UTAH again leads the nation for job growth After a strong June, COLORADO job gains slow in July ARIZONA‘s unemployment continues to drop NEVADA: Heller ad focuses on job growth Tax on CALIFORNIA water revived to clean up drinking water – but it’s voluntary Students, politicians cry foul as University of NEW MEXICO regents again consider cutting sportsRead More →
News from Neighbor States / Aug. 16, 2018: Guardian reporter Rory Carroll reflects on six years in Los Angeles at a time of soaring wealth and desperate poverty
LOS ANGELES: The best and worst of America: farewell to a city of dreamers and squalor UTAH: Gehrke: While Interior chief Ryan Zinke keeps ‘gaslighting’ on climate change, our forests burn more and more intensely NEVADA: Sandoval urges officials to gear up to fight Yucca Mountain in 2019 As COLORADO River Basin reservoirs drop to near-record low levels, […]Read More →
News from Neighbor States / Aug. 15, 2018: Embattled judge who ruled 5 defendants arrested from a remote New Mexico compound can be released from jail has issued the written version of her court order.
NEW MEXICO: Taos judge’s written order elaborates on controversial compound decision SALT LAKE CITY wants input from residents before putting rules on development at the controversial new trading hub Community to Couple Who Sparked Deadly CALIFORNIA Carr Fire: It’s Not Your Fault COLORADO: Masterpiece Cakeshop owner sues Hickenlooper, claiming religious persecution despite Supreme Court ruling NEVADA: Cortez Masto co-sponsors bill […]Read More →
News from Neighbor States / Aug. 14, 2018: Judge grants bail for 5 adults arrested at desert compound
NEW MEXICO: Judge getting threats over Taos compound ruling; courthouse evacuated Labor union nearly stalled major SACRAMENTO construction project before reaching private deal Psst. Want to buy some surplus land? UTAH’s transportation department has so much, it doesn’t have a full inventory yet. Backers of DENVER campaign finance ballot measure agree to deal that would delay public financing, […]Read More →
News from Neighbor States / Aug. 13, 2018: Interior secretary promotes that fires could be stopped if forests were logged.
Zinke takes forestry fight to fire-ravaged CALIFORNIA Analysts: Walker Stapleton must be ready to deal with family skeletons as COLORADO governor’s race heats up NEVADA; Cortez Masto talks health care, Kavanaugh in sitdown with reporters NEW MEXICO Hotels heating up UTAH Sending The Nation’s First Female State Senator To D.C., As A StatueRead More →
News from Neighbor States / Aug. 12, 2018: The man accused of starting the Holy Fire, Forrest Gordon Clark, texted the Holy Jim Volunteer Fire Department chief two weeks ago saying, “The place is going to burn,” CNN reports, citing remarks from the fire chief.
Man accused of starting CALIFORNIA fire texted warning to fire chief UTAH: 83-year-old survivalist charged with recklessness for explosive-filled bunkers that hindered efforts to fight the Brian Head fire NEW MEXICO: Hundreds of Navajo farmers, ranchers sue over Gold King Mine spill NEVADA: Interstate 11 built with features highlighting lake, history COLORADO researchers receive $2 million grant to make chemotherapy […]Read More →
News from Neighbor States / Aug. 11, 2018: If Salt Lake doesn’t act by Dec. 31, it will lose its opportunity to regulate inland port uses.
SALT LAKE mayor calls for public’s help to guide inland port zoning CALIFORNIA has enough water to fight fires. The problem is overgrown forests, McClintock says Battle of the billionaires drives NEVADA contest Don’t outlaw COLORADO’s energy industry Suit seeks to block University of NEW MEXICO’s vote on sportsRead More →
News from Neighbor States / Aug. 10, 2018: Growth of the 304,402-acre fire slowed as crews improved conditions in Mendocino National Forest
CALIFORNIA Fire crews hit milestone with 51 percent containment of Mendocino Complex blaze Twisters of flame, erroneous evacuation warnings and dry conditions headline a wild day of fires in UTAH Portion of Interstate 11 between Phoenix, LAS VEGAS opens to drivers Gruesome discovery follows SWAT raid on NEW MEXICO compound where 16 people lived in buried RV, truck […]Read More →
News from Neighbor States / Aug. 9, 2018: The father of a missing Georgia boy was training children at a New Mexico compound to commit school shootings, prosecutors said in court documents obtained Wednesday.
Kids at NEW MEXICO compound near Colorado border were trained to commit school shootings, prosecutor says Home affordability hits 10-year low in CALIFORNIA SALT LAKE County councilwoman says ordinance giving preference to women- and minority-owned businesses is ‘offensive’ and may be unfair to white men COLORADO has highest attainment gap states with at least one million Latino residents […]Read More →
News from Neighbor States / Aug. 8, 2018: Family member says five adults arrested left with the children in November after believing they were in need of an exorcism.
Suspects in NEW MEXICO child abuse raid ‘had supernatural beliefs’ Firefighters battle to contain historic CALIFORNIA blaze as political tensions rise UTAH: Hilltop Fire in Sanpete County grows, prompting more evacuations COLORADO wildfire update: Western Colorado fires make runs in hot, dry conditions LAS VEGAS Pilots union asks judge to deny Allegiant’s request to block strikeRead More →