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March 30, 1981 file photo of President Ronald Reagan speaking to the Building and Construction Trades Department of the AFL-CIO at a Washington hotel.
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Nevada trails the United States in health care insurance across several demographic categories, but the differences are especially large for Nevada's poor.
In the past two fiscal years, the Governor's Office of Economic Development has granted tax abatements totaling $112.74 million to a long list of companies.
In a unanimous vote Thursday, university system regents approved an agreement between UNLV and UNR that could lead to a public medical school in Southern Nevada.
As advances in smartphone technology and revelations about the National Security Administration's surveillance activities have heightened the public's privacy concerns, a Reno Gazette-Journal investigation found that local law enforcement agencies are also using cellphones to track Nevadans.
Home means Nevada. It can mean the sagebrush, vibrant skies, expansive desert and deep and colorful history.
Currently, close to 19 percent of households in the top 10 percent of income have holdings in non-residential property.
Student fees are going up next year for undergraduates at the University of Nevada to help pay for construction of a new $46 million dollar fitness center for students, faculty and staff.
Aspire at the University of Nevada, Reno. If that sounds to you like some sort of advertising pitch to get students to enroll at UNR, you're wrong.
Sandoval is the only Republican governor whose state is both running its own health insurance exchange this year and expanding its Medicaid program under the health law.
World War II began for the United States on Dec. 7, 1941, when Japanese forces bombed the American fleet at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
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Some of the state's brightest minds in economics met Friday to discuss the Silver State's long road to recovery.
Medicare Beneficiaries have some important healthcare decisions to make. Saturday, Dec. 7 is the last day they can enroll in or make changes to their Medicare coverage, including Medicare Advantage.
Bitter cold is gripping northern Nevada, with snow and bone-chilling overnight temperatures forecast into the weekend.
Manhole work over the weekend will cause closures and traffic restrictions on Jones Boulevard, according to a Nevada Department of Transportation advisory.