Kari Lake says she's "still in this fight," not making clear whether she's referring to her race against Democrat Katie Hobbs for governor or whether she plans to take legal action regarding the election.
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Approximately 63 percent of Utah's public lands is managed by the federal government, according to the latest drafting of the state's resource management plan. But could the oversight for Utah's public lands, along with the revenue they generate, ever be handed over to the state?
Utah lawmakers are moving forward with legislation to give the state a new flag.
A Montana district court this week issued a temporary restraining order in a case challenging new wolf hunting and trapping regulations.
When the Kansas City Royals publicly addressed their desire to have a new $2 billion ballpark complex built with a stadium district surrounding it, team CEO John Sherman's note included numbers on the potential impact on the local economy.
Colorado's unemployment rate in October increased to 3.6 percent, according to labor data released Friday.
A three-judge appeals court panel reversed a lower court decision in the lawsuit filed by the National Horsemen's Benevolent and Protective Association and others in March 2021.
A vacancy committee in House District 51, the seat of late House Minority Leader Hugh McKean, has elected Amy Parks and Ron Weinberg to fill the vacant seat.
Adam Frisch, the Aspen Democrat vying to represent Colorado's 3rd Congressional District, Friday conceded the race to incumbent Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert.
The outdoor recreation economy in Colorado accounted for $11.6 billion last year, according to recently-released federal data.