News from Neighboring States for June 18, 2018: Republican legislators are asking court to nullify historic water rights settlement because it was not approved by the Legislature.
New Mexico: GOP lawmakers ask high court to void Navajo water deal ‘Under cover’ indoor farming industry takes root in Nevada The ‘Colorado Sun’ To Launch With Former Denver Post ‘A-Team’ Stars And Tech Cash Local billionaire to take control of the Los Angeles Times Monday Pierce: Sinclair is subverting FCC regulations with pending sale of Utah’s KMYURead More →
News from Neighboring States for June 17, 2018:A hotly contested battle over rent control in California just got more explosive.
Rent control decision coming to California voters Utah may see a wave of wealthy people buying million-dollar homes. And it could drive up prices for everyone. Agency says it can supply water if Las Vegas footprint expands New Mexico regulators consider $2B transmission project Colorado public schools are paying millions to settle lawsuits when educators fail to report sex […]Read More →
Utah’s job growth continues to lead the nation as unemployment falls to new low Southern Nevada has seen continued growth since Great Recession New Mexico national forest says no to geothermal drilling Denver: In anticipation of Father’s Day, community activists bail black men out of jail Say it is so, Joe :California to reject cancer warning to coffee […]Read More →
Trump administration plan for oil and gas drilling stirs debate in pristine Colorado wilderness New Mexico: In ‘precedent-setting’ move, judge sets aside drilling leases in Santa Fe forest Utah will launch a major geothermal experiment with $140 million in federal energy grants What you need to know about three Californias? Las Vegas home prices most overvalued in US, report […]Read More →
News from Neighboring States for June 14, 2018: I’ll trade you a piece of Yosemite Valley and all of the Napa wine country for Disneyland and the Santa Monica Pier.
Who gets Yosemite? Where top landmarks would fall in 3 Californias plan Wildfires are burning across Colorado. So why is one of the world’s largest air tankers grounded in Colorado Springs? Nevada: Water clarity in Lake Tahoe sinks to all-time low, report finds Salt Lake City Council bans mayor from suing state over new inland port — unless […]Read More →
News from Neighboring States for June 13, 2018: California’s 168-year run as a single entity, hugging the continent’s edge for hundreds of miles and sprawling east across mountains and desert, could come to an end next year.
Radical plan to split California into three states earns spot on November ballot Nevada: Heller, Rosen declared winners, setting up Senate showdown Oil boom boosts New Mexico revenues Colorado: Firefighters say “things are looking really good” as they battle wildfire near Silverthorne; roughly 1,400 homes evacuated The Salt Lake County Council might be having second thoughts on the 8,800-home planned […]Read More →
News from Neighboring States for June 12, 2018: The Navajo Nation and other indigenous tribes have sued the federal government over the president’s decision on Utah national monument.
Utah: Factchecking Zinke: Navajo didn’t support shrinking Bears Ear New Mexico: Judge blocks plan to split plutonium ‘pit’ production The ‘Year Of The Woman’ Faces A Stiff Test In Nevada, And Other Races To Watch The first Colorado ballots are being counted in a governor’s race where polls show clear favorites California: Officials Scrambled to Seal Twin Tunnels Deal […]Read More →
News from Neighboring States for June 11, 2018: Trump’s Utah campaign chief shrugs off Stormy Daniels and praises cuts to parks: ‘The land belongs more to me than you’
Utah: Why do so many Mormons back Trump? Some say it’s about the land Nevada: Nonprofit helps fund projects at Death Valley, Great Basin GOP embraces single-payer healthcare attack in California Coloado and New Mexico: Western U.S. faces another ‘challenging’ wildfire seasonRead More →
News from Neighboring States for June 10, 2018: May was the hottest on record in the lower 48 states in 84 years, eclipsing a Dust Bowl-era record set in 1934.
Utah farmers’ dreams drying up: ‘We will run out of water’ South Fire: Evacuations ordered as wildfire spreads in Santa Clarita, California A Colorado health director doesn’t believe the feds thoroughly cleaned up the Rocky Flats nuclear weapons site. The manager of the wildlife refuge there calls the comments ‘reckless.’ Upstart candidates hope to send political shockwaves in Nevada […]Read More →
News from Neighboring States for June 9, 2018: The Utah Republican Party lost another round in court after court refused to rehear its lawsuit over how political candidates get on the ballot.
10th Circuit Court shoots down another appeal of Utah’s signature-gatherin California drinking water tax dies in budget compromise Las Vegas among most popular places in US to flip houses Donald Trump would “probably” support legalizing Colorado’s marijuana industry — through bid by Cory Gardner and Elizabeth Warren Enrollment in New Mexico cannabis program up 25 percentRead More →