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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Assemblywoman Lucy Flores’ hard-knock life might end up helping her political career, according to a new Democratic poll.
As Nevada prepares to offer driver authorization cards to undocumented residents beginning Jan. 2, the big question for the Department of Motor Vehicles is how many people will show up to take advantage of the new program.
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.
Transportation officials at Lake Tahoe are hoping that by the summer of 2016 they’ll have a pair of 120-passenger ferries shuttling tourists and locals alike between the south shore and the north shore in less than a half hour.
Nevada judge charged in bicyclist’s death
Student fees are going up next year for undergraduates at the University of Nevada, Reno to help pay for construction of a new $46 million fitness center for students, faculty and staff.
Gov. Brian Sandoval joined Chuck Harton of the Navy League Reno Council to place a wreath on the USS Nevada memorial Friday in Carson City in honor of today’s 72nd anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor that brought the U.S. into World War II.
A kindergarten teacher at Havasupai Elementary School texted an undercover narcotics officer Friday before leaving the school on a break to sell him drugs, according to police in Lake Havasu City, Ariz.