News from Neighboring States for March 11, 2018: California’s water conservation habits, refined and improved over five years of drought, are quickly evaporating.
California water use back to pre-drought levels as conservation wanes Developers want to add 500 luxury homes to a Utah town with only 1,500 residents — who say the plan could change their community forever Transparency is lacking in Nevada government Opioid crisis triggers boom in Colorado sober-living homes. Here’s how one “rehab mogul” exploited […]Read More →
News from Neighboring States for March 10, 2018: Utah official living the life of Riley in his office
Salt Lake County’s new district attorney’s office has a day care, gym and top-floor break room overlooking the mountains — and it should save taxpayers millions Could a Californian Be the Next President? Nevada: Dean Heller files to run for re-election to U.S. Senate seat New Mexico: Governor’s vetoes hurt tribes, lawmakers say Colorado […]Read More →
News from Neighboring States for March 9, 2018: The countdown clock is officially ticking on a potential site-operator license for Spaceport Colorado, which would clear the way for the Adams County facility to launch people and satellites into space.
Colorado: Will the Front Range become a hub for commercial space transportation? Countdown to decision is on California: Affordable housing projects are threatened as tax cuts undermine a source of funding A new power broker emerged on Utah’s Capitol Hill in 2018: voters armed with popular ballot initiatives New Mexico high court affirms ‘copper rule’ […]Read More →
News from Neighboring States for March 8, 2018: When police stumbled across the makeshift shelter in the Joshua Tree desert last week they made a shocking discovery: three children were living in a plywood box.
‘Guilty of being poor’: does California couple’s poverty amount to child abuse? Nonprofit running Nevada housing program violated its policies, report finds In Utah, It’s the Donald J. Trump Highway vs. the ‘Stormy Daniels Rampway’ New Mexico: Budget includes raises for teachers, state workers Colorado students are inheriting a planet rife with problems. They showed […]Read More →
News from Neighboring States for March 7, 2018: DHS says purposefully contradicts the will and responsibility of the Congress to protect the homeland.
Justice Department suing California over three ‘sanctuary state’ laws; Gov. Brown calls complaint ‘political stunts’ Utah Gov. Gary Herbert may be roadblock for proposal to name national parks highway for President Donald Trump Third arrest made in murder connected to fight over Colorado ranch worth millions New Mexico: Governor to sign bill to boost school […]Read More →
News from Neighboring States for March 6, 2018: The U.S. Supreme Court ruled unanimously Monday the federal government can intervene in a water case pitting Texas against New Mexico and Colorado
New Mexico/Colorado: Ruling sends water dispute to arbitration Utah, America’s Thirstiest State, Wrestles With Unmetered Water Use Experts doubt unprecedented homebuilding goal set by two of California‘s top candidates for governor Victims of Las Vegas mass shooting start receiving payments of up to $275,000 eachRead More →
News from Neighboring States for March 5, 2018: Management consultant blames parents, in part, of millennials for “malaise.”
New Mexico: Many millennials operate under questionable values Environmental activists, community members join city officials in protest of bill that aims to convert northwest Salt Lake City into an international trade hub California: What, if anything, is lost in building one delta water tunnel instead of two? Two Colorado lawmakers reveal they have been […]Read More →
News from Neighboring States for March 4, 2018: Thousands of aluminum cans are made in Golden, Colo. and new tariffs threaten to drive up the cost, with already razor-thin profit margins.
Aluminum and steel tariffs could weigh heavily on Colorado economy, except perhaps in Pueblo California: Avalanche strikes crowded Mammoth Mountain: ‘Essentially, the top of the mountain came loose’ New Mexico: Two Nations One Water Summit looks at possible solutions Utah: Legislation proposes to solve ballot havoc caused by GOP by forcing party to act like […]Read More →
News from Neighboring States for March 3, 2018: An earthly paradise is ravaged by inferno and flood, the earth itself rising to proclaim a horrifying and deadly new normal.
Residents’ plan could create Nevada’s third-largest city Southern Californians know: climate change is real, it is deadly and it is here Colorado House votes to expel lawmaker accused of harassment Utah bill would name highway near Arizona border after Trump New Mexico opioid deaths showing a declineRead More →
News from Neighboring States for March 2, 2018: See how they all ranked in ‘US News and World Report’s Best States 2018
California, Utah, New Mexico, Colorado, NevadaRead More →