mexico: Spaceport bill passes […]Read More →
News from Neighboring States for Feb. 12, 2018: Local governments don’t want to commit to a new version of redevelopment only to have the state renege a few years later.
California: State lawmakers want to restore an urban renewal and affordable housing program. But it’s complicated. Denver is about to let RiNo developers build higher if they chip in affordable housing. Will it make a difference? New Mexico: Skipti takes Airbnb concept to next level Are California climate policies unfair to Utah? Las Vegas […]Read More →
News from Neighboring States for Feb. 11, 2018: Newmark Grubb Acres is marketing a $200 million “Mountain Tech” commercial and industrial development.
‘We expect the skyline to change’ — Utah County’s tech boom is fueling new growth in Lindon Colorado: [EDITORIAL] How to make the housing crunch worse Texas homebuilder acquires 200 acres in North Las Vegas California: Feinstein roars back after early election stumbles New Mexico: Bill mandating front-end license plates gets red lightRead More →
The San Jose Mercury News, the only daily newspaper in Silicon Valley, had 400 journalists a decade ago. After more layoffs this week, it’s down to 41. Judge orders Las Vegas Review-Journal to destroy autopsy report New Mexico Lawmakers Rip Newspaper for Racist ‘Dreamer’ Cartoon Trump’s Interior Secretary announces wildlife initiative with hunting benefits, as […]Read More →
News from Neighboring States for Feb 9, 2018: While the nation’s largest metro areas generally outperformed the rest of the country, some mid-sized and small regions made significant employment gains.
The Metro Areas With the Most Job Growth in 2017: California, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Nevada, New MexicoRead More →
Colorado: Proposed initiative to limit new housing on Front Range ignites fears in real estate industry Utah: Parties — not voters — would select nominees in future special congressional elections, according to proposed bill New Mexico Supreme Court to hear arguments over vetoes Poll: California governor’s race a toss-up Nevada: Feds move to drop […]Read More →