The first participants in Nevada’s only gambling treatment specialty court program graduated on Tuesday.
The business organization called Tuesday for the Board of Regents chair and vice chair to step aside while an independent investigation is being conducted.
Separate lawsuits filed in Clark County District Court and U.S. District Court argue that the edict should be thrown out, with one seeking $200 million in restitution.
The measure, approved by a House committee on Tuesday, also would require the TSA to come up with better ways to communicate with those with vision or hearing impairment.
The Clark County School District would pay the incentive to new and current transportation workers if an agreement is approved during Thursday’s School Board meeting.
Clark County on Tuesday recorded 298 new coronavirus cases and 19 deaths as three of its four key metrics showed day-over-day declines.
Private shower stalls are about to pop up across the Las Vegas Valley for homeless individuals wanting time to relax and refresh themselves.
The city of Las Vegas’ first pawnbroker license auction lasted 3 minutes and 34 seconds and ended with a $1.9 million winning bid.
Both metrics were up over the preceding three days, while deaths and the test positivity rate in the county added to recent improvements, local and state data show.
Nevada business leaders spoke out against a proposed increase in the state’s unemployment insurance tax during a virtual meeting Friday morning hosted by two state agencies.
The new grant program announced Monday will help families with disabled children recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, Gov. Steve Sisolak said.
The speaker series of the For God and Country Patriot Double Down convention kicked off in Las Vegas with misinformation about voter fraud and vaccines.
Negotiations were expected to continue into the weekend, all sides indicating just a few issues remained unsettled in the sweeping package of social services and climate change strategies.
There have been more than 500 vaccine breakthrough infections of COVID-19 in fully vaccinated casino workers in Clark County, a number similar to that of health care workers.