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Shutdown Cut Lake Lake Mead VisitsVisitation was down sharply at the Lake Mead Recreation Area during the government shutdown late last year.
University Feels Pinch From Government ShutdownThe University of New Mexico is feeling the pinch from the federal government shutdown.
Live And Local With Kevin Wall 10/14/13: Shutdown Day 14; Glenn CookKevin takes calls on topics such as the government shutdown, SNAP cards, and more.
Grand Canyon Ongoing Opening Depends On State Cash Arizona will have to send more cash to the federal government by late Wednesday if Congress still hasn't passed a budget and the state wants the Grand Canyon National Park to remain open this coming weekend.
Analysis: Barack Obama And Harry ReidPair with differing styles working toward same goal
Grand Canyon Reopens With Arizona State FundsArizona reached a deal Friday with the Interior Department to pay for Grand Canyon National Park to completely reopen using state and local funds during the federal government shutdown.
Utah Governor: Government Shutdown Has Cost State $100 MillionHerbert estimated the economic impact of the federal government shutdown on Utah at $100 million.
Utah Sends Money To Reopen National ParksUtah Gov. Gary Herbert wired money from state taxpayers that will reopen the state's national parks 12 days after they were closed because of the government shutdown.
Live And Local With Kevin Wall 10/09/13: Joe Heck, Wayne Allyn RootCongressmen Joe Heck talks about the government shutdown. Heck says he expects resolution soon.
Sandoval Warns Of Fallout From Federal ShutdownNevada Gov. Brian Sandoval is warning state residents they may lose some federally funded benefits if the government shutdown continues.
Grand Canyon Cites People For Entering Closed Park Nearly two dozen people have been issued citations for entering Grand Canyon National Park after a partial government shutdown forced its closure.
Food Bank To Help Furloughed Grand Canyon WorkersAn Arizona food bank is taking more than 600 food boxes to Grand Canyon National Park on Tuesday for government and concession workers who have been furloughed from their jobs by the partial government shutdown.
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