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Rio Grande ruling challenged as drought persists

Rio Grande ruling challenged as drought persists

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Environmentalists are challenging a court ruling over whether water from the Rio Grande is properly accounted for and being used in beneficial ways as it flows through New Mexico’s most populated region. They say the state’s top water manager needs to do more to reduce use […]

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The Latest: Forecasters warn of more Arizona flooding

The Latest: Forecasters warn of more Arizona flooding

PHOENIX (AP) — The Latest on heavy rain in the U.S. Southwest from the remnants of Tropical Storm Rosa (all times local): 6:10 p.m. Authorities in northwestern Arizona say a man has died after his car was swept into a flooded wash bed. The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office says a […]

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Suit challenges drilling on public land in Colorado, Utah

Suit challenges drilling on public land in Colorado, Utah

DENVER (AP) — Environmental groups have asked a judge to overturn the sale of drilling rights on public land in Colorado and Utah, saying the Trump administration didn’t consider the potential threat to public health and the environment. A lawsuit filed Thursday in Denver federal court seeks to reverse oil […]

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Colorado man missing, presumed dead after jump off houseboat

Colorado man missing, presumed dead after jump off houseboat

BULLFROG, Utah (AP) — Authorities say a Colorado man is missing and presumed dead after jumping off a houseboat north of Lake Powell. Glen Canyon National Recreation Area officials identify the missing man as 41-year-old Daniel Patrick McGuckin of Avon. They received a distress call Saturday afternoon about a man […]

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Judge orders US to revive public role in energy lease sales

Judge orders US to revive public role in energy lease sales

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — A federal judge has ordered the reinstatement of public participation opportunities in oil and gas lease sales in Western states that were largely eliminated by the Trump administration to speed up sales. U.S. Magistrate Judge Ronald Bush in a Friday ruling sided with environmentalists who sued […]

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Attorneys general asking DEA to tighten drug manufacture

Attorneys general asking DEA to tighten drug manufacture

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Attorneys general from West Virginia and 10 other states are asking the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration to further tighten the manufacture of opioids. West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey’s office says the DEA’s preliminary quotas for 2019 don’t reflect the federal agency’s position that demand shouldn’t […]

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Utah Men’s Golf To Host Showdown in the Rockies

Utah Men’s Golf To Host Showdown in the Rockies

DRIGGS, Idaho-The University of Utah’s men’s golf squad will host the Showdown in the Rockies Monday and Tuesday September 17 and 18. This two-day 54-hole event will be hosted by the Huntsman Springs Golf Course of Driggs, Idaho. The Utes will compete at this event against Arizona, Boise State, Colorado, […]

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Washington County making switch to mail-in ballots

Washington County making switch to mail-in ballots

ST. GEORGE, Utah (AP) — One of Utah’s most-populous counties is joining a growing trend toward voting by mail. Washington County will conduct its first election with all mail-in ballots on Nov. 6, The Spectrum newspaper reported . Its 75,000 registered voters in Southern Utah will see ballots appearing in their mailboxes […]

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NCAA Golf Roundup: Various Utah Schools Compete At Day 2 of Miranda Invitational

NCAA Golf Roundup: Various Utah Schools Compete At Day 2 of Miranda Invitational

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.-Sunday, competition concluded at the Gene Miranda men’s golf invitational hosted by the U.S. Air Force Academy at Eisenhower Golf Course. Weber State’s men were the highest-finishing Utah-based squad, finishing eighth overall with Colorado earning the team title with 855 points, edging second-place Wyoming, as the Cowboys posted […]

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Redistricting battles already playing out in 2018 midterms

Redistricting battles already playing out in 2018 midterms

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — The task of drawing new boundaries for thousands of federal and state legislative districts is still about three years away, yet the political battle over redistricting already is playing out in this year’s midterm elections. North Carolina’s congressional elections were thrown into a week of […]

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