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The top of Kingsbury Grade. The Nevada Department of Transportation plans to repave the highway from the summit down to the intersection of Highway 50 starting this summer.
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4 hrs ago | Las Vegas Review Journal
The state Transportation Board delayed action Monday on a research project that would cost the agency $1 million over four years because of concerns about the availability of federal road funds beginning later this year.
8 hrs ago | KLAS-TV Las Vegas
A federal appeals court will hear oral arguments early next month on the challenge to Nevada's gay marriage ban.
Ways that alfalfa and grass-hay producers can conserve irrigation water under drought conditions will be discussed at University of Nevada Cooperative Extension workshops across the state.
Over decades, some Nevada politicians, education leaders and consultants have argued that Nevada's four community colleges shouldn't report to the state's Board of Regents, which oversees UNLV and UNR, but rather be allowed to operate independently, perhaps with each individual college governed within its own community.
Nevada may be a long way from Kansas, but when it comes to state funding for schools, it may be closer than you think.
Kelly Nichols OD, MPH, PhD Dr. Nichols is FERV Professor at the University of Houston College of Optometry and director of The Ocular Surface Institute clinical research center.
The Nevada Arts Council is launching a series of arts town meetings to examine the efforts, wants and needs of towns across the state as it builds a three-year plan to support art in Nevada.
Sabrina Brown, Claudette Ward and Tamika Centers are charged along with Chante Taylor of Reno with conspiracy to file false claims against the federal government.
The drive to southern California will soon include a new stop, once a massive highway project, called the Joint Port of Entry -- just over the Nevada border -- is complete.
John McKenna is seeking a second term on Carson City's Board of Supervisors to complete tasks slowed by economic malaise, he said after filing to retain the seat from Ward 3. "The depth of the economic problems and slow recovery have not allowed for the permanent changes to city management that are needed," McKenna said at midweek.
Nevada's higher education leaders are reconsidering the accreditation process for a proposed new UNLV medical school amid concerns about losing donor support from Southern Nevadans.
The Nevada Commission on Tourism has new programs for attracting international visitors to the Silver State.
Gov. Brian Sandoval filed for re-election Friday, pushing back on speculation he might run for the U.S. Senate in 2016 by saying he intends on serving all four years as governor if re-elected.
In an effort to put more Nevadans back to work, Nevada JobConnect is hosting a special campaign in Carson City, Douglas County, and Lyon County to get more employers to list their job openings with the state's One-Stop Employment Centers.
Rear-ended at a stop light in Las Vegas? Don't waste your time calling the cops.