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A bill creating a state-managed fund to distribute donations and grants to victims of human trafficking has cleared the Nevada Assembly.
2 hrs ago | Nevada Business Journal
The Board of the Governor's Office of Economic Development last Thursday approved tax abatements for nine companies, creating nearly 330 jobs initially and increasing capital investment in Nevada by an additional $200 million.
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Jim Grant / Nevada Appeal Western Nevada College graduate Gary Christy admires his Associate of Applied Science degree for computer networking technology.
West Valley police have called a 3 p.m. news conference they say will involve "detailed updates" pertaining to the 3 ½-year-old case.
The Nevada delegation had hoped that the Lyon County Economic Development Act, their first priority public lands bill by mutual agreement, would be moving through the House at a little bit faster clip than this.
I have been wrong for decades. I have been one of those Nevadans who believed that the Legislature should meet no more than every two years and for no more than a specific amount of time.
Earlier this year, I wrote about Dr. Sean Steele , an internist who was accused of a brutal sexual assault after a night of drinking in Las Vegas.
We're headed into a wild weekend in Northern Nevada. This weekend the Fallon area will turn its eyes to the skies and to the marshlandswith the annual Spring Wings Bird Festival.
Data released Thursday by the Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation shows the jobless rate is down two percentage points year-over-year. It's also down slightly from 9.7% in March.
As the Legislature rushes to close its business in the final two weeks of its session, lawmakers and Gov.
Ruth Wherry sat at her daughter's dining table on Wednesday wearing brightly colored scrubs, a stethoscope slung over her shoulders.
Nevada Senate Minority Leader Michael Roberson, R-Las Vegas, left, talks with Sen.
Bills requesting more than $88 million in supplemental and one-shot appropriations -- some of them not included in the governor's proposed budget -- are being introduced in the Nevada Legislature this week.
Nevada's unemployment dropped to 9.6 percent in April. That's down nearly 2 percentage points over the year.
The numbers sum up the frenzy that has taken over the Golden State since it became the newest in the nation to join the madness over Powerball, which saw its jackpot soar Thursday to $550 million.