Nevada has reached a $193 million settlement with Teva Pharmaceuticals in an opioid-related lawsuit, the attorney general’s office announced.
Nevada senators didn’t hold a vote Thursday on public financing that would bring the Oakland A’s to a new stadium at the Tropicana resort site.
Nevada is the first state in the nation to give a local water agency the power to limit individual home water use.
State senators peppered supporters of the Oakland A’s stadium project with questions during a hearing in a special session. A vote could come Thursday.
Plans to build over 470 miles of transmission lines and a 2500+ acre solar farm in Clark County both took another step forward in BLM’s approval process.
Assembly Bill 524, a bill that directs utilities to build more in-state power generation, passed with overwhelming support on the last day of the legislative session.
A May 20 crash in Nye County claimed the lives of three people, including a 10-year-old girl.
State officials have filed a motion to take over the operations of a Nevada medical insurer, citing months of “inconsistent financial filings.”
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A girl also died in the crash, which occurred May 20 in Nye County.
Southwest Gas blamed the latest quarterly increase on the 12-month average cost of natural gas.
A reader asked how long it takes for a dead person to be removed from the voter rolls.
NV Energy maintains it needs more direction from the state Legislature on how it should reduce its reliance on the expensive energy open market.
The A’s are seeking up to $380 million in public money to go toward the construction of a $1.5 billion, 30,000-seat ballpark on the Tropicana site.
Lawmakers did away with the caucus in 2021 and instituted a presidential primary process for major political parties, unless there is only one candidate in the race.