|06/16/2013||More Than 200 Southeastern N.M. Oil And Gas Wells Fail Inspections|
June 16--Nearly 240 oil and gas wells in southeastern New Mexico that state officials approved for electric hookups last year failed to pass recent after-the-fact electrical safety inspections.
|06/17/2013||Opponents Of Proposed U.S./Mexico Pipeline Cite Erosion Concerns|
June 17--THREE POINTS -- Rancher Walter Lane points to a boulder-filled gully, 8 feet deep, jutting north from a dirt road through the Altar Valley.
|06/15/2013||Albuquerque Casino Nearly Finished, Preps For July Opening|
June 15--Compared to the cramped and noisy little grandstand casino it is replacing, the new casino taking shape at the Downs at Albuquerque is the Taj Mahal.
|06/13/2013||Alamogordo Pursuing Desalination Plant|
June 13--The Alamogordo City Commission on Tuesday took the first step toward obtaining $1.1 million in state-distributed federal loan money for designing a desalination plant and related infrastructure.
|06/01/2013||Southwest Groups Working On Offshore Wind Turbine Research|
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED]But siting and funding labs to study the turbines that produce wind energy is an expensive proposition.
|05/27/2013||New Mexico At The Forefront Of The New Space Age|
At dawn one morning last November--just as the edge of Earth comprising Florida spun into the field of light bursting from roughly 93 million miles away--she emerged one last time from the monstrous doors of the Vehicle Assembly Building, twelve stories long but dwarfed.
|06/12/2013||Nevada Gov. Signs Bills To End Coal Power, Begin Arena Renovations|
June 12--CARSON CITY -- NV Energy must start shutting down its coal-fired Reid Gardner power plant, and the state is going to issue tax credits to filmmakers who come to Nevada, under bills signed Tuesday by Gov. Brian Sandoval.
|06/10/2013||Las Cruces High School Renovations Evoke Community Emotions|
June 10--LAS CRUCES -- A certain era is coming to an end on El Paseo Road, though perhaps one marked by dim halls and cracking walls.
|06/08/2013||Kinder Morgan Reconfirms $204 million Tucson-Sasabe Pipeline|
June 08--Kinder Morgan Energy Partners LP's recent decision to shelve plans for a crude oil pipeline from Texas to California has no effect on the company's plans for a natural gas pipeline from Tucson to the Mexican border through the rural Altar Valley, a company spokesman says.
|06/07/2013||Las Cruces Plans $3 Million Downtown Residential Development|
June 07--LAS CRUCES -- Soon you will see the start of work on a new, $2.78 million downtown apartment complex.
|06/07/2013||Bones Found On N.M. Jobsite "More Than Likely Ancient"|
June 07--4:10 P.M. -- The skull discovered during a construction project in the East Mountains belongs to a human, but it is likely ancient, according to the Bernalillo County Sheriff's Office.
|06/07/2013||Yuma Wins Rezoning Case In U.S. Distrcit Court|
June 07--For the second time, the U.S. District Court has ruled in favor of the city of Yuma in a long-standing case that followed a Yuma City Council vote in 2008 to deny a rezoning request to allow for higher density in a planned residential development.
|06/06/2013||Former City Of Tucson Workers Sentenced For Using Equipment On Side Jobs|
June 06--Two former City of Tucson Department of Transportation employees who used city equipment for side jobs were sentenced Thursday to jail and fined.
|06/05/2013||Study: Construction-Related Jobs Dominant In Albuquerque|
June 05--A federal study comparing Albuquerque wages with the rest of the country is either good or bad news depending on what you do.
|02/21/2013||Tucson Electric Power Completes Solar Plant|
28-acre TEP facility to generate enough power for 850 homes
|06/05/2013||Nevada Supreme Court To Rule On Construction Defects Lawsuit|
June 05--Nevada Supreme Court justices will have their say in litigation involving the flawed Harmon Hotel tower, even before the case goes to trial in Clark County District Court.
|06/04/2013||Renewable Energy Projects In Arizona, Nevada Receive U.S. OK|
U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell has announced approval of three major renewable energy projects in Arizona and Nevada set to power 200,000 homes.
|06/04/2013||Nevada Legislature Approves New College Construction Spending|
June 04--More money has been poured into construction for UNLV and the Nevada State College in Clark County by the Legislature that also gave the go-ahead for a study for building a large events center at UNLV.
|06/04/2013||Despite Delays, Work Progresses On Las Vegas Water Project|
June 04--Around 4:30 p.m. on June 11, 2012, a team of a dozen workers toiled 600 feet below the surface of Lake Mead on a project to build a third intake to provide water to the Las Vegas Valley.
|06/04/2013||NV Energy Bill Wins Passage, State Will Shift From Coal|
June 04--Legislators have officially moved Nevada out of the coal business.
|06/03/2013||Arizona Firm Deconstructing Former GM Site In Mesa|
June 03--Recycling in buildings is nothing new to most businesses.
|06/03/2013||Construction Nears End At New Mexico College|
June 03--Central New Mexico Community College is nearing completion of a $13.5 million project that includes new, state-of-the-art culinary equipment and relocation of the school's bookstore.
|06/02/2013||Nevada Legislator Makes Last-Ditch Attempt To Change Energy Bill|
June 02--CARSON CITY --If the state's largest casinos, NV Energy, Nevada's U.S. Sen. Harry Reid, Gov. Brian Sandoval, large labor unions and advocates for the environment were on one side of a legislative issue, and a Republican Assemblyman from Sparks was on the other, which side would prevail?
|05/30/2013||Silver City, N.M., Solar Array On Track To Generate Power In June|
May 30--SILVER CITY -- Work is progressing at Silver City's six-acre Solar Array at the Wastewater Treatment Facility and the project is on track to be operational in June.
|05/29/2013||Sen. Reid Bashes Nevada Utilities Commission For Blocking Energy Bill|
May 29--U.S. Sen. Harry Reid lambasted the Nevada Public Utilities Commission this week, accusing the energy regulators of trying to scuttle a bill before the state Legislature that would require NV Energy to stop using coal to produce electricity.