Former Justice Sandra Day O’Connor Passes Away 

She made history as the first woman on the Supreme Court.  Former Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court, Sandra Day O’Connor, passed away Friday at age…

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President Announces Funding for McCain Library 

It will be a multipurpose facility in Arizona.  President Joe Biden was in Phoenix to announce federal funding for an Arizona State University library in honor of the…

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DoD to Begin Training Ukrainian F-16 Pilots

Training is set to take place in October after pilots learn the needed English for operations. Pentagon Press Secretary Brigadier General Pat Ryder announced that the Department of…

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DOI Responds to Hualapai Tribe’s Water Rights Settlement

Administration brokers deal between Tribal, state, and federal governments. Officials from the Department of the Interior (DOI) joined members of the Hualapai Tribe to celebrate the approval of…

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California Experiences “Hurriquake”

Monday morning earthquake adds to the devastation of now Tropical Storm Hilary.  California has experienced tremendous flooding from what is now Tropical Storm Hilary. On top of that,…

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Labor Department Holds Outreach Events for Nuclear Workers

Nuclear workers and families in Four Corners Region may be eligible for illness compensation. The U.S. Department of Labor announced that the Division of Energy Employees Occupational Illness…

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SCOTUS Rules Against Navajos in Water Rights Case

The lawsuit was over allocations of Colorado River water.  The Supreme Court has dismissed the lawsuit filed by the Navajo Nation against the U.S. government, Arizona, Utah, and…

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DOT Announces Funding for Highway Technology Improvement

Eight states were selected based on a history of underfunding. The Department of Transportation (DOT) announced the recipients of $52 million in grant funding from the Advanced Transportation…

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States Reach Deal on Colorado River Water 

Interior Department will conduct an environmental review before federal authorization is given. An agreement to draw less water from the Colorado River was reached over the weekend between…

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Supreme Court Hears Arguments on Tribal Water Rights 

The Colorado River is at a historic low.  In a 1969 treaty, the federal government guaranteed the Navajo Nation it would meet its agricultural needs, including water. In…

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