|05/16/2013||Former AG Launches Coalition to Thwart NV Energy Plan|
May 16--CARSON CITY --Former Nevada Attorney General Frankie Sue Del Papa is leading a coalition to defeat a major piece of energy legislation pushed by NV Energy that would create a 10-year plan to divest from coal and launch a massive project to build natural gas and renewable energy plants instead.
|05/11/2013||BLM Kills Land Deal for Nevada Stadium Site|
May 11--When Henderson city officials chased developer Chris Milam out of town a few months ago, there was still a chance that his proposed sports arena complex would get built.
|05/11/2013||Tucson Offers Freebies For Construction Permits|
May 11--Applying for a new-construction permit is about to get a lot more exciting.
|05/09/2013||Arizona Among Hottest States for Construction Jobs|
Employment in the construction industry bottomed in 2011.
|05/08/2013||Industrial Building Booms in Vegas While Strip Malls Sit Empty|
May 08--There are good reasons developers have avoided new commercial real estate projects in Las Vegas.
|05/07/2013||World-Trotting Engineer, Las Cruces Civic Leader Dies at 79|
May 07--LAS CRUCES -- Tom Tate built an international reputation as an engineer from Antarctica to Africa, Europe, Asia, Australia and the Americas, and after retirement became a Las Cruces civic leader, helping several organizations here.
|05/07/2013||N.M. Courthouse, Over Budget and Behind Schedule, Nears Opening|
May 07--The First Judicial District Court on Grant Avenue will be closed on June 5, 6 and 7, then reopen in its new courthouse on Sandoval Street on June 10.
|05/06/2013||Construction Sites in Ariz., Calif., Face Risk in Valley Fever Rise|
FRESNO, Calif. - California and federal public health officials say valley fever, a potentially lethal but often misdiagnosed disease infecting more and more people around the nation, has been on the rise as warming climates and drought have kicked up the dust that spreads it.
|05/07/2013||Ownership Shifts at Albuquerque's Mesa del Sol Development|
May 07--An ownership shuffle is under way at Mesa del Sol, the giant masterplanned community south of the airport.
|05/04/2013||Steve Wynn Says Vegas Gambling Industry 'Not Healthy'|
Gambling magnate Steve Wynn met behind closed doors with the governor and legislative leaders Wednesday, proclaiming in a brief interview that the gambling industry is not in a "healthy" condition and future growth will be in places other than Nevada.
|05/06/2013||Renovated N.M. Library Space Will House Domenici Archives|
May 06--LAS CRUCES -- The home of the complete archived files of retired U.S. senator Pete V. Domenici is going through an extensive renovation.
|05/06/2013||Report: Clark County Needs to Spend $938M on New Schools to Reduce Overcrowding|
May 06--Reducing class sizes in Southern Nevada to the national average would take $1.2 billion over four years, according to figures released by the Clark County School District.
|05/05/2013||Yuma County May Receive $10M Grant to Improve Martinez Lake Road|
May 05--Yuma County has tentatively scored more than $10 million to improve and flatten Martinez Lake Road.
|05/05/2013||In North-South Nevada Revenue Battle, Who's Robbing Whom?|
May 05--CARSON CITY --Greedy Northern Nevadans are hoarding the state's money while Southern Nevada's families and children go without.
|05/04/2013||$1.6B Tres Amigas Plant to Take Big Step Forward|
May 04--The long awaited and much delayed Tres Amigas electric power superstation is again poised to take a giant leap toward becoming reality in Clovis.
|05/04/2013||Spaceport America Sales Tax Helps Train Future Engineers|
May 04--LAS CRUCES -- Of the $32.2 million Dona Ana County residents have paid, cent by cent, in a spaceport tax that took effect five years ago, $1 in $4 has been routed to local education.
|05/04/2013||Foothills Site Chosen for New Tucson Mormon Temple|
May 04--The likely site of Tucson's first Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints temple is in the Catalina Foothills, near where East Ina Road curves into Skyline Drive.
|05/03/2013||New Mexico to Honor Architects for Their Historic Preservation Work|
May 03--Three Santa Fe architects who documented the old Bruns Army Hospital, volunteers who raised money to replace windows at the Palace of the Governors and four locals who spearheaded a project commemorating New Mexico women will receive Heritage Preservation Awards this month.
|05/03/2013||Penalties Just $5K in Tucson Transportation Dept. Work-Theft Case|
May 03--Two former Transportation Department supervisors who diverted nearly $100,000 of taxpayer money into their private business will have to reimburse the city only $5,000 a piece.
|05/02/2013||Work on I-19 Interchange in Tucson Moved Up to 2015|
May 02--Drivers will have to wait in congested traffic at the Interstate 19 interchange at Ajo Way for only two more years instead of five.
|05/01/2013||Mesa's Main Street Businesses Ready For Light-Rail Construction|
May 01--For months, business owners along Mesa's Main Street in the city's downtown have watched as light-rail construction crews slowly crept toward their area.
|05/01/2013||Sen. Udall Unveils Proposals Targeting N.M. Drought|
May 01--LAS CRUCES -- In a fitting Las Cruces location, U.S. Sen. Tom Udall unveiled a 31-page report on water scarcity in New Mexico and proposals to keep the state afloat during drought.
|04/30/2013||First Privately Funded N.M. Highway Interchange To Break Ground|
April 30--The first highway interchange ever built by a private developer in the Santa Fe area is due to get underway this summer when work begins to extend Jaguar Drive across N.M. 599 southwest of the city.
|04/30/2013||Nine Problems Regulators Have With NV Energy's Coal-Ditching Plan|
April 30--CARSON CITY --Nevadans of every political stripe have cheered NV Energy's plan to eject itself from the coal business.
|04/29/2013||Committee Weighs Bill That Would Remove Nevada Transportation Overseers|
April 29--Constructing the $600 million freeway between Reno and Carson City sticks in the craw of Clark County officials who maintain the highway needs of Southern Nevada are being ignored.