North Las Vegas city leaders spent a lot of money researching a recently rejected citywide mortgage refinance proposal. Now they want it back.
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Unemployment benefits for 1.3 million Americans who have been out of work for more than six months will be allowed to expire on Dec. 28 under a year-end budget deal reached in Congress, leaders acknowledged Wednesday.
A case of contagious tuberculosis at the state’s second-largest school drew much attention as blood tests were given to 325 Coronado High School students and staff, but don’t hold your breath waiting for the results.
The rift within the casino industry over Internet gambling was on full display Tuesday when U.S. House lawmakers explored whether there was any appetite for federal government action on Web-based gaming.
At least 6.98 percent of construction funds spent by the Department of Transportation in the 2014-16 period should go to minority and women-owned businesses, a state board decided Monday.
A state Transportation Department request for authority to use $100 million in bond proceeds to buy right-of-way for the Interstate 15 widening project called Project Neon won approval Monday from lawmakers.
A panel of lawmakers on Monday approved a $1.46 million funding request to ramp up a drone program should the Federal Aviation Administration select Nevada as one of six testing sites.
America’s economic survival depends on training more middle-class workers in manufacturing, building and other trades, Labor Secretary Thomas Perez told a union group meeting Monday in Las Vegas.
Spawned by growth in real estate sales and live entertainment shows on the Strip, the state economy has so far this year produced about $47 million more in taxes than predicted by the Economic Forum.
Nevada’s job growth in 2013 will exceed the national growth rate for the first time since 2006, a state economist said Friday.