Brakes put on exemption for downtown trolley plan

The Nevada Transportation Authority, at least temporarily, put the brakes on a proposed trolley plan by tabling action on Tuesday for the Downtown Project’s Shift request for an exemption from transportation regulations for the operation of free shuttle services.

How to hide, secure data on phones

Beyond setting up passcodes, some phones have additional tools for hiding or securing sensitive photos and documents stored on the phone, particularly if you need to lend or show your phone to someone. Here’s a closer look at some of those options.

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Nevada treasurer plants college seed money in kindergarten

Every kindergartner in Nevada public schools now has a college savings account with a $50 balance. The Nevada state treasurer’s office opened these 35,000 accounts and made the $1.8 million in deposits using no taxpayer money, repeating what it did last year for that kindergarten class of about the same size.