Thousands of Nevadans who have been out of work, some longer than a year, have reason to feel unsettled going into the holidays as federal funding for long-term jobless benefits are scheduled to expire a few days after Christmas.
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On Sept. 23, two Clark County Department of Family Services employees traveled down a gravel road in Sandy Valley and parked along a fence near a travel trailer on a two-acre dirt lot.
The House last week approved legislation to discourage so-called “patent trolls” from filing frivolous lawsuits designed to prey on business innovators.
Government will become a bit richer next year in Nevada because the governor signed a sales tax collection agreement with Amazon.com.
Nevadans advocating for a takeover of some of the 84 percent of the state land now controlled by the federal government to help with job creation and economic development heard conflicting legal views on the controversial topic Friday.
Don Reid, the brother of U.S. Sen. Harry Reid of Nevada, passed away on Thursday, the senator’s office confirmed. He was 85.
Former Nevada Assemblywoman Vivian Freeman of Reno, who championed the causes of women and children, conservation and education, has died at the age of 86.
As Nevada vies to become one of six federal sites selected to test the future commercial use of drones, Gov. Brian Sandoval on Thursday took a close-up look at the technology for himself.
U.S. Rep. Dina Titus of Nevada and more than two dozen other House Democrats on Thursday urged President Barack Obama to use his executive powers to achieve what he did for the so-called DREAMers — halt deportations of undocumented immigrants.
A decision by U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada to exempt some of his top aides from having to buy health insurance through the Affordable Care Act has triggered another flurry over Obamacare.