Oklahoma homeowners are not likely to see their properties devalue anytime soon, even as prices drop in the rest of the country.
Utah Governor Spencer Cox is starting the year with a high approval rating.
About half of the people in Colorado live in federally designated mental-health professional shortage areas, and new report recommended steps Congress and other decision-makers can take to help states close gaps within the behavioral health workforce.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics' released its latest Producer Price Index data Wednesday which showed prices dropped 0.5 percent in December after rising 0.4 percent in October and 0.2 percent in November.
The proposed merger between the Idaho-based grocery chain Albertsons and Kroger has antitrust laws in the spotlight, as the supermarket companies are already the two largest in the country.
A growing number of public schools and colleges in the U.S. are moving to ban TikTok - the popular Chinese-owned social media app that allows users to share short videos.
Gas stoves are a leading source of hazardous indoor air pollution, but they emit only a tiny share of the greenhouse gases that warm the climate. Why, then, have they assumed such a heated role in climate politics?
South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem Tuesday announced legislation that, if enacted, would repeal the state's sales tax on grocery items.
A bill has been filed in the Texas legislature that would ban citizens, governments and entities of China, Iran, North Korea and Russia from purchasing land in Texas.
Nevada is still waiting for official designation of a new national monument. In late November, President Joe Biden said he is "committed" to protecting Avi Kwa Ame, known by some as Spirit Mountain, an area spanning about 450,000 acres near Laughlin.