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.
Two Christian missionaries from Henderson moved to the Philippines in 2007 with the intention of making that country their permanent home. No agency sent them, they just went on their own and settled in Bohol Island.
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.
Twenty-two died in 2011. Forty in 2012.
The future of a massive Interstate 15 widening in Las Vegas is up in the air because of questions from some state lawmakers about the $1.3 billion Project Neon.
Three people suspected in a carjacking Monday morning were arrested after a police chase in which one of the suspects fired at officers.
A passenger who fell asleep while flying to Los Angeles says he awoke to discover himself alone and locked inside a dark, empty United Express plane in Houston.
A search is on in the mountains of rural northwestern Nevada for a couple and four children who went to play in the snow Sunday and haven’t returned after a night of sub-zero temperatures.