The agency is in the midst of a major overhaul, part of an internal review that will see it adopt more than a dozen new policies and procedures or face wholesale absorption by their counterparts at the city of Las Vegas.
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Nevada officials are developing a new regulation they hope will ultimately reduce the need to send children out of state for residential psychiatric services.
The Silver State Health Insurance Exchange recommended that the state retain Deloitte Consulting to help Xerox patch technical issues with the Nevada Health Link website, which is struggling with low enrollment as the Affordable Care Act’s March 31 deadline to sign up looms.
Gov. Brian Sandoval’s chief of staff told Nevada agency administrators Thursday that the budget that will be developed for the next two-year spending cycle will depart from past practice and instead focus on major policy initiatives.
EP Renewable Inc., backer of a controversial waste-burning gasification power plant proposed in North Las Vegas, has withdrawn its application for a special use permit needed to build the facility off Losee and Lone Mountain Roads.
The Clark County Commission Wednesday unanimously voted to allow a potbellied pig rescue operator to keep as many as eight porkers for purposes of adoption.
U.S. Sen. Harry Reid of Nevada began setting the stage this week on another bid to extend federal unemployment benefits that have expired for 2 million workers since late December.
Republican Gov. Brian Sandoval on Tuesday said Nevada voters shouldn’t be fooled by the name of a proposed “Education Initiative,” saying proponents are trying to sell a new tax that would deliver “the fatal blow” to many Nevada businesses and halt the state’s economic recovery.
The Environmental Protection Agency is trying to revive a Las Vegas construction project that got waylaid in the aftermath of the General Services Administration’s infamous 2010 regional conference at the M Resort in Henderson, officials said Tuesday.
A Nevada legislative subcommittee recommended Tuesday that the Legislature next year abolish four inactive state boards and commissions, including the Advisory Committee Concerning Sickle Cell Anemia.